I'm parsing an XML API ... and all works great ... except on the rare occasion a specific 'branch' (for lack of correct XML terminology) fails to exist ... in which case I get this error:
Element NEWSNEWSCOLLECTIONS.NEWSNEWSCOLLECTION.NEWSNEWSARTICLES.NEWSNEWSARTICLE is undefined in a Java object of type class coldfusion.xml.XmlNodeMap referenced as ''
I'd like to TEST if element this element exists:
AND if 'collections' is TRUE ... then I can get its arraylen and do fun stuff ... else move on.
Sometimes databases have MILLIONS of records and we need a way to quickly query that table to return the results me need. Sure you could use CFQUERY but it takes too long when there are millions of records. That is why SOLR was invented.
There is an easy way, in .NET, to centralize the treatment of all unexpected errors.
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