Use the cftry and cfcatch tags to catch CORBA object method exceptions thrown by the remote server, as follows:

  1. Specify type="coldfusion.runtime.corba.CorbaUserException" in the cfcatch tag to catch CORBA exceptions.
  2. Use the cfcatch.getContents method to get the contents of the exception object.
    The cfcatch.getContents method returns a ColdFusion structure containing the data specified by the IDL for the exception. 
    The following code example shows the IDL for a CORBA object that raises an exception defined by the PrimitiveException exception type definition, and the CFML that catches the exception and displays the contents of the object.

IDL

 

interface myInterface
{
exception PrimitiveException
{
long l;
string s;
float f;
};
void testPrimitiveException() raises (PrimitiveException);
}

 

CFML

 

<cftry>
<cfset ret0 = handle.testPrimitiveException()>
<cfcatch type=coldfusion.runtime.corba.CorbaUserException>
<cfset exceptStruct= cfcatch.getContents()>
<cfdump var ="#exceptStruct#">
</cfcatch>
</cftry>

 

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