Enterprise Library Exception Handling Application Block

This course covers the Microsoft Exception Handling Application Block.
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This course covers the Microsoft Exception Handling Application Block.
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The Exception Handling Application Block is a powerful framework that makes the common task of working with exceptions and changing exception handling policies simple and easy to maintain. If you are tired of seeing try/catch blocks and logging statements all throughout your exception handling code, this course will help you clean up that code! In this course we will learn how to use the Microsoft Enterprise Library's Exception Handling Application Block. We start off by learning a bit about the block and some common exception handling strategies. We will also learn how to configure the Exception Handling Block, and how to use it for common exception handling strategies such as wrapping, replacing and logging. Finally, we will cover using the block in a WCF application and learn how to create custom Exception Handlers.
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The Exception Handling Application Block is a powerful framework that makes the common task of working with exceptions and changing exception handling policies simple and easy to maintain. If you are tired of seeing try/catch blocks and logging statements all throughout your exception handling code, this course will help you clean up that code! In this course we will learn how to use the Microsoft Enterprise Library's Exception Handling Application Block. We start off by learning a bit about the block and some common exception handling strategies. We will also learn how to configure the Exception Handling Block, and how to use it for common exception handling strategies such as wrapping, replacing and logging. Finally, we will cover using the block in a WCF application and learn how to create custom Exception Handlers.
Course info
Level
Beginner
Rating
(137)
Duration
1h 17m
Released
17 Apr 2012
Course authors

John Sonmez is the founder of Simple Programmer (http://simpleprogrammer.com), where he tirelessly pursues his vision of transforming complex issues into simple solutions

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