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A class which is used to wrap an Exception of any type thrown by an asynchronous service operation and which is returned through a separate one-way message sent asynchronously from the server to the client.
 public class AsyncFaultWrapper {
 	private String faultClassName = null;
 	private String faultMessage = null;
 	private AsyncFaultWrapper containedFault = null;
 	public AsyncFaultWrapper() {

Constructor which creates an AsyncFaultWrapper which wraps the supplied Throwable

e - a Throwable which is wrapped by this AsyncFaultWrapper
 	public AsyncFaultWrapperThrowable e ) {
 		storeFaulte );

Stores a given Throwable in this AsyncFaultWrapper If the supplied Throwable itself contains an embedded Throwable ("cause"), this is recursively wrapped by a nested AsyncFaultWrapper

e - the Throwable
 	public void storeFaultThrowable e ) {
 		Throwable cause = e.getCause();
 		ifcause != null ) setContainedFaultnew AsyncFaultWrappercause ) );

Retrieves the Throwable wrapped by this AsyncFaultWrapper Note: When this method is invoked, the method attempts to instantiate an instance of the wrapped Throwable. It does this using the Thread Context Class Loader (TCCL) - the caller *MUST* ensure that the TCCL has access to the class of the wrapped Throwable and also to the classes of any nested Throwables. If this is not done, a ClassNotFound exception is thrown

- the Throwable wrapped by this AsyncFaultWrapper - the Throwable will contain any nested Throwable(s) in its cause property
ClassNotFound exception, if the class of the wrapped Throwable is not accessible from the TCCL
 	public Throwable retrieveFault( ) {
 		try {
 			Class<?> faultClass = tccl.loadClass();
 			Class<Throwablexclass = (Class<Throwable>) faultClass
 			if != null ) {
 				// If there is a nested fault, retrieve this recursively
 				Constructor cons = xclass.getConstructor(String.classThrowable.class);
 			} else {
 				Constructor cons = xclass.getConstructor(String.class);
 				return (Throwablecons.newInstance();
 			} // end if
 		} catch (Exception e) {
 			return e;
 		} // end try
 	} // end method retrieveFault
 	public void setFaultClassNameString name ) { this. = name; }
 	public String getFaultClassName() { return this.; }
 	public String getFaultMessage() { return ; }
 	public void setFaultMessage(String faultMessage) { this. = faultMessage; }
	public void setContainedFault(AsyncFaultWrapper containedFault) { this. = containedFault; }
// end class AsyncFaultWrapper
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