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Exception Handling in the .NET SDK

Exception Handling in the .NET SDK

The C#.NET SDK is a layer of classes which wrap around the core set of J#.NET SDK core classes.

When developing custom SDK applications using C#.NET, one must include the assemblies StarTeam.dll (the C# layer) and StarTeam.Core.dll (the J# layer)

All C# SDK exceptions derive from System.Exception. At a minimum, handling an SDK Exception requires catching System.Exception, and reporting the details via Exception.ToString()

as an example...

StarTeam.Server s = null;
     s = new StarTeam.Server("localhost", 49201);
     s.LogOn("Administrator", "Administrator");
     StarTeam.Project p = s.FindProject("Project");
     StarTeam.View vP = p.DefaultView;
     StarTeam.View vC = p.FindView("child");
     StarTeam.ViewCompareMerge.Session n = new

      StarTeam.ViewCompareMerge.Session(StarTeam.ViewCompareMerge.MergeType.REBASE, vP, vC);

catch (System.Exception ex)

finally {



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