Handling exceptions

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Any exception thrown by called technology can be handled in your any language code. All Javonet methods that operate on objects from any runtime throw a JavonetException when exceptions occur. You can catch exceptions by catching the JavonetExceptions, and then perform the appropriate exception handling logic.

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