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Hello everyone,

I have a C# application that makes use of a MySql Database by means of MySQLDirect.NET.  Is there any way to decipher between the different MySqlExceptions.  Such as lost connection, insufficient rights, etc.  I would like to handle the exceptions specifically, but I need to know to tell the difference between the different MySQLExceptions.  Any Suggestions??????????????

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Kendal
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ifits like the other sqlexceptions there will be a Errors property that holds more specific info  ...
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I know that there is error codes.  But is there a list somewhere that tells me which error codes mean what coming from a MySQL Exception????????

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This might be a more useful resource going forward...
http://www.mysqlfreaks.com/mysql/manual_Error-handling.html
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they are the native error code from mysql

those two documents should have em.
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I have run into a problem.  Some of the error codes I am receiving when I step through debugger is not on the list.  Such as if I try to execute a command after a connection is lost, I get an error 2013 = Lost Connection.  Any idea where that code is coming from?????

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Kendal
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A quick search of Google seems to indicate that is an issue with an older version of mySQL...

http://www.google.com/search?q=MYsql+2013&hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&start=10&sa=N
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