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From Ralph Goers <Ralph.Go...@dslextreme.com>
Subject Re: Strange error with try-catch in finally clause.
Date Tue, 09 Aug 2005 22:34:08 GMT
How can that work?  It isn't valid Java.

Ralph

Nick Goupinets wrote:

> Hi footh,
>
> You need to use JavaScript style of exception handling in the flow, 
> unless you are using Java interpreter
>
> Try this:
>
> if (conn != null)
>   try { conn.close(); } catch (e) { print(e) }
>
> footh wrote:
>
>> In a javaflow, I open a db connection.  Then in a
>> finally clause, I have this code:
>>
>> if (conn != null)
>>   try { conn.close(); } catch (Exception e) { }
>>
>> This causes this error when I try to access any page:
>>
>> Instruction ' 223: ret[169](2) 8' is part of more than
>> one subroutine (or of the top level and a subroutine).
>>
>> I tested to see if it was only a problem with the conn
>> object by putting this line in the clause:
>>
>> try  { System.out.println("Hi!"); } catch (Exception
>> e) { }
>>
>> Sure enough, I get the same error.  The function in
>> question is never called either, so I assume it has to
>> do with the javaflow interpreter.  I guess there is no
>> way to put a try-catch within a finally clause?
>>
>>
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