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exception handling

 
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I develop web application based on struts 1.2,Spring 2.0,Hibernate 3.1.I do have idea in exception handling using Checked Exception (try catch and throws).But i heard that checked exception make our code messy and mingled with business.I advised to use Unchecked exception.bUt i do not know how to implement this.I have idea about declarative exception handling in Struts.

Please suggest How I design exception handling in my application.

Is there any framework available for this?
 
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for exception handling there are many ways...you can write you own exception class.and you can use try catch throw also.dont confuse boss........
 
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