The cfthrow tag raises a developer-specified exception that can be caught with cfcatch tag having any of the following type specifications - cfcatch type = 'custom_type', cfcatch type = 'Application' 'cfcatch' type = 'Any'
This tag can't have a body.
<cfthrow [detail="string"] [errorcode="string"] [extendedinfo="string"] [message="any"] [object="any"] [type="string"]>
This tag is also supported within cfscript
<cfscript> throw [any expression]; </cfscript>
The attributes for this tag are fixed. Except for the following attributes no other attributes are allowed.
|detail||string||No||A detailed description of the event. The CFML server appends the position of the error to
this description; the server uses this parameter if an error is not caught by your code.
|errorcode||string||No||A custom error code that you supply.|
|extendedinfo||string||No||extended information to the exception.|
|message||any||No||A message that describes the exceptional event.|
|object||any||No||a native java exception Object, if this attribute is defined all other will be ignored|
|type||string||No||A custom type or the predefined type Application. Do not enter any other predefined types because
they are not generated by CFML applications. If you specify the exception type Application, you
need not specify a type for cfcatch, because the Application type is the default cfcatch type