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Hi Guys,

Pretty simple question, possibly more complicated answer.

Is there a way to find out exactly which of my functions caused the unhandeled exception? I know you see the exception stack but that goes down to the system libraries and functions. I need something that I can display on the screen so the guys in the other office can just send that function name to me.

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Doesn't the stack trace give you what you need? That will tell you which function A throws the exception, which function B calls function A, which function C calls function B, and so on. You can find the function at the bottom of the chain of function calling
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As I said in my original post I don't want to just look at the stack trace ... people in the field wan't know what to do with it ... I need to narrow it down for them.

tetorvik, that did the trick, thanks.
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