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Handling errors in @DbColumn/@DbLookup

Entry not found in index or view index not built (or) Server Error: Entry not found in index! - Sounds familiar?

Entry not found in index or view index not built (or) Server Error: Entry not found in index! - Sounds familiar?

Obviously you don't want this message displayed to a user of your database! Here is a way to avoid this message...

If your code for the @DbColumn or @DbLookup reads like this:

@DbColumn("":"";"";"view";1);
Change it to read it like this:

retValues:=@DbColumn("":"";"";"view";1);
@If(  @IsError( retValues );
        "<
 
  >";
        retValues
);

 

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