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In this section we will discuss about the class hierarchy of BackingStoreException Class diagram in Java.

Java BackingStoreException Class Hierarchy Diagram

In this section we will discuss about the class hierarchy of BackingStoreException Class diagram in Java.

This class extends the java.lang.Exception class. This exception is generally thrown in the case in which the operation is not completed due to the failed in backing store or failed in to contact the backing store. A class diagram of BackingStoreException is given below :

Constructor Detail

Constructor
Description
BackingStoreException(String s) This constructor creates an BackingStoreException object with the given message.
Syntax : public BackingStoreException(String s)
BackingStoreException(Throwable cause) This constructor creates an BackingStoreException object with the given cause.
Syntax : public BackingStoreException(Throwable cause)

Method Detail

This class doesn't define its own methods. It inherits methods from its parent class.

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Posted on: December 27, 2012

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