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Java AclNotFoundException Class Hierarchy Diagram

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This class extends the java.lang.Exception class. An application throws such exception when tried to make a reference to such ACL (Access Control List) which has no existence. Hierarchy of this class is shown by a diagram

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

This class extends the java.lang.Exception class. An application throws such exception when tried to make a reference to such ACL (Access Control List) which has no existence. Hierarchy of this class is shown by a diagram which is given below :

Java AclNotFoundException Class Hierarchy

Constructor Detail

Constructor
Description
AclNotFoundException() This is default constructor which creates a new AclNotFoundException object.
Syntax : public AclNotFoundException()

Method Detail

This class doesn't define its own method. Methods in this class are inherited from its parent classes.

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Posted on: December 24, 2012

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