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Best book/article/tutorial on Exception Handling in multi tier Windows App

Hi,

I was wondering if anyone could suggest me a book/article/tutorial on
Exception Handling in multi tier Windows Apps. What are the best
practices/ways to implement EH in multi tier enviroment. I read some MS
Best Practices articles on MSDN. It helped a little, but considering
how unexperienced programmer I am, I think I'd need a good sample code
and explanation I could follow to fully understand the issue.

Thanks in advance.
Maciek

Jun 12 '06 #1
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Hi Maciek,

Chapter 18 of the book "Applied Microsoft® .NET Framework Programming" by
Jeff Richter is the best I have read about exception handling. You can see
the chapter (or the whole book) layout here:

http://www.microsoft.com/mspress/boo...ableOfContents

Notice that although the book uses C# and not VB.NET for the samples, the
book is really about .NET concepts (which are independent of the language).

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Hi,

I was wondering if anyone could suggest me a book/article/tutorial on
Exception Handling in multi tier Windows Apps. What are the best
practices/ways to implement EH in multi tier enviroment. I read some MS
Best Practices articles on MSDN. It helped a little, but considering
how unexperienced programmer I am, I think I'd need a good sample code
and explanation I could follow to fully understand the issue.

Thanks in advance.
Maciek

Jun 12 '06 #2

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