I want to handle exceptions occuring in an external java class. The class is called in a script step. Now I want to pass this to an Exception Start in the Process Model. Can I achive this?

Script Step:

 try {
        out.geoCodeResponse = geoCode.getXMLByGoogle(address);          
        } catch (Exception e) {
        // Pass exception to exception start
    }

Thanks for any help!

Edit: It just came accross my mind to set an ivy-variable error:Boolean and set a condition to choose a different process path in error case. But regardless this fact, is it possible to start an Ivy-Exception start from a try-catch-block?

asked 18.10.2013 at 11:01

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edited 18.10.2013 at 11:06


This is not possible on the Script Step at the moment. There are multiple feature requests open for this problem. See issues #23146, #22739, #17874.

As workaround you can use a PI process element. This element allows you to configure an exception element that is called if the PI code fails. The PI code itself must be written in Java as a PI bean.

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answered 24.10.2013 at 17:16

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