Affects Version/s: Trunk
Fix Version/s: None
During the refactoring work I found that there are several classes in org.apache.ofbiz.widget.renderer.macro which state in their method declarations that they throw TemplateException and/or IOException.
In many cases, there is either no evidence of these Exceptions or they are catched inside the methods.
One example is the MacroFormRenderer constructor which says it throws TemplateException but does not.
The method declarations in the interfaces of org.apache.ofbiz.widget.renderer all say that IOException is thrown.
It might be that I overlook something and I did not dig much deeper into the code so I first want to ask what the reasons are or if it would not be reasonable to make a difference in interfaces and implementations and only declare that a method throws a specific exception if it really does?
Thanks for your help,