- There is a function "getReport" which can be used to get the message displayed for an exception. Here's the link to the doc : https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/mexception.getreport.html
- You can also log the command window text to a file using "diary" command. Here's the link to the doc : https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/diary.html
Catching messages displayed on the command window
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Ajpaezm on 17 Feb 2020
Commented: Monika Phadnis on 26 Feb 2020
When I try to connect to another program, and the user has not logged in, it starts printing these messages:
I know how to get the ones highlighted in red, using a try-catch routine. But how can I search for the ones in black? The ones that say "failed to connect using..."?
Is there a routine I can use to raise a flag when this events are registered on the command window of Matlab?
Thanks for your help!
Monika Phadnis on 18 Feb 2020
These links may help to get the exception message displayed :
Hope this helps.
Monika Phadnis on 26 Feb 2020
Try using the getReport function. You can put the code in try catch blocks and store the exception messages in variables.
A small example could be:
errorMsg = getReport(exception)
Here, errorMsg will have the error text stored.
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