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Clean up error logging #1245

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Rsl1122 opened this issue Dec 8, 2019 · 2 comments
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Clean up error logging #1245

Rsl1122 opened this issue Dec 8, 2019 · 2 comments

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@Rsl1122 Rsl1122 commented Dec 8, 2019

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe.

While useful for fixing bugs, users sometimes judge exceptions based on the amount of lines an exception has.
Many exceptions in Plan contain up to 4 causes leading to large stack traces when a single error occurs. Sometimes this is useful, but sometimes it leads to lots of reports of the exception.

Notable Exceptions like this:

  • When Extension fails to register (NoClassDefFoundError, ClassNotFoundException)
  • When a database error occurs (DBOpException, SQLException, SQL specific exception)
    • Especially: Exceptions after database closes ("Database is closed")
  • When Extension method call fails (InvocationException, Causing Exception, Possible other cause)

I would like to be able to..

  • Print a non-scary error message or just enough so that reporting is useful.
  • Better SQL Exception messages by resolving different error codes.
  • (Development) Better manage different exception flows in the code
@Rsl1122 Rsl1122 added this to Backlog (MED Priority) in Active Development Jan 6, 2020
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