Throwing Exceptions in PHP

in a framework like Symfony, should we throw exceptions from managers / models or Controllers?

Right now I am throwing it from both, just wanted to know what's the practice is?
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Ray PaseurCommented:
My sense is "Throw an Exception When an Exceptional Condition Occurs."  

In the Model, a database failure would be appropriate, or a "model-not-found" condition.  I doubt there would ever be a need for an exception in a View, but I can envision an exception in a Controller.

Exceptions and Catch blocks can get complicated.  It's probably best to not have too many of them in too many different places.

Does that help?

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nandananushil1Author Commented:
That helps Thanks :)
Ray PaseurCommented:
Great!  Thanks for the points and thanks for using E-E, ~Ray
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