Indicates type of exception (handled).
True - this is handled exception.
False - this is unhandled exception.
This property indicates type of exception - handled or not. Handled = False on creation and may become True later, when handling code will run.
Unhandled exception is exception which wasn't catched by your code. Such exceptions are processed by EurekaLog.
Handled exception is exception which was catched by your application. Such exceptions are processed by your code and EurekaLog is not invoked for them (by default). You can alter this behavior by using "catch handled exception" option in EurekaLog project options.
Build date: 2019-02-25
Last edited: 2019-02-25
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