Uses of Class java.lang.RuntimeException

Uses in package javax.swing.undo

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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An exception which indicates that an editing action cannot be redone.
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An exception which indicates that an editing action cannot be undone.

Uses in package java.lang.annotation

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Thrown when accessing an element within an annotation for which the type has changed, since compilation or serialization took place.
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Thrown when accessing an element within an annotation which was added since compilation or serialization took place, and does not have a default value.

Uses in package java.awt.image

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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This exception is thrown when BufferedImageOp or RasterOp filters cannot process an image.
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This exception is thrown when there is invalid layout information in Raster

Uses in package java.nio

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Uses in package org.w3c.dom.xpath

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A new exception has been created for exceptions specific to these XPath interfaces.

Uses in package java.lang.reflect

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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This exception class is thrown when one of the reflection methods encountered an invalid parameterized type within the metadata of a class.
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This exception class is thrown by a Proxy instance if the invoke method of that instance's InvocationHandler attempts to throw an exception that not declared by the throws clauses of all of the interface methods that the proxy instance is implementing.

Uses in package org.omg.CORBA

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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The ACTIVITY_COMPLETED indicates that the Activity context in which the method call was made has been completed due to a timeout of either the Activity itself or a transaction that encompasses the Activity.
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The ACTIVITY_REQUIRED system exception indicates that an Activity context was necessary to perform the invoked operation, but one was not found associated with the calling thread.
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Means that the operation is invoked by a client but the passed context has no values required by this operation.
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Means that the caller has invoked operations in the wrong order.
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Means that the object exists but does not support the operation that was invoked on it.
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The exception thrown when a parameter passed to a call is considered illegal.
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The BAD_QOS is raised when the object cannot support the quality of service required by an invocation parameter.
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Means that the some TypeCode has been realized to be invalid (for example, has an invalid TCKind value).
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Raised when client and server are unable to reach any consensus on which code set should be used to represent the characters.
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Means that the communication has been lost while an operation was in progress
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Means that the ORB cannot convert between the marshalled and native data representation.
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Means errors, related to freeing the allocated memory.
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Means that the server has reached some implementation limit (too many clients, too many references, too long parameters and so on).
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Means that the server cannot be initialized because of the some reason.
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Means an internal failure in the ORB.
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Means errors, related to the interface repository.
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Raised when the transaction or Activity is resumed in a different context than from which it was suspended.
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Means that request carried an invalid transaction context.
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Means invalid flag, passed during operation.
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Means that some IDL identifier has a wrong syntax.
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Means that some object reference is internally malformed.
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This exception is thrown when an invocation cannot be made because of an incompatibility between Policy overrides that apply to the particular invocation.
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Means that some request or reply from the network has a wrong size or is structurally invalid.
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Means that while the operation being invoked does exists, no implementation for it exists.
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Means that the server has runned out of memory.
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Means that the caller has no rights to invoke the operation.
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Means that the ORB has reached some general resource limitation like maximal number of the opened connections.
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Means that the client attempts to retrieve the result that is not yet available.
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Means an attempt to perform some operation on a deleted object.
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This exception typically indicates an administrative mismatch.
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Indicates a persistent storage failure like database crash.
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Raised on the failure of the requested or implied attempt to rebind an object reference.
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The root class for all CORBA standard exceptions.
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Raised when no delivery has been made during the specified timeout duration.
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Raised when the TransactionPolicy in the IOR is not the same as the current transaction mode.
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Means that request carried a null transaction context, but an active transaction is required.
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Means that transaction associated with the request has already been rolled back or marked to roll back.
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Raised in response to the abnormal termination of the transaction service.
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Means that the ORB cannot reach the object.
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Means that the operation implementation has thrown a non-CORBA exception.

Uses in package java.awt.geom

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Thrown when an operation on a path is in an illegal state, such as appending a segment to a GeneralPath without an initial moveto.

Uses in package org.w3c.dom.ranges

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Range operations may throw a RangeException as specified in their method descriptions.

Uses in package org.w3c.dom

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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DOM operations only raise exceptions in "exceptional" circumstances, i.e., when an operation is impossible to perform (either for logical reasons, because data is lost, or because the implementation has become unstable).

Uses in package java.util.regex

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Indicates illegal pattern for regular expression.

Uses in package java.awt.dnd

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Thrown when a method in the java.awt.dnd package is unable to perform a requested operation, usually because the underlying DnD system is in the wrong state.

Uses in package javax.management

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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A general superclass for all runtime management exceptions.
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Represents an arbitrary error thrown by a management bean.
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Represents an arbitrary runtime exception thrown by a management bean.
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Represents a runtime exception thrown by a management bean operation.

Constructors with parameter type java.lang.RuntimeException

Constructs a new RuntimeMBeanException wrapping the specified exception.
Constructs a new RuntimeMBeanException wrapping the specified exception and using the supplied message.
Constructs a new RuntimeOperationsException wrapping the specified exception.
Constructs a new RuntimeOperationsException wrapping the specified exception and using the supplied message.

Methods with return type java.lang.RuntimeException

RuntimeException
Returns the true cause of this exception, the wrapped runtime exception.
RuntimeException
Returns the true cause of this exception, the wrapped exception.

Uses in package org.w3c.dom.ls

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Parser or write operations may throw an LSException if the processing is stopped.

