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A single state change can result in multiple state change exceptions (one per thread operating against the environment). Each exception is associated with the event that provoked the exception. The application can use this association to ensure that each such event is processed just once.
/* Null if the event is not available. */
super(locker, (locker != null),
super(null, false, message, reason);
return (event != null) ?
" The node transitioned to this state at:" +
"Node state inconsistent with operation";
(cause != null) ? cause.stateChangeEvent : null;