Class CompositeIOException

    • Field Detail


        public static final int EXCEPTION_LIMIT
        The maximum number of exceptions that can be reported by a single CompositeIOException.

        The number of exceptions is limited to avoid pathological cases where a huge number of exceptions could lead to excessive memory usage. For example, if the number of exceptions was unlimited, a call to Util.deleteRecursive could fail with a CompositeIOException that contains an exception for every single file inside of the directory.

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    • Constructor Detail

      • CompositeIOException

        public CompositeIOException​(String message,
                                    List<IOException> exceptions)
        Construct a new CompositeIOException where the given list of exceptions are added as suppressed exceptions to the new exception.

        If the given list of exceptions is longer than EXCEPTION_LIMIT, the list will be truncated to that length, and a message indicating the number of discarded exceptions will be appended to the original message.