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catching interbase exception

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How can i catch an exception raised by an interbase stored proc?
I use TSDSToredProc or TStoredProc.
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the exception should be forwarded automatically to the frontend
(delphi-app in this case i guess -> there you can easily use try/except)

meikl ;-)
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