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Error Handler Hierarchy Vb IDE

Posted on 2003-11-03
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can someone tell me where the Error Handler Hierarchy can be view in the VB6 IDE, this is a view of what error will be used etc.. i know it is there, just forgot where it is !!
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Tools/Options/General Tab
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No...  its something, i think, is viewed at runtime, its like a treeview, you can see the error handlers procname name etc...
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You can see the list of procs that have been called at a particular moment using the call stack. You can get at this from the view menu (but only when the app is in break mode)

It's not really a tree view though.
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Are you talking about the 'Call Stack' from the View menu (Or Ctrl+L)?
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