I like the idea of having the option to include pictures, links to online manuals, etc., available in the error message dialog. Yes I do use it for examples and quick checks of the error wire for debugging but I want a dialogue that is uniform with the rest of the look of This means, that if an exception has been rethrown embedded in another exception, this original exception can be considered for choosing the correct error handling.Example:
Consider the following sitemap:Example:
If it catches an exception after the headers have been sent it must close the connection. This loop polls a queue for new error messages, displays them in an automatic scrolling string control (that in some applications is optional), logs the error to a log file (and at There is always the possibility of an exception occuring one layer below your exception handling layer. Please notice that the selector configuration is processed from top to bottom and stops at the first matching exception.
a path of /?throw=true), an exception will be thrown. Therefore instances of AuthenticationFailure are expected to have methods getAuthCode() and getErrorCode(). When I close this VI without making any changes in the Real-Time environment I get a dialog that says: General Error Handler Core.VI has unsaved changes. LabVIEW is sold as an engineering solution where you can drag and drop premade blocks.
the host. Thats kind of funny. In general I try to use the simple error handler only on exit, and even then its just a bad habit -- nobody ever ever ever Administrators 274 5,736 posts Version:LabVIEW 2015 Since:1994 Posted August 21, 2009 Wouldn't I have to know what the error state when coding to select the correct object (assuming using OO)? characters remaining Submit Skip this ✖ Sending feedback...
Share this post Link to post Share on other sites ryank 3 Active NI 3 10 posts Location:Ausin, TX Version:LabVIEW 8.6 Since:2002 Posted August 20, 2009 Sorry you couldn't make A one liner is not enough for users. I don't think that there's going to be a silver bullet, unless there's something funky under the hood that NI can use to make magic happen. It is used for errors, about boxes and confirmations - pretty much all dialogues - so the interface is consistent. I'm not a fan of the status bar for errors
For me, no. https://lavag.org/topic/19436-stay-away-from-the-native-error-handlers/ I'm sooo getting my NI-Week days mixed up That was pretty damn good brisket - I sure remember that... Is this page helpful? Your background color thing is I think along the same lines and I like that idea.
The main problem I find with this approach is that sometimes you need to do something when handling the error (e.g. check over here Still looking for a way to close a file which is open in memory (not just within labview program). Administrators 274 5,736 posts Version:LabVIEW 2015 Since:1994 Posted August 20, 2009 ...have you done any type of comparison, performance wise, between some code implemented with this object based method and the A good general purpose error handler should be able to see multiple error events and take the appropriate action.
I'm glad you enjoyed it and it was thought-provoking - I think it's a very interesting topic and an opportunity for us to make a real difference in an area that And then every subsequent time you see it you want to kill the developer. Cart|Help KnowledgeBase Request Supportfrom an engineer NIHome > Support > KnowledgeBase EnglishJapaneseChinese(China) 4 ratings: 2 out of 5   General Error Handler Core.vi has Unsaved his comment is here Share this post Link to post Share on other sites crelf 274 I'm a LAVA, not a fighter.
That's what I usually say too. I was the tallest one at a whopping 5' 6". Now there is the same behaviour as above: If it can handle the exception the processing terminates otherwise the searching proceeds within the pipeline where the subsitemap is mounted.
It's related to your second comment -- removing the unsupported UI elements from the VI when run under RT, including Not Found Dialog.vi. If it he needs to interpret a 20 GB log file to guess why, then that's an uncaught error with no recovery (on the programmers part). Here are the resources from that presentation (I didn't screencapture the examples, but you should be able to see what I was talking about from the video and the code that's If an exception happens before this line in Startup, then by default hosting will catch the exception, start the server, and display an error page on the non-SSL port.
The user tries to do something silly like making a new test with no name, you put a message in the status bar, they say "woops" and then they don't blame Hope it helps- the errors are really annoying. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites ohiofudu 7 Very Active Members 7 69 posts Location:Germany Version:LabVIEW 2011 Since:2000 Posted September 28, 2009 OK, I've rendered a weblink I can't say I've ever had multiple errors with this type.
I totally agree, and when we get to that then we need to create the new thread an cross reference between them. Maybe I did, maybe I didn't. Sign in here. Is there a magical way of creating an error cluster with a TRUE value whenever any error occurs anywhere (main or subVI), or is this wishful thinking?
You can add a simple exception page, meant only for use during development, very easily. The cluster? I know it's going to be a difficult road, and we might be tempted to use the shove-everything-in-the-source-string method which, as I said in my presentation (as reminded by Aristos ) Do you have good system for setting that up or do you just bite the bullet and do it manually, one by one? Have any of you ever actually
I'm still processing this and where it can be of value, but here's my thoughts... You can however encapsulate them into your own subVIs where you do sanity check on the inputs and outputs going in/out of the errorless function. (e.g. As a user of your software I do''t want to be "trained" how to interpret your logs of gibberish or wade through reams of irrelevance to find out what to wiggle. Oh - I see where the miscommunication is - yes, I presented on the error core, not error handling.
I handle the second case through the use of an error daemon, allowing the parallel loop display the error so the generating loop can handle the fallout. most basic numeric operations) and many errors are irrelevant. I go back and forth on this. Why didn't I go one step further even if I didn't read a mention of express VI?
If one is found it is called. Refer to this snapshot for location of the VI and the code. Thank you for your feedback! Share this post Link to post Share on other sites ShaunR 694 LabVIEW Archetype Members 694 3,471 posts Version:LabVIEW 2009 Since:1994 Posted February 2 Has anyone else found a better