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45
46 package org.openejb;
47
48 /**
49  * --------------
50  * EJB 2.0
51  *
52  * 18.1.1 Application exceptions
53  *
54  * An application exception is an exception defined in the throws clause of a
55  * method of the enterprise beanís home and component interfaces, other than
56  * the java.rmi.RemoteException.
57  *
58  * Enterprise bean business methods use application exceptions to inform the
59  * client of abnormal application-level conditions, such as unacceptable values
60  * of the input arguments to a business method. A client can typically recover
61  * from an application exception.
62  *
63  * Application exceptions are not intended for reporting system-level problems.
64  *
65  * ---------------
66  *
67  *
68  * This exception is thrown when a normal EnterpriseBean exception is thrown.
69  *
70  * The ApplicationException's nested exception will be either an EJB spec
71  * defined ApplicationException ( or a custom exception defined by the bean
72  * developer) or a RemoteException.
73  *
74  * The org.openejb.ApplicationException must be caught and its nested
75  * exception rethrown by the bean proxy to the client.
76  *
77  * The org.openejb.ApplicationException is non-system exception; it does NOT
78  * indicate a problem with the contaienr itself.
79  *
80  * @see ApplicationException
81  * @see InvalidateReferenceException
82  * @see OpenEJBException
83  * @see SystemException
84  */

85 public class ApplicationException extends OpenEJBException {
86
87     /**
88      * Constructs an empty ApplicationException instance.
89      */

90     public ApplicationException( ){super();}
91     
92     /**
93      * Constructs a ApplicationException with the specified message indicating
94      * the source of the problem that occurred.
95      *
96      * @param message <code>String</code> identifying the source of the problem.
97      */

98     public ApplicationException(String JavaDoc message){
99         super(message);
100     }
101
102     /**
103      * Constructs a ApplicationException with the source of the problem that occurred.
104      *
105      * @param e
106      */

107     public ApplicationException(Exception JavaDoc e){
108         super(e);
109     }
110
111     public ApplicationException(Throwable JavaDoc t){
112         super(t);
113     }
114     
115     /**
116      * Constructs a ApplicationException with the specified message indicating
117      * the source of the problem that occurred and the original "root cause" exception
118      * that was thrown when the problem occurred.
119      *
120      * @param message <code>String</code> identifying the source of the problem.
121      * @param e
122      */

123     public ApplicationException(String JavaDoc message, Exception JavaDoc e){
124     super(message,e);
125     }
126 }
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