When you want to use objects from the .NET Framework in C/AL code, one of the main challenges is to handle exceptions that the methods of these objects may throw. Eventually, if not handled, they will basically bubble up as runtime errors, halting the current operation a user is doing without having a chance to properly display errors in a user-friendly format.
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