The critical errors model is a default model in all Workflow projects. When you first open a project, the critical errors model appears on the left in the project tree structure under the primary model. You can edit the critical errors model.
The critical errors model handles all of the unhandled exceptions for a project. All projects should be designed with error handling. However, if there is no error handling in a project, the critical errors model handles all of the errors.
All errors that the critical errors model handles are logged. The critical errors viewer lets you view all of the critical error logs.
Symantec recommends that you do not use the critical errors model as your primary means of error handling. Once the process has entered this model, it cannot return to the primary model. You should always design your projects with error handling in each model.
Table: Components in the critical errors model
Begins the model.
Report Critical Error
Creates a log entry for the error.
Throws an exception and ends the process.
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