This paper informs about design and implementation of error handling facilities in business information systems. It presents a pattern language for the object oriented design of components needed for error handling and also present sample code in different programming languages (C++, Java, Cobol, Smalltalk).
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.. The pattern language does not contain ultimate design for error handling. Some patterns result from pattern mining activities among various sd&m projects whereas others reflects own ideas or input from other sources. Thus, it is a recording of a current status; hopefully, the document will mature by your feedback: criticism, suggestions for improvement, known uses which are yet undocumented or even new patterns which should be included - all kinds of comments are welcome.
To get a better idea of the various patterns and the problems they are related to, we list all pattern names together with page references and questions defining the problems:
Assertion Checking Object
Centralized Error Logging
Default Error Handling
Multithread Exception Handling
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K Renzel, 28.11.96
modified Mon Sep 8 16:05:14 1997
by Jens Coldewey