- justified exceptions granted;
- justified exceptions not granted;
- unjustified exceptions granted; or
- unjustified exceptions not granted.
If justified exceptions were not granted, the case would go on, but the exceptions would preserve appellate error for the defendant, giving a good basis for appeal.
If unjustified exceptions were granted, and repleading would not satisfy the court, the plaintiff should object to preserve error for appeal, and the plaintiff's appeal should be successful.
If unjustified exceptions are not granted, the trial goes on, and the defendant's appeal will not be successful.
Texas Rules of Civil Procedure