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Posted on 2007-11-21
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I need help with how to continue with my code even after I face an exception.
The NotifyUser() method gets all the accounts for which email has to be sent. For each of the account it calls the Send Mail() method, passing the parameters. In the SendMail method.If one of the emails cannot be sent then it should keep a log of that record and then continue with sending the rest of the emails ..it should go back to the next record in the NotifyUser method.

I need help with how to continue with my code even after I face an exception.
The NotifyUser() method calls the Send Mail() method.
private void NotifyUsers(parameters){
try
 {
  Gets a data set of accounts for which emails have to be sent.
  for(each of the accounts )
 {
Recovers the fields from the dataset and puts them in local variables like say account number, email   address, email   message, maturity date.
Calls the method Send Mail(with parameters mentioned above )
}
 }
catch
 {
  }
}
private void SendMail(parameters){
try
 {
 Calls stored procedure uspInsertmail to send  email .
 }
Catch(e  Exception)
 {
   If any exception occurs 
   do some processing -  keep an account of the record in a separate table
  And then I need to go back to the next account in NotifyUser()  and try to send an  email. How do I go   back to the next record in NotifyUser() and continue with the code? This is my question.
 
  }
}

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Question by:saswati_m
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by:SQL_SERVER_DBA
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MsgBox("Exception: " + Err.Description)

put it in the catch
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by:Ashish Patel
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Remove try catch from the Notify stuff. like this.
private void NotifyUsers(parameters){
 
  Gets a data set of accounts for which emails have to be sent.
  for(each of the accounts )
 {
Recovers the fields from the dataset and puts them in local variables like say account number, email   address, email   message, maturity date.
Calls the method Send Mail(with parameters mentioned above )
 }
}
 
private void SendMail(parameters){
try
 {
 Calls stored procedure uspInsertmail to send  email .
 }
Catch(e  Exception)
 {
   If any exception occurs 
   do some processing -  keep an account of the record in a separate table
  And then I need to go back to the next account in NotifyUser()  and try to send an  email. How do I go   back to the next record in NotifyUser() and continue with the code? This is my question.
 
  }
}

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samtran0331 earned 250 total points
ID: 20329323
When you actually call your sendmail, wrap it in another try/catch...
private void NotifyUsers(parameters){
try
 {
  Gets a data set of accounts for which emails have to be sent.
  for(each of the accounts )
 {
Recovers the fields from the dataset and puts them in local variables like say account number, email   address, email   message, maturity date.
 
//try sending the mail:
    try { 
        SendMail(); 
    } 
    catch (Exception ex) { 
    //Ignore exception
    } 
 
 
}
 }
catch
 {
  }
}

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by:saswati_m
ID: 20330699
I already haev a try catch block in Send Mail
What code do i need to write in the catch block of SendMail so that it ignores the exception and continues execution..otherwise if I do not write anything then it will stop execution and the application terminates.
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by:saswati_m
ID: 31410414
yes you are right .. i should have another try catch block
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