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25  
26  
27  package javax.naming;
28  
29  import javax.naming.Name;
30  
31  /**
32    * This exception is thrown when a method
33    * terminates abnormally due to a user or system specified limit.
34    * This is different from a InsufficientResourceException in that
35    * LimitExceededException is due to a user/system specified limit.
36    * For example, running out of memory to complete the request would
37    * be an insufficient resource. The client asking for 10 answers and
38    * getting back 11 is a size limit exception.
39    *<p>
40    * Examples of these limits include client and server configuration
41    * limits such as size, time, number of hops, etc.
42    * <p>
43    * Synchronization and serialization issues that apply to NamingException
44    * apply directly here.
45    *
46    * @author Rosanna Lee
47    * @author Scott Seligman
48    * @since 1.3
49    */
50  
51  public class LimitExceededException extends NamingException {
52      /**
53       * Constructs a new instance of LimitExceededException with
54        * all name resolution fields and explanation initialized to null.
55       */
56      public LimitExceededException() {
57          super();
58      }
59  
60      /**
61       * Constructs a new instance of LimitExceededException using an
62       * explanation. All other fields default to null.
63       * @param explanation Possibly null detail about this exception.
64       * @see java.lang.Throwable#getMessage
65       */
66      public LimitExceededException(String explanation) {
67          super(explanation);
68      }
69  
70      /**
71       * Use serialVersionUID from JNDI 1.1.1 for interoperability
72       */
73      private static final long serialVersionUID = -776898738660207856L;
74  }