Module java.naming
Package javax.naming

Class CannotProceedException

  • All Implemented Interfaces:

    public class CannotProceedException
    extends NamingException
    This exception is thrown to indicate that the operation reached a point in the name where the operation cannot proceed any further. When performing an operation on a composite name, a naming service provider may reach a part of the name that does not belong to its namespace. At that point, it can construct a CannotProceedException and then invoke methods provided by javax.naming.spi.NamingManager (such as getContinuationContext()) to locate another provider to continue the operation. If this is not possible, this exception is raised to the caller of the context operation.

    If the program wants to handle this exception in particular, it should catch CannotProceedException explicitly before attempting to catch NamingException.

    A CannotProceedException instance is not synchronized against concurrent multithreaded access. Multiple threads trying to access and modify CannotProceedException should lock the object.

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    Serialized Form
    • Constructor Detail

      • CannotProceedException

        public CannotProceedException​(String explanation)
        Constructs a new instance of CannotProceedException using an explanation. All unspecified fields default to null.
        explanation - A possibly null string containing additional detail about this exception. If null, this exception has no detail message.
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      • CannotProceedException

        public CannotProceedException()
        Constructs a new instance of CannotProceedException. All fields default to null.
    • Method Detail

      • getEnvironment

        public Hashtable<?,​?> getEnvironment()
        Retrieves the environment that was in effect when this exception was created.
        Possibly null environment property set. null means no environment was recorded for this exception.
        See Also:
        setEnvironment(java.util.Hashtable<?, ?>)
      • setEnvironment

        public void setEnvironment​(Hashtable<?,​?> environment)
        Sets the environment that will be returned when getEnvironment() is called.
        environment - A possibly null environment property set. null means no environment is being recorded for this exception.
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      • getRemainingNewName

        public Name getRemainingNewName()
        Retrieves the "remaining new name" field of this exception, which is used when this exception is thrown during a rename() operation.
        The possibly null part of the new name that has not been resolved. It is a composite name. It can be null, which means the remaining new name field has not been set.
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      • setRemainingNewName

        public void setRemainingNewName​(Name newName)
        Sets the "remaining new name" field of this exception. This is the value returned by getRemainingNewName().

        newName is a composite name. If the intent is to set this field using a compound name or string, you must "stringify" the compound name, and create a composite name with a single component using the string. You can then invoke this method using the resulting composite name.

        A copy of newName is made and stored. Subsequent changes to name does not affect the copy in this NamingException and vice versa.

        newName - The possibly null name to set the "remaining new name" to. If null, it sets the remaining name field to null.
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      • setAltName

        public void setAltName​(Name altName)
        Sets the altName field of this exception.
        altName - The name of the resolved object, relative to altNameCtx. It is a composite name. If null, then no name is specified.
        See Also:
        getAltName(), setAltNameCtx(javax.naming.Context)
      • setAltNameCtx

        public void setAltNameCtx​(Context altNameCtx)
        Sets the altNameCtx field of this exception.
        altNameCtx - The context relative to which altName is named. If null, then the default initial context is implied.
        See Also:
        getAltNameCtx(), setAltName(javax.naming.Name)