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how to handle errors

Adam McCrossan

Joined: May 17, 2012
Posts: 1

I'm a little new to sockets but have been using the java merapi bridge as a means of talking to my AIR application. Basically all the merapi bridge is a bunch of classes packaged in jar file and these classes work fine until I receive a rare socket error every once in a while. The problem is I have not been able to catch any of the socket errors and have no means of hadling them. Basically what I would like to do is if I get any sort of socket error, or as matter of fact any error at all, I want to perform a machine reboot. Can anyone please help me out with this one it's driving me crazy as these errors are so intermittent but extremely costly to my end user.

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