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class:FactoryConfigurationError [NONE]

  • All Implemented Interfaces:

    public class FactoryConfigurationError
    extends Error
    Thrown when a problem with configuration with the Parser Factories exists. This error will typically be thrown when the class of a parser factory specified in the system properties cannot be found or instantiated.
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    Serialized Form

constructor:<init>() [NONE]

  • FactoryConfigurationError

    public FactoryConfigurationError()
    Create a new FactoryConfigurationError with no detail message.

constructor:<init>(java.lang.String) [NONE]

  • FactoryConfigurationError

    public FactoryConfigurationError​(String msg)
    Create a new FactoryConfigurationError with the String specified as an error message.
    msg - The error message for the exception.

constructor:<init>(java.lang.Exception) [NONE]

  • FactoryConfigurationError

    public FactoryConfigurationError​(Exception e)
    Create a new FactoryConfigurationError with a given Exception base cause of the error.
    e - The exception to be encapsulated in a FactoryConfigurationError.

constructor:<init>(java.lang.Exception,java.lang.String) [NONE]

  • FactoryConfigurationError

    public FactoryConfigurationError​(Exception e,
                                     String msg)
    Create a new FactoryConfigurationError with the given Exception base cause and detail message.
    e - The exception to be encapsulated in a FactoryConfigurationError
    msg - The detail message.

method:getMessage() [NONE]

  • getMessage

    public String getMessage()
    Return the message (if any) for this error . If there is no message for the exception and there is an encapsulated exception then the message of that exception, if it exists will be returned. Else the name of the encapsulated exception will be returned.
    getMessage in class Throwable
    The error message.

method:getException() [NONE]

  • getException

    public Exception getException()
    Return the actual exception (if any) that caused this exception to be raised.
    The encapsulated exception, or null if there is none.

method:getCause() [NONE]

  • getCause

    public Throwable getCause()
    use the exception chaining mechanism of JDK1.4
    getCause in class Throwable
    the cause of this throwable or null if the cause is nonexistent or unknown.

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