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public class: ExceptionEventSet [javadoc | source]

All Implemented Interfaces:
    EventSet, Serializable

Fields inherited from
Fields inherited from java.util.EventObject:
 ExceptionEventSet(EventSet jdiEventSet) 
Method from Summary:
getCatchLocation,   getException,   notify
Methods from
getLocation,   getThread
Methods from
add,   addAll,   clear,   contains,   containsAll,   eventIterator,   getSuspendPolicy,   getVirtualMachine,   isEmpty,   iterator,   notify,   remove,   removeAll,   resume,   retainAll,   size,   suspendPolicy,   suspendedAll,   suspendedEventThread,   suspendedNone,   toArray,   toArray,   toSpecificEventSet,   virtualMachine
Methods from java.util.EventObject:
getSource,   toString
Methods from java.lang.Object:
clone,   equals,   finalize,   getClass,   hashCode,   notify,   notifyAll,   toString,   wait,   wait,   wait
Method from Detail:
 public Location getCatchLocation() 
    Gets the location where the exception will be caught. An exception is considered to be caught if, at the point of the throw, the current location is dynamically enclosed in a try statement that handles the exception. (See the JVM specification for details). If there is such a try statement, the catch location is the first code index of the appropriate catch clause.

    If there are native methods in the call stack at the time of the exception, there are important restrictions to note about the returned catch location. In such cases, it is not possible to predict whether an exception will be handled by some native method on the call stack. Thus, it is possible that exceptions considered uncaught here will, in fact, be handled by a native method and not cause termination of the target VM. Also, it cannot be assumed that the catch location returned here will ever be reached by the throwing thread. If there is a native frame between the current location and the catch location, the exception might be handled and cleared in that native method instead.

 public ObjectReference getException() 
    Gets the thrown exception object. The exception object is an instance of java.lang.Throwable or a subclass in the target VM.
 public  void notify(JDIListener listener)