error handling

error handling

[′er·ər ‚hand·liŋ]
(computer science)
The ability of a computer program to deal with errors automatically.

error handling

Routines in a program that respond to errors. The measurement of quality in error handling is based on how the system informs the user of such conditions and what alternatives it provides for dealing with them.
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Overall, SegPay's new payment pages are developed to help merchants with decline and error handling.
The agreement also covers round-the-clock service, installations and preventative error handling.
Beginning with a review of basic JavaScript concepts, the work covers topics such as standard JavaScript objects, control structures, error handling, user interfaces and interaction, event handlers, and XML.
Additional enhancements included in this version enable multi-thread processing, provide an application recovery tool and enhance the error handling and debugging processes.
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Advanced features inherent in the PCI Express standard include Quality of Service (QoS) via isochronous channels for guaranteed bandwidth delivery when required, advanced power management, support for real-time data traffic, data integrity and error handling, and native hot plug/hot swap support.
In addition to ascertaining conformance, the tests detect implementation flaws including pointer problems, insufficient allocation of space, improper error handling, and incorrect behavior of the AES algorithm implementation.
The list - in order of the most critical threat - includes Unvalidated Parameters, Broken Access Control, Broken Account and Session Management, Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) Flaws, Buffer Overflows, Command Injection Flaws, Error Handling Problems, Insecure Use of Cryptography, Remote Administration Flaws and Web and Application Server Misconfiguration.
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In the event of errors, Pastelec guides the operator by use of clear error handling functions through the system, providing fast error detection and correction.
Best practices for an API-centric design must address areas such as error handling and versioning, which are complicated and time consuming to do correctly.
Topics discussed include data transformation, beans, error handling and testing, transactions, scalability and the management and monitoring of Camel based projects.