Uses in package javax.management.openmbean

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Thrown when an invalid key (a field name or row index) is passed to a method of the CompositeData or TabularData classes.
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Thrown when a open data value has an erroneous open type.
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Thrown when a key (a field name or row index) is passed to a method of the CompositeData or TabularData classes and it is found to already be in use.

Uses in package javax.lang.model.element

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Thrown when an unknown annotation value is encountered, usually by a AnnotationValueVisitor.
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Thrown when an unknown element is encountered, usually by a ElementVisitor.

Uses in package java.security

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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This exception is thrown when the AccessController denies an attempt to perform an operation.
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Thrown when an invalid parameter is passed to a method of the JCA/JCE engine classes.
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This exception indicates that a runtime problem was encounterd with a security provider.

Uses in package javax.swing

Methods which throw type java.lang.RuntimeException

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This method creates a new JInternalFrame that is in the JLayeredPane which contains the parentComponent given.

Uses in package java.util

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Exception that is thrown by the collections classes when it is detected that a modification has been made to a data structure when this is not allowed, such as when a collection is structurally modified while an Iterator is operating over it.
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Thrown when the flags supplied to the Formatter.format() method of a Formatter contain duplicates.
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This exception is thrown by the Stack class when an attempt is made to pop or otherwise access elements from an empty stack.
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Thrown when the flags supplied to the Formatter.format() method of a Formatter contains a flag that does not match the conversion character specified for it.
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Thrown when a method is called on a Formatter but it has already been closed.
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Thrown when a Formatter receives a character with an invalid Unicode codepoint, as defined by Character.isValidCodePoint(int).
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Thrown when the type of an argument supplied to the Formatter.format() method of a Formatter does not match the conversion character specified for it.
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A general exception thrown when a format string is supplied to a Formatter that contains either invalid syntax or a mismatch between the format specification and the supplied arguments.
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Thrown when the flags supplied to the Formatter.format() method of a Formatter form an illegal combination.
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Thrown when the specified precision for a Formatter argument is illegal.
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Thrown when the specified width for a Formatter argument is illegal.
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Thrown when a Scanner instance encounters a mismatch between the input data and the pattern it is trying to match it against.
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Thrown when the a format specification for a Formatter refers to an argument that is non-existent, or an argument index references a non-existent argument.
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Thrown when the a format specification for a Formatter does not include a width for a value where one is required.
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This exception is thrown when a resource is missing.
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Exception thrown when an attempt is made to access an element that does not exist.
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Thrown when a Formatter is supplied with an unknown conversion.
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Thrown when a Formatter is supplied with an unknown flag.

Uses in package javax.lang.model.type

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Thrown when an application attempts to access the Class object corresponding to a TypeMirror.
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Thrown when an application attempts to access a sequence of Class objects, each corresponding to a TypeMirror.
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Thrown when an unknown type is encountered, usually by a TypeVisitor.

Uses in package java.nio.channels

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Uses in package java.awt.color

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Thrown when there is an error in the native CMM.
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Thrown when there is an error accessing or processing an ICC_Profile.

Uses in package org.omg.CORBA.portable

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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This exception is thrown when reading from the ORBs input streams certain specific data layouts (object recursive references to itself).
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The wrapper of the arbitrary exception into the System exception.

Uses in package java.util.concurrent

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Exception indicating that the result of a value-producing task, such as a FutureTask, cannot be retrieved because the task was cancelled.
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Exception thrown by an Executor when a task cannot be accepted for execution.

Uses in package javax.print.attribute

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Exception which is thrown if an operation on an unmodifiable set is invoked.

Uses in package org.w3c.dom.events

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Event operations may throw an EventException as specified in their method descriptions.

Uses in package java.lang

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Thrown when a math error has occured, such as trying to divide an integer by zero.
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Thrown when attempting to access a position outside the valid range of an array.
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Thrown when trying to store an object of the wrong runtime type in an array.
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Thrown when an attempt is made to cast an object which is not of the appropriate runtime type.
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An exception of this type is thrown when a symbolic reference is made to an enum constant which does not exist.
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Thrown when a method is passed an illegal or inappropriate argument.
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Thrown when a thread attempts to wait or notify on a monitor that it does not own (ie. it has not synchronized on the object).
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Thrown when a method is invoked at an illegal or inappropriate time.
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Thrown When trying to manipulate a Thread which is in an inappropriate state.
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This exception can be thrown to indicate an attempt to access an index which is out of bounds on objects like String, Array, or Vector.
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Thrown when an attempt is made to create an array with a negative size.
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Thrown when attempting to use null where an object is required.
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Can be thrown when attempting to convert a String to one of the numeric types, but the operation fails because the string has the wrong format.
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The security manager will throw this exception to indicate a security violation.
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This exception can be thrown to indicate an attempt to access an index which is out of bounds of a String.
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Thrown when a type is accessed using a String-based representation, but no definition of the supplied type is found.
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This exception is thrown by an object when an operation is requested of it that it does not support.

Uses in package java.nio.charset

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Uses in package java.rmi

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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Never thrown, but originally intended to wrap a SecurityException in the case of RMI.

Uses in package java.awt

Classes derived from java.lang.RuntimeException

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This exception is thrown when code dependent on a keyboard, mouse, or display is executed in a headless environment.
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This exception is thrown when the requested operation failed because a component was not in the proper state.