I have a module which specifically deals with connections to a MSSQL database. Contained in this module is a method which actually opens the connection. The code contained in the method is wrapped w/in a begin...rescue...end block. If any sort of an error occurs, the code in the rescue block is supposed to to re-raise the error back to the calling module and let it deal with error reporting/recovery. The problem is that the code in the rescue block of the module that's calling the method to open the connection is not running. I'd understood that Ruby would search back thru the callstack looking for a rescue block when an error was raised. Obviously I'm missing something here!
on 2006-05-30 14:34
on 2006-05-30 15:43
On 5/30/06, Patrick Spence <email@example.com> wrote: [Error not being re-raised] > Obviously I'm missing something here! And we're missing some code. Code makes it a lot easier to understand what you're doing, how you're doing it, and what you're doing wrong. Peace. nikolai