This component lets you trigger exceptions based on components in your project. Use this component if you want an exception to occur as the result of a specific component's actions.
All trigger information is saved in a set of variables for future use in your project.
If this component is in the same model as an Exception Trigger component, this component holds priority and is used first.
See Exception Trigger.
See About workflow components.
Component Toolbox Paths - Infrastructure > Exceptions; Infrastructure > Flow Control; Infrastructure > Triggers; Process Components > Flow Control
Properties with descriptions
Component Class Name
The variable name that is used to output the message of the exception.
Component IDVariable Name
The name of the variable that contains the ID of the component that triggered the exception.
The name of the variable that contains the component name that triggered the exception.
Exception Class Variable Name
The name of the variable that contains the name of the exception's class. This can be used to identify what part of the project caused the exception.
Exception Message Variable Name
The name of the variable that contains the message of the exception. This is displayed to the user when the exception is encountered.
Exception Stack Trace Variable Name
The name of the variable that contains the stack trace of the exception. Stack traces are used to trace the source of the exception.
The component you want to use to trigger this exception.
See Settings tab in all components.
Subscribing will provide email updates when this Article is updated. Login is required to Subscribe
Thanks for your feedback. Let us know if you have additional comments below. (requires login)
This will clear the history and restart the chat.