Method event handler for OnCustomButtonClick event.
Information about exception.
Current EurekaLog options.
Current dialog class (child class of TBaseDialog).
True - close dialog after return, False (default) - do not close dialog.
True (default) - call next registered event handler, False - do not call next event handler.
This event is invoked when end-user has clicked on custom button in error dialog. You should put your custom action code there. For example, if you setup custom button to be "check for updates" - then you should put your update checking code there.
There is a similar event.
|•|| Custom button is shown only when you specify it in options. It's shown for errors (i.e. bug reports). |
|•|| Help button is shown automatically whenever there is help context for known exception (which do not generate bug report). |
Event handlers registered via TEurekaLogEvents component will be active only when corresponding form is live (created). Such handlers will not be called before form is created or after it was destroyed. For this reason you may want to register your event handlers via code. For example, it would be a bad idea to use TEurekaLogEvents component for implementing your error dialog, because your dialog will not be displayed for exceptions outside form (e.g. initialization/finalization exceptions, as well as exceptions in form's constructor).
Build date: 2020-10-22
Last edited: 2020-10-22
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