Custom throw not caught

After upgrading from Railo 4.2 to Lucee 4.5.2 the following code does not
catch the exception:

<cfscript>
try {
    throw type="Application";
} catch (Application e) {
    return e.StackTrace;
}
</cfscript>

I’ve also tried using “Any e”.

Instead the exception is caught up the chain and reported as an
“Application” error. Why is my try/catch statement being completely ignored
by Lucee 4.5.2 ?

Shannon

Arc.Net wrote on 2016-02-14:

After upgrading from Railo 4.2 to Lucee 4.5.2 the following code does
not catch the exception:

Oh, that is so easy to test and fix - did you isolate this to a separate template without any application logic? Try returntype “any” or enclosing return [e.StackTrace] (note the brackets) - then it works!> <!— : Returns a fake stacktrace for debugging —>

<cfscript>
try {
    throw type="Application"; } catch (Application e) { return
    e.StackTrace;
}
</cfscript>

I’ve also tried using “Any e”.

Instead the exception is caught up the chain and reported as an
“Application” error. Why is my try/catch statement being completely
ignored by Lucee 4.5.2 ?

Shannon

yep - return type any fixes it
http://trycf.com/gist/6e493e04332fafcc8524/lucee?theme=monokaiOn 16 February 2016 at 16:53, Hugo Ahlenius <@Hugo_Ahlenius> wrote:

Arc.Net wrote on 2016-02-14:

After upgrading from Railo 4.2 to Lucee 4.5.2 the following code does
not catch the exception:

Oh, that is so easy to test and fix - did you isolate this to a separate
template without any application logic? Try returntype “any” or enclosing
return [e.StackTrace] (note the brackets) - then it works!

<cfscript>
try {
    throw type="Application"; } catch (Application e) { return
    e.StackTrace;
}
</cfscript>

I’ve also tried using “Any e”.

Instead the exception is caught up the chain and reported as an
“Application” error. Why is my try/catch statement being completely
ignored by Lucee 4.5.2 ?

Shannon


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Or if you want the return type to be array, to enforce your normal return
as array then you can do:

return [e.StackTrace];

In the catch to make the stacktrace be inside an array.

Kind regards,

Andrew
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Association Member http://lucee.orgOn 17 February 2016 at 00:57, AJ Mercer <@AJ_Mercer> wrote:

yep - return type any fixes it
http://trycf.com/gist/6e493e04332fafcc8524/lucee?theme=monokai

On 16 February 2016 at 16:53, Hugo Ahlenius <@Hugo_Ahlenius> wrote:

Arc.Net wrote on 2016-02-14:

After upgrading from Railo 4.2 to Lucee 4.5.2 the following code does
not catch the exception:

Oh, that is so easy to test and fix - did you isolate this to a separate
template without any application logic? Try returntype “any” or enclosing
return [e.StackTrace] (note the brackets) - then it works!

<cfscript>
try {
    throw type="Application"; } catch (Application e) { return
    e.StackTrace;
}
</cfscript>

I’ve also tried using “Any e”.

Instead the exception is caught up the chain and reported as an
“Application” error. Why is my try/catch statement being completely
ignored by Lucee 4.5.2 ?

Shannon


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