!winrterr

The !winrterr sets the debugger reporting mode for Windows Runtime errors.

!winrterr Mode
!winrterr

Parameters

Mode

The following table describes the possible values for Mode.

ValueDescription

report

When a Windows Runtime error occurs, the error and related text are displayed in the debugger, but execution contunues. This is the default mode.

break

When a Windows Runtime error occurs, the error and related text are displayed in the debugger, and execution stops.

quiet

When a Windows Runtime error occurs, nothing is displayed in the debugger, and execution continues.

 

If Mode is omitted, !winrterr displays the current reporting mode. If the debugger has broken in as a result of a Windows Runtime error, the error and related text are also displayed.

See also

Windows Runtime Debugger Commands
!hstring
!hstring2

 

 

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