See Also: ExecutionEngineException Members
Execution engine errors are fatal errors that should never occur. Such errors occur mainly when the execution engine has been corrupted or data is missing.
The system can throw this exception at any time. When possible, the system throws an exception that provides more information than the ExecutionEngineException exception.
For information on conditions under which the CLI throws ExecutionEngineException exceptions, see Partition II of the CLI Specification.
Applications should not throw ExecutionEngineException.