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Tomcat example source code file (

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jasperexception, jasperexception, string, string, throwable, throwable

The Tomcat source code

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package org.apache.jasper;

 * Base class for all exceptions generated by the JSP engine. Makes it
 * convienient to catch just this at the top-level. 
 * @author Anil K. Vijendran
public class JasperException extends javax.servlet.ServletException {
    public JasperException(String reason) {

     * Creates a JasperException with the embedded exception and the reason for
     * throwing a JasperException
    public JasperException (String reason, Throwable exception) {
   	super(reason, exception);

     * Creates a JasperException with the embedded exception
    public JasperException (Throwable exception) {

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