Module java.naming

Class SchemaViolationException

All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable

public class SchemaViolationException
extends NamingException
This exception is thrown when a method in some ways violates the schema. An example of schema violation is modifying attributes of an object that violates the object's schema definition. Another example is renaming or moving an object to a part of the namespace that violates the namespace's schema definition.

Synchronization and serialization issues that apply to NamingException apply directly here.

Since:
1.3
See Also:
Context.bind(javax.naming.Name, java.lang.Object), DirContext.bind(javax.naming.Name, java.lang.Object, javax.naming.directory.Attributes), Context.rebind(javax.naming.Name, java.lang.Object), DirContext.rebind(javax.naming.Name, java.lang.Object, javax.naming.directory.Attributes), DirContext.createSubcontext(javax.naming.Name, javax.naming.directory.Attributes), Context.createSubcontext(javax.naming.Name), DirContext.modifyAttributes(javax.naming.Name, int, javax.naming.directory.Attributes), Serialized Form
  • Constructor Details

    • SchemaViolationException

      public SchemaViolationException()
      Constructs a new instance of SchemaViolationException. All fields are set to null.
    • SchemaViolationException

      public SchemaViolationException(String explanation)
      Constructs a new instance of SchemaViolationException using the explanation supplied. All other fields are set to null.
      Parameters:
      explanation - Detail about this exception. Can be null.
      See Also:
      Throwable.getMessage()