can we write exception handlers (object,tsl,pop-up)
programatically then how should we insert this in the
script?




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can we write exception handlers (object,tsl,pop-up) programatically then how should we insert this ..

Answer / umasubbu4u

There is no need to insert the exception handler fucntion.
If the exception is defined, it will be automativally
invoked.

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can we write exception handlers (object,tsl,pop-up) programatically then how should we insert this ..

Answer / sreeja

Yes, we can wrte our own handler functions.these functions
should be defined as compile modules,and can be called them
in handler functions

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