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Property TEurekaExceptionInfo.ExpectedContext

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Help context number for exception.






Integer for HelpContext. Must be a valid ID of help topic inside help file for your application.



Contains help context number. Initially empty. You can set this number to point an existing topic of your help file.


When this property is set, exception is considered to be "known" (expected). The help button will be displayed in dialogs, which will open help file of your application with specified topic ID.


Expected exceptions are handled by EurekaLog, but behave differently. They can not be send to developers and do not generate bug reports, there will be no restart/terminate options, etc. In other words, expected exception are handled as just "error dialogs" with no diagnostic/recovery.


You can set exception as expected (as well as set this property) by using RaiseExpected routine.



This property is used by "Help" button in dialogs. Setting this property will force "Help" button to appear.



Altering this property will alter way of handling this exception by EurekaLog.


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