Dear SIG Members: Our next meeting will be on Oct 4. If I understand the issues correctly, NYACC has another large SIG that meets on the 3rd Thurs; this produces conflicts in rooming and membership. Our date and, perhaps, regular schedule will have to be for the 1st Thurs. Chaim Caron has agreed to make a presentation on error handling, and asks us to consider the following. What are errors? What is a bug? How do we get bugs and what can we do about them? How can I protect my data from errors? How can I protect my application (and myself) from errors? What is the primary responsibility of an application error handler? If you have pondered any of these questions or if one of them is troubling you now, then join us on Thursday October 4 when Chaim Caron will explore these issues both philosophically and practically. He will present a comprehensive and time-tested solution for error handling. (Although this solution was created for VFP, it works for FoxPro 2.x too.) Chaim says: "Life as a developer is easier when you know your errors are covered." Find out how much easier your life can be, and why your clients will be happier too, when you can actually derive some benefit from errors and reduce their sting at the same time. Chaim Caron is an independent consultant specializing in Visual FoxPro since the days of FoxPro 1.0 and was the leader of the New York City FoxPro User Group for three years during the period when Microsoft purchased FoxPro from its founders. To unsubscribe from the NYACC Database SIG list, send an email to nycfoxsig-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' (no quotes) in the subject field.