Advanced Techniques for Writing Avaya Breeze Snap-ins Using Engagement Designer — Error Boundary Task

Advanced Techniques for Writing Avaya Breeze Snap-ins Using Engagement Designer — Part One

Welcome to the first in my series of videos addressing some of the more advanced ideas surrounding Avaya Breeze™. It picks up where my introductory series ended and places a greater emphasis on important, but lesser understood, tasks and programming techniques.

Here in Part One, I present a method to catch and process runtime errors that might occur in a Breeze Snap-in. Specifically, I introduce you to the Error Boundary Task and demonstrate its use within a running workflow.

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