Uses of Class java.lang.Error

Uses in package javax.xml.transform

Classes derived from java.lang.Error

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An error occurred during configuration of the transformer factory.

Uses in package java.util

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An error thrown when a problem occurs during the loading of a service provider by a ServiceLoader.

Uses in package java.rmi

Constructors with parameter type java.lang.Error

Create an exception with a message and a cause.

Uses in package javax.management

Constructors with parameter type java.lang.Error

Constructs a new RuntimeErrorException wrapping the specified error.
Constructs a new RuntimeErrorException wrapping the specified error and using the supplied message.

Methods with return type java.lang.Error

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Returns the true cause of this error, the wrapped error.

Uses in package java.io

Classes derived from java.lang.Error

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Throw when unrecoverable I/O error happens.

Uses in package java.lang.reflect

Classes derived from java.lang.Error

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Thrown on encountering a syntactically malformed signature in a reflective method.

Uses in package javax.xml.stream

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Error indicating that a factory could not be configured.

Uses in package javax.xml.parsers

Classes derived from java.lang.Error

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An error occurred during configuration of the parser factory.

Uses in package java.nio.charset

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Uses in package java.awt

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This error is thrown when a critical Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT) error occurs.

Uses in package java.lang.annotation

Classes derived from java.lang.Error

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Thrown when an annotation found in a class file is malformed.

Uses in package java.lang

Classes derived from java.lang.Error

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An AbstractMethodError is thrown when an application attempts to access an abstract method.
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An assertion error normally occurs as a result of the assert statement added in JDK 1.4, to indicate that an assertion failed.
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A ClassCircularityError is thrown when a circular dependency has been detected while initializing a class.
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A ClassFormatError is thrown when a Java Virtual Machine unable to read a class file because the file is corrupted or cannot be interpreted as a class file.
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An ExceptionInInitializerError is thrown when an uncaught exception has occurred in a static initializer or the initializer for a static variable.
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An IllegalAccessError is thrown when an attempt is made to call a method, or access or modify a field that the application does not have access to.
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An IncompatibleClassChangeError is thrown when the definition of a class used by the currently executing method has changed in an incompatible way.
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An InstantiationError is thrown when an attempt is made to create an instance of an abstract class or an interface.
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An InternalError is thrown when a mystical error has occurred in the Java Virtual Machine.
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Subclasses of LinkageError are thrown to indicate that two classes which were compatible at separate compilation times cannot be linked to one another.
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A NoClassDefFoundError is thrown when a classloader or the Java Virtual Machine tries to load a class and no definition of the class can be found.
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A NoSuchFieldError is thrown if an application attempts to access a field of a class, and that class no longer has that field.
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A NoSuchMethodError is thrown if an application attempts to access a method of a class, and that class no longer has that method.
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Thrown when the Java Virtual Machine is unable to allocate an object because it is out of memory and no more memory could be made available by the garbage collector.
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A StackOverflowError is thrown when the execution stack overflow occurs.
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ThreadDeath is thrown in a thread when someone calls stop() on that thread.
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An UnknownError is thrown when a serious but unknown problem has occurred in the Java Virtual Machine.
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A UnsatisfiedLinkError is thrown if an appropriate native language definition of a method declared native cannot be found by the Java Virtual Machine.
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An UnsupportedClassVersionError is thrown when the Java Virtual Machine determines it does not support the major and minor version numbers in the class file it is attempting to read.
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A VerifyError is thrown if there is a security problem or internal inconsistency in a class file as detected by the "verifier."
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A VirtualMachineError or its subclasses are thrown to indicate there is something wrong with the Java Virtual Machine or that it does not have the resources needed for it to continue execution.