In article <✉forums.inprise.com> Raoul De Kezel <✉hotmail.com> wrote:
> > I'll show you that the majority should have checked for error before > > doing whatever raised the exception. > > Basically, I agree.
There's no argument, then. <g>
> Still, as you know, volatile or complex > preconditions cannot be checked beforehand.
It depends on the quality of the input data. I'm far from sure that the appropriate mechanism for failure of database committal is an exception, because it isn't really an exception; it is to be expected in ordinary minute-to-minute run-time behaviour.
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