The RpcFinally statement provides developers with the ability to create termination handlers.
This macro has no parameters.
This macro does not return a value.
- guarded statements
Statements that are executed while exceptions are being monitored. If an exception occurs during the execution of these statements, termination statements will be executed. Unwinding then continues to the next RpcTryExcept or RpcTryFinally statements.
- termination statements
Statements that are executed when an exception occurs. After the termination statements are complete, the exception is raised again.
Use the RpcFinally statement to build termination handlers. All termination handlers created with RpcFinally execute whether or not an exception occurs. Your program can call the RpcAbnormalTermination function in termination statements to determine whether termination statements is being executed because an exception occurred. A nonzero return from RpcAbnormalTermination indicates that an exception occurred. A value of zero indicates that no exception occurred.
The following restrictions apply:
- Jumping (through a goto) into guarded statements is not allowed.
- Jumping (through a goto) into termination statements is not allowed.
- Returning or jumping (through a goto) from guarded statements is not allowed.
- Returning or jumping (through a goto) from termination statements is not allowed.
Minimum supported client
|Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]|
Minimum supported server
|Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]|