GemFire 7.0.1

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Packages that use CacheException
com.gemstone.gemfire The base package of the GemFire Java product, featuring highly concurrent distributed caching with cache event delivery, OQL querying, and remote cache administration, built using a DistributedSystem which includes a DistributedLockService
com.gemstone.gemfire.cache Provides an implementation of distributed object caching that can leverage GemFire's distribution capabilities. 

Uses of CacheException in com.gemstone.gemfire

Methods in com.gemstone.gemfire that return CacheException
 CacheException GemFireCacheException.getCacheException()
          Gets the wrapped CacheException

Constructors in com.gemstone.gemfire with parameters of type CacheException
GemFireCacheException(CacheException ex)
          Creates a new GemFireCacheException.
GemFireCacheException(String message, CacheException ex)
          Creates a new GemFireCacheException.

Uses of CacheException in com.gemstone.gemfire.cache

Subclasses of CacheException in com.gemstone.gemfire.cache
 class CacheExistsException
          Thrown when attempting to create a Cache if one already exists.
 class CommitConflictException
          Thrown when a commit fails due to a write conflict.
 class CommitDistributionException
          Indicates that an attempt to notify required participants of a transaction involving one or more regions that are configured with MembershipAttributes may have failed.
 class CommitIncompleteException
          Thrown when a commit fails to complete due to errors
 class EntryExistsException
          Thrown when attempting to create a Region.Entry that already exists in the Region.
 class EntryNotFoundException
          Thrown when an operation is invoked on Region for an entry that doesn't exist in the Region.
 class RegionExistsException
          Indicates that the requested region already exists when a region is being created.
 class RemoteTransactionException
          Deprecated. as of 6.6 exceptions from a remote node are no longer wrapped in this exception. Instead of this, TransactionDataNodeHasDepartedException is thrown.
 class TransactionDataNodeHasDepartedException
          Thrown when the transactional data host has shutdown or no longer has the data being modified by the transaction.
 class TransactionDataNotColocatedException
          Indicates that an attempt was made to transactionally modify multiple keys that are not colocated on the same data host.
 class TransactionDataRebalancedException
          Thrown when a RebalanceOperation occurs concurrently with a transaction.
 class TransactionException
          This is the superclass for all Exceptions that may be thrown by a GemFire transaction.
 class TransactionInDoubtException
          This Exception is thrown in presence of node failures, when GemFire cannot know with certainty about the outcome of the transaction.

Methods in com.gemstone.gemfire.cache that throw CacheException
 Region DynamicRegionFactory.createDynamicRegion(String parentRegionName, String regionName)
          Creates the dynamic Region in the local cache and distributes the creation to other caches.
 void DynamicRegionFactory.destroyDynamicRegion(String fullRegionName)
          Destroys the dynamic Region in the local cache and distributes the destruction