Custom error handling

Hello

I want to create an error handler custom in a model similar to the ErrorHandlerExample.seq file.

In my case, I'll genereated errors in several different DLLs.  We try to avoid writing wrappers around dll functions to fill in the TestStand error strings.  However, this information is available by calling a 'get error message' function in the dll.  Since I was more than a dll and a handful that I will need to check for errors, I need to know the information about the step that caused the error.  Is there a way to get more information about the step that caused the error?  I have a dll function call that had the format:

kiOpenVSA (StationGlobals.KiManager, StationGlobals.VsaSession, StationGlobals.VsaResourceString, StationGlobals.DisplayEnable, StationGlobals.SendInitCommands)

Based on the parameters of the function call, I would be able to call the correct error handling function.

Thank you

Mike

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This looks like exactly what I need.  I'll try and let you know how it works.

Thank you

Mike

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