com.ibm.websphere.sib.wsn.faults

Class UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    java.io.Serializable


    public class UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault
    extends BaseFault
    This exception class represents the UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault type defined in the WS-Notification Base Notification schema.
    See Also:
    Serialized Form
    • Constructor Detail

      • UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault

        public UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault()
        Default constructor If this constructor is used, a subsequent call to setUnrecognizedPolicyNames(QName[]) will be necessary, to set the required UnrecognizedPolicy values
      • UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault

        public UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault(javax.xml.namespace.QName[] unrecognizedPolicyNames)
        Create an instance of the fault with the specified unrecognized policy element names.
        Parameters:
        unrecognizedPolicyNames - The names of elements in the Policy which were not recognized
      • UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault

        public UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault(EndpointReference originator,
                                      ErrorCode errorCode,
                                      FaultDescription[] descriptions,
                                      IOSerializableSOAPElement faultCause,
                                      IOSerializableSOAPElement[] extensibilityElements,
                                      Attribute[] attributes,
                                      javax.xml.namespace.QName[] unrecognizedPolicyNames)
        Create an instance of the fault from the specified information. All arguments are optional except for unrecognizedPolicyNames
        Parameters:
        originator - The WS-Addressing EndpointReference of the Web Service that generated the fault.
        errorCode - The error code.
        descriptions - The set of descriptions.
        faultCause - The fault cause.
        extensibilityElements - The set of extensibility elements.
        attributes - The set of attributes
        unrecognizedPolicyNames - The names of elements in the Policy which were not recognized
      • UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault

        public UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault(java.lang.String message,
                                      javax.xml.namespace.QName[] unrecognizedPolicyNames)
        Create an instance of the fault with the specified unrecognized policy element names and containing the specified message as a description.

        The descriptions for the fault may be overridden by calling BaseFault.setDescriptions(com.ibm.websphere.wsrf.FaultDescription[])
        Parameters:
        message - The exception message. This will be stored as the first fault description.
        unrecognizedPolicyNames - The names of elements in the Policy which were not recognized
      • UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault

        public UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault(java.lang.Throwable cause,
                                      javax.xml.namespace.QName[] unrecognizedPolicyNames)
        Create an instance of the fault with the specified unrecognized policy element names and with the specified cause.

        Notes:
        • The cause specified as an argument to this method is independent of the faultCause that can be specified via com.ibm.websphere.wsrf.BaseFault#setFaultCause(javax.xml.soap.SOAPElement).
        • The result of calling toString() on the specified cause and sub-causes thereof, will be added as descriptions of this fault.
        • The descriptions for the fault may be overridden by calling BaseFault.setDescriptions(com.ibm.websphere.wsrf.FaultDescription[])
        Parameters:
        cause - The cause of the exception
        unrecognizedPolicyNames - The names of elements in the Policy which were not recognized
      • UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault

        public UnrecognizedPolicyRequestFault(java.lang.String message,
                                      java.lang.Throwable cause,
                                      javax.xml.namespace.QName[] unrecognizedPolicyNames)
        Create an instance of the fault with the specified unrecognized policy element names and containing the specified message as a description and with the specified cause.

        Notes:
        • The cause specified as an argument to this method is independent of the faultCause that can be specified via com.ibm.websphere.wsrf.BaseFault#setFaultCause(javax.xml.soap.SOAPElement).
        • The result of calling toString() on the specified cause and sub-causes thereof, will be added as descriptions of this fault.
        • The descriptions for the fault may be overridden by calling BaseFault.setDescriptions(com.ibm.websphere.wsrf.FaultDescription[])
        Parameters:
        message - The exception message. This will be stored as the first fault description.
        cause - The cause of the exception
        unrecognizedPolicyNames - The names of elements in the Policy which were not recognized
    • Method Detail

      • getUnrecognizedPolicyNames

        public javax.xml.namespace.QName[] getUnrecognizedPolicyNames()
        Get the names of the elements of the Policy which were not recognized
        Returns:
        The names of elements in the Policy which were not recognized
      • setUnrecognizedPolicyNames

        public void setUnrecognizedPolicyNames(javax.xml.namespace.QName[] unrecognizedPolicyNames)
        Set the names of the elements of the Policy which were not recognized
        Parameters:
        unrecognizedPolicyNames - The names of elements in the Policy which were not recognized
      • getMessage

        public java.lang.String getMessage()
        Get the message for this fault. This method overrides the implementation in java.lang.Throwable to return the text of the first description in the sequence of descriptions belonging to the fault.
        Overrides:
        getMessage in class java.lang.Throwable
        See Also:
        Throwable.getMessage()
      • initCause

        public java.lang.Throwable initCause(java.lang.Throwable throwable)
        Overrides:
        initCause in class java.lang.Throwable
        See Also:
        Throwable.initCause(java.lang.Throwable)
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