How is this possible?

Posted on 2010-11-10
Last Modified: 2013-11-12
I am trying to get a list of appointments in Groupwise using the interop.Groupware DLL.  Here is a screenshot of what is happening.  How can I have an unhandled exception in a TRY block?

 Try block error
Question by:marketware
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valkyrie_nc earned 500 total points
ID: 34104074
You're only catching SystemException, and that's a TargetException.

// code here
catch (SystemException sysex)
// handle exception
catch (TargetException targex)
// handle exception
catch (Exception ex)
// should catch most of the rest



Author Comment

ID: 34104892
Based on the code above, any idea why I'm getting a TargetException?

Expert Comment

ID: 34105112
To be honest, I have no idea.  My google-fu is apparently weak when it comes to Novell Groupware 'cause I couldn't find anything on their site or on the 'tubes in general.  My guess, however, would be that the filter variable is of the wrong type.

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