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NO_PERMISSION


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Class NO_PERMISSION

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Serializable


    public final class NO_PERMISSION
    extends SystemException
    Exception thrown when an invocation failed because the caller has insufficient privileges.

    It contains a minor code, which gives more detailed information about what caused the exception, and a completion status. It may also contain a string describing the exception.

    Since:
    JDK1.2
    See Also:
    documentation on Java IDL exceptions
    • Constructor Detail

      • NO_PERMISSION

        public NO_PERMISSION()
        Constructs a NO_PERMISSION exception with a default minor code of 0 and a completion state of CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_NO, and a null description.
      • NO_PERMISSION

        public NO_PERMISSION(String s)
        Constructs a NO_PERMISSION exception with the specified description, a minor code of 0, and a completion state of COMPLETED_NO.
        Parameters:
        s - the String containing a description message
      • NO_PERMISSION

        public NO_PERMISSION(int minor,
                             CompletionStatus completed)
        Constructs a NO_PERMISSION exception with the specified minor code and completion status.
        Parameters:
        minor - the minor code
        completed - the completion status
      • NO_PERMISSION

        public NO_PERMISSION(String s,
                             int minor,
                             CompletionStatus completed)
        Constructs a NO_PERMISSION exception with the specified description message, minor code, and completion status.
        Parameters:
        s - the String containing a description message
        minor - the minor code
        completed - the completion status


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