In the last two entries we have talked about the concept of layer abstraction: that is, that exceptions should not be allowed to pass out of one layer and into another. So, when an exception is raised in the database layer it should be caught in the controller. But how do we go about making sure that exceptions raised in the database layer are properly recorded and processed, ensuring that we have error logging and don’t simply silence our exceptions?
There are a number of ways to encapsulate one exception within another, or “nest” our exceptions. Let’s discuss the ways.
Thursday, November 12th, 2009 @ 1:00 am |
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Categories: Best Practices, PHP 5, Object-Oriented Development, Technology
Tags: exceptions, extending exceptions, nested exceptions