Async Service Call with Timeout Exception problem

Topics: CAB & Smart Client Software Factory
Mar 18, 2006 at 8:13 AM
originally posted by: mqlin


I am designing a BAT smart client application with backend SOA web service 1.1. I design my web service to through soap exception when user has invalid user name and password. I would like to catch this exception to get the error message and display to user.

I found that the BAT web service call that suppress all the exceptions adn redirect to Event Log, it only returns a single variable "success". I wonder is there way I can return error code or error message from web service using BAT?

Thank you in advance.
Sep 19, 2006 at 12:29 PM
originally posted by: puy0

Same problem here, i wish this thread had answers...

Appraisal > no custom exceptions throwed from services. (such a perfect world doesnt exists!)
BankBranch > SoapExceptions throwed, but no usage of ServiceProxy / CommandQueue to handle Async with Timeouts...
And with .NET2, Exeptions + Threads =

Will dig deeper in this forums...

I think there is a "big hole" in this factory with exception handling or maybe i'm missing something...
...Please tell me i'm missing something, and tell me what it is!

Sep 19, 2006 at 10:43 PM
originally posted by: akol_dk

We had the same problem in our project, so we decided to modify the code. I include our code here, so you can see the changes we have made.

We are using an AsyncCompletedEventArgs object to return results as you can see below. I think it works quite well.

using System;
using Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.ExceptionHandling;

namespace Energinet.DPSApp.Client.Infrastructure.Interface.Commands
public abstract class CommandWithCallback<TService, TReturnType> : Command<TService>
where TService : ISupportsTimeout
public delegate void CallbackType(CommandCompletedEventArgs<TReturnType> args);

private CallbackType _callback;

protected CommandWithCallback(TService service, int timeout, CallbackType callback)
: base(service, timeout)
_callback = callback;

protected override sealed void DoExecute()
TReturnType returnValue = default(TReturnType);
Exception error = null;

returnValue = DoCallService();
catch (Exception ex)
ExceptionPolicy.HandleException(ex, "Default Policy");
returnValue = default(TReturnType);
error = ex;

CommandCompletedEventArgs<TReturnType> res = new CommandCompletedEventArgs<TReturnType>(returnValue,error,false,null);

protected abstract TReturnType DoCallService();


namespace Energinet.DPSApp.Client.Infrastructure.Interface.Commands
public class CommandCompletedEventArgs<TResultType> : System.ComponentModel.AsyncCompletedEventArgs
private TResultType result;

public CommandCompletedEventArgs(TResultType result, System.Exception exception, bool cancelled, object userState)
: base(exception, cancelled, userState)
this.result = result;

public TResultType Result
return result;

If you can use any of our code, go ahead and do so.