Does EMAB increase overhead in some cases?

Topics: Exception Handling Application Block
Aug 7, 2007 at 3:31 PM
Had I not been using EMAB, my function would look like:


func1(){
try{
op1();
}catch{
log.write("op1 failed");
}
try{
op2();
}catch{
log.write("op2 failed");
}

}

With EMAB:
func1(){
try{
op1();
}catch{
bool rethrow = ExceptionPolicy.HandleException(ex, "XYZ");
}
try{
op2();
}catch{
bool rethrow = ExceptionPolicy.HandleException(ex, "XYZ");
}

}

Please pardon the syntax. The point is that I lose the information regarding the operation that failed, and hence in the handler, I am not able to log a specific message such as "op1 failed" or "op2 failed".

What is the solution to this?