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resumable exception

Class-based exception that is raised by the addition RESUMABLE of the statement RAISE EXCEPTION or by the addition THROW in a conditional expression. When a resumable exception is handled in a CATCH block, processing can be resumed using the statement RESUME directly after the raising statement if the context of the exception still exists. The property of resumability in an exception can be lost when the exception is propagated from procedures if it is not marked as resumable in all relevant parameter interfaces. This is done using the addition RESUMABLE in the RAISING declaration of the procedures.

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