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package org.springframework.binding.method;
Base class for exceptions that report a method invocation failure.

Author(s):
Keith Donald
public class MethodInvocationException extends RuntimeException {

The method signature. Transient because a MethodSignature is not Serializable.
	private transient MethodSignature methodSignature;

The method invocation argument values. Transient because we cannot guarantee that the arguments are Serializable.
	private transient Object[] arguments;

Signals that the method with the specified signature could not be invoked with the provided arguments.

Parameters:
methodSignature the method signature
arguments the arguments
cause the root cause
	public MethodInvocationException(MethodSignature methodSignatureObject[] argumentsThrowable cause) {
		super("Unable to invoke method " + methodSignature + " with arguments " + StylerUtils.style(arguments), cause);
		this. = methodSignature;
		this. = arguments;
	}

Returns the invoked method's signature.
	}

Returns the method invocation arguments.
	public Object[] getArguments() {
		return ;
	}

Returns the target root cause exception of the method invocation failure.

Returns:
the target throwable
		Throwable targetException = getCause();
		while (targetException instanceof InvocationTargetException) {
			targetException = ((InvocationTargetExceptiontargetException).getTargetException();
		}
		return targetException;
	}
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