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Handling SoapException error

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I want to catch any soapexception error by these method.
My question is Does creating an instance from assembly name can
retrieve exception errors from UI? I have read documents on handling
soapexception errors but i want to make it general on this. Is this
procedure posible? Because it returns an error message of "HRESULT
has returned from a call to a COM Component."

Sir Joe Mayo, I hope you could help me on this. Any idea would be a
great help! Thanks!


catch(Exception err)
throw (Exception)CreateObjectInstance(err);

private object CreateObjectInstance(Exception err)
Object obj;
Assembly[] assemblyArray;
string str = err.Message.Substring(err.Message.IndexOf("---> ") +
err.Message.IndexOf(" (") - err.Message.IndexOf("---> ") - 5);

assemblyArray = new
assemblyArray = AppDomain.CurrentDomain.GetAssemblies();

foreach(Assembly assembly in assemblyArray)
Type[] mytypes = assembly.GetTypes();
foreach(Type t in mytypes)
if(t.FullName == str)
obj = Activator.CreateInstance(t)
return obj;
return null;
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