Last post May 05, 2008 01:42 PM by anas
Apr 25, 2008 01:41 PM|nikki_doer_of_things|LINK
I want to suggest to the dev team that it sure would be nice if the documentation told us which Exceptions might be thrown from method calls (similar to java docs). I don't know how hard that would be for them, honestly, since .NET doesn't make you declare
thrown exceptions, but it is always worth it to at least ask, so...
Anyone know where I'd send that for best results? =)
Apr 27, 2008 11:56 AM|joteke|LINK
one place is MSDN And Technet Website feedback forum (MSDN docs belong to that):
And in fact while browsing the docs on MSDN, you directly send the feedback using the "Click to Rate and give feedback" button. AFAIK, the feedback is sent to documentation engineer responsible for that specific section.
Apr 28, 2008 12:11 AM|nikki_doer_of_things|LINK
Cool, thanks. I'll check out that forum.
I've sent the suggestion using that Click To Rate and Give Feedback button. but since my request applies to all the classes, I was looking for a more general suggestion box, so to speak.
May 02, 2008 08:00 PM|anas|LINK
Ok, I understand that you want to declare the Exceptions that the method can throw ,so that you can see them in the Generated documenttation file ,
Actually you can declare the Exceptions that can be thrown by the method through the Exception documentaion tag ,
''' <exception cref="System.Exception">Throws an exception when something goes wrong.</exception>
As String) As
please refere to this link
May 05, 2008 01:32 PM|nikki_doer_of_things|LINK
Sorry, no, I want MICROSOFT to document them so that I know what to handle when I use their stuff. But thanks! :D
May 05, 2008 01:42 PM|anas|LINK
Yes, But they are exists , even they are not mentioned in MSDN ,
you can see the Exceptions that could be thrown by a method , this can be done through Visual studio
object browser ,
in visual studio : "View -> Object Browser"
then you can look at the method you want , you will see that every method has a summary ,Parameters description , possible exceptions ,.....
take a look.