Try/Catch Block and Event Viewer

If i'm using a try/catch block in a stored procedure and an exception is throw will the exception be logged in the event viewer or do I explicitly need to insert a record into the event viewer?
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You need to insert your exception to anywhere. It wont insert to event viewer.

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davidcahanAuthor Commented:
davidcahanAuthor Commented:
actually...let me make sure I fully understand.  I know this might be the wrong forum, but are you saying that the only reason I see DB exceptions in the event viewer to begin with is because .NET puts them there when an exception is raised.  And conversely, that SQL Server in and of itself has nothing to do with the fact that I see the exception in the event viewer?
davidcahanAuthor Commented:
so how do i insert the event into the event viewer from SQL Server.  I assume this is possible?
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