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Lets continue exploring more about Class based exceptions by checking out the runtime flow when an exception is being raised. Checkout all post related to Exception Raising & handling: Flow .. with code lines To understand it better we’ll use the demo example of Class-based Exceptions I – Basics. I have given the related code…

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In the series of the Class-Based exception raising & handling exceptions, today we’ll see design time considerations. Checkout all post related to Exception Raising & handling: Main classes All Exception classes are inherited from the global exception class’s CX_ROOT these subclasses: CX_STATIC_CHECK – If the exception is defined as a subclass of CX_STATIC_CHECK, it has…

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Class based exceptions are realized based on the instances of the exception class. Lets explore them.

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In continuation to previous post on Raising & Handling Non-class based exceptions, lets see the message addition RAISING along with the overall flow control. Checkout all post related to Exception Raising & handling: Message RAISING When we raise the exception by statement RAISE, it doesn’t provide us the default details. If we are interested in…

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Exceptions are way to communicate effectiently to the caller about something went wrong. So, the caller of the FM or method, would process them accordingly. Checkout all post related to Exception Raising & handling:

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When we generate Remote Enabled Function (RFC) or Update FM, system would generate some includes. These includes wont be displayed when see all the includes of the Function Group. So, lets see how to easily find them out. RFC Long time ago, I wrote about RFC Calls: Function Module Parameter Passing. In this post, I…

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