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Enterprise Library QuickStarts are brief, easy-to-understand illustrations of key application block features. They use a set of walkthroughs, which are implementations of common scenarios, to demonstrate these features.

QuickStarts are an ideal starting point if you want to gain an understanding of an application block and are comfortable learning new techniques by examining source code. They are a good resource if you are already familiar with the .NET Framework, and if you want to see brief code examples that can help you understand how to approach particular issues.

To use the QuickStarts to full advantage, you should be familiar with concepts and techniques related to object-oriented programming.

Exception Handling Application Block QuickStarts

The Exception Handling Basic QuickStart applications demonstrate some of the key features of the Exception Handling Application Block. To demonstrate these features, they use a set of walkthroughs, which are implementations of the situations discussed in Key Scenarios. There are two QuickStarts:

The QuickStarts have the following features:

  • The scenarios are independent of each other. Therefore, you can view them in any order. Each scenario contains all of the exception handling code required to complete the scenario.
  • A separate class library project is included in both solutions to represent a separate application layer.
  • A routine is included that processes any unhandled exceptions that occur during one or more of the scenarios. The routine uses the Global Policy exception handing policy to display a dialog box that shows the exception message. This dialog box appears for the scenarios that propagate exceptions (whether they are unchanged, wrapped, or replaced). The routine should help illustrate the exception handling process.

Retired Content

This content is outdated and is no longer being maintained. It is provided as a courtesy for individuals who are still using these technologies. This page may contain URLs that were valid when originally published, but now link to sites or pages that no longer exist.

The latest Enterprise Library information can be found at the Enterprise Library site.
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