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Multi-tier exception handling frameworks

Darryl A. J. Staflund
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Joined: Oct 06, 2002
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Hi there,
My biggest weakness in J2EE development is error handling -- mostly due to the fact that my main tools of the trade until recently have been Pascal (80's), COBOL and Perl (90's), and ColdFusion (00's). None, with the exception of ColdFusion, have strong native exception handling mechanisms.
I am wondering if anyone knows of some exception handling frameworks that I could use in my applications -- particularly if it is compatible with Struts. I did find one such J2EE exception handling framework called MulTEx - the Multi-Tier Exception Handling Framework -- but have yet to read up on it.
Cheers,
Darryl
 
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