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  25 
  26 package org.omg.CORBA;
  27 
  28 /**
  29  * This exception is raised if an operation implementation
  30  * throws a non-CORBA exception (such as an exception
  31  * specific to the implementation's programming language),
  32  * or if an operation raises a user exception that does not
  33  * appear in the operation's raises expression. UNKNOWN is
  34  * also raised if the server returns a system exception that
  35  * is unknown to the client. (This can happen if the server
  36  * uses a later version of CORBA than the client and new system
  37  * exceptions have been added to the later version.)<P>
  38  * It contains a minor code, which gives more detailed information about
  39  * what caused the exception, and a completion status. It may also contain
  40  * a string describing the exception.
  41  * <P>
  42  * See the section {@extLink jidlexception_minorcodes Minor Code Meaning}
  43  * to see the minor codes for this exception.
  44  *
  45  * <p>See also {@extLink jidlexception documentation on Java&nbsp;IDL exceptions}.
  46  * </p>
  47  */
  48 
  49 public final class UNKNOWN extends SystemException {
  50     /**
  51      * Constructs an <code>UNKNOWN</code> exception with a default minor code
  52      * of 0, a completion state of CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_NO,
  53      * and a null description.
  54      */
  55     public UNKNOWN() {
  56         this("");
  57     }
  58 
  59     /**
  60      * Constructs an <code>UNKNOWN</code> exception with the specified description message,
  61      * a minor code of 0, and a completion state of COMPLETED_NO.
  62      * @param s the String containing a detail message
  63      */
  64     public UNKNOWN(String s) {
  65         this(s, 0, CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_NO);
  66     }
  67 
  68     /**
  69      * Constructs an <code>UNKNOWN</code> exception with the specified
  70      * minor code and completion status.
  71      * @param minor the minor code
  72      * @param completed the completion status
  73      */
  74     public UNKNOWN(int minor, CompletionStatus completed) {
  75         this("", minor, completed);
  76     }
  77 
  78     /**
  79      * Constructs an <code>UNKNOWN</code> exception with the specified description
  80      * message, minor code, and completion status.
  81      * @param s the String containing a description message
  82      * @param minor the minor code
  83      * @param completed the completion status
  84      */
  85     public UNKNOWN(String s, int minor, CompletionStatus completed) {
  86         super(s, minor, completed);
  87     }
  88 }