Class DataStoreException

Object
Throwable
Exception
DataStoreException
All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, Localized­Exception
Direct Known Subclasses:
Concurrent­Read­Exception, Concurrent­Write­Exception, Data­Store­Closed­Exception, Data­Store­Content­Exception, Data­Store­Referencing­Exception, Forward­Only­Storage­Exception, Illegal­Feature­Type­Exception, Illegal­Open­Parameter­Exception, Internal­Data­Store­Exception, No­Such­Data­Exception, Read­Only­Storage­Exception, Unsupported­Query­Exception

public class DataStoreException extends Exception implements LocalizedException
Thrown when a Data­Store can not complete a read or write operation.

Localization

The get­Message() and get­Localized­Message() methods return the same message, but sometime in different languages. The general policy is that get­Message() returns the message in the JVM default locale while get­Localized­Message() returns the message in the locale specified by the last call to Data­Store​.set­Locale(Locale). In a client-server architecture, the former is typically the locale of the system administrator while the later is presumably the locale of the client connected to the server. However this policy is applied on a best-effort basis only.
Since:
0.3
See Also:

Defined in the sis-storage module

  • Constructor Details

    • DataStoreException

      public DataStoreException()
      Creates an exception with no cause and no details message.
    • DataStoreException

      public DataStoreException(String message)
      Creates an exception with the specified details message.
      Parameters:
      message - the detail message in the default locale.
    • DataStoreException

      public DataStoreException(Throwable cause)
      Creates an exception with the specified cause and no details message.
      Parameters:
      cause - the cause for this exception.
    • DataStoreException

      public DataStoreException(String message, Throwable cause)
      Creates an exception with the specified details message and cause.
      Parameters:
      message - the detail message in the default locale.
      cause - the cause for this exception.
    • DataStoreException

      public DataStoreException(Locale locale, String format, String filename, Object store)
      Creates a localized exception with a message saying that the given store can not be processed. Location in the file where the error occurred while be fetched from the given store argument if possible, for example by invoking the Line­Number­Reader​.get­Line­Number() or XMLStream­Reader​.get­Location() method. If the given store argument is not one of the recognized types, then it is ignored.

      Examples of messages created by this constructor:

      • Can not read “Foo” as a file in the Bar format.
      • Can not read after column 10 or line 100 of “Foo” as part of a file in the Bar format.
      Parameters:
      locale - the locale of the message to be returned by get­Localized­Message(), or null.
      format - short name or abbreviation of the data format (e.g. "CSV", "GML", "WKT", etc).
      filename - name of the file or data store where the error occurred.
      store - the input or output object from which to get the current position, or null if none. This can be a Line­Number­Reader or XMLStream­Reader for example.
      Since:
      0.8
  • Method Details

    • getMessage

      public String getMessage()
      Returns the exception message in the default locale, typically for system administrator.
      Specified by:
      get­Message in interface Localized­Exception
      Overrides:
      get­Message in class Throwable
      Returns:
      the message of this exception.
    • getLocalizedMessage

      public String getLocalizedMessage()
      Returns a localized version of the exception message, typically for final user. This is often the same message than the one returned by get­Message(), but may in some occasions be different if Data­Store​.set­Locale(Locale) has been invoked with a different locale.

      get­Message() versus get­Localized­Message()

      When get­Message() and get­Localized­Message() are not equivalent, the Apache SIS policy is that get­Message() returns the message in the default locale while get­Localized­Message() returns the message in a locale that depends on the context in which the exception has been thrown. In a client-server architecture, the former is often the locale on the server side while the later is the locale on the client side if that information has been provided to the Data­Store.
      Specified by:
      get­Localized­Message in interface Localized­Exception
      Overrides:
      get­Localized­Message in class Throwable
      Returns:
      the localized message of this exception.
      Since:
      0.8
      See Also:
    • getInternationalMessage

      public InternationalString getInternationalMessage()
      If this exception is capable to return the message in various locales, returns that message. Otherwise returns null.
      Specified by:
      get­International­Message in interface Localized­Exception
      Returns:
      the exception message, or null if this exception can not produce international message.
      Since:
      0.8
    • initCause

      public DataStoreException initCause(Throwable cause)
      Initializes the cause of this throwable to the specified value.
      Overrides:
      init­Cause in class Throwable
      Parameters:
      cause - the cause saved for later retrieval by the Throwable​.get­Cause() method.
      Returns:
      a reference to this Data­Store­Exception instance.
      Since:
      0.8