Mauricio Gonzales <maurigr <at> gmail.com> writes:

> That's probably will be a solution but the problem is that i don't know 
> when the exception is raised and neither in what method or how many 
> methods will be, well thx anyway for your help, cya

You realise that the point of exceptions is to say "Something's gone wrong, I
don't know if I can continue"? If an exception's been thrown and you don't have
the right exception handling code to deal with it, chances are it's not right to
continue. That's the theory anyway