Exception is thrown during execution, NodalFlow catches it, perform few cleanup operations, including triggering the proper callback and then re-throws it as is if it's a
NodalFlowException or else throws a
NodalFlowException with the original exception set as previous. This means that NodalFlow will only throw
NodalFlowException unless an exception is raised within a callback of yours.
YaEtl defines its own exceptions,
YaEtlException, which extends
NodalFlowException. This means that
YaEtlException will also be re-thrown as is when caught by NodalFlow. You can thus distinguish between pure flow exceptions and YaEtl ones with ease.
YaEtlException provides with the exact same ability to add context as
NodalFlowException through ContextException.
You can thus add context to exception when implementing nodes which will make it easy to later retrieve and log (MonoLog/sentry etc ...).