handling excpetion errors in web applications

Posted on 2006-04-03
Last Modified: 2010-04-03
I got this problem: sometimes when I run my web application an error window appears saying for example: "Error opening URL "" ". When it happens, my application needs to be closed down and restarted again, which is very annoying. Is there any types of exception/error handling? I have in the application code a function named onGoogleSearch which handles the loading process, so I guess the error handling code should be inserted in here...
thanks in advance for the help
Question by:kugo
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    Accepted Solution

    are u writing your application in as2.0?
    you can use try/catches /finally.

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    Expert Comment

    Use default exception handlings in Flash.

    BR Dushan

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