Why is this an issue?
The rule is reporting when an exception is thrown from certain methods and constructors. These methods are expected to behave in a specific way and
throwing an exception from them can lead to unexpected behavior and break the calling code.
public override string ToString()
throw new ArgumentException(nameof(Name)); // Noncompliant
An issue is raised when an exception is thrown from any of the following:
Certain exceptions will be ignored in specific contexts, thus not raising the issue:
System.NotImplementedException and its derivatives are ignored for all the aforementioned.
System.ArgumentException and their
derivatives are ignored in event accessors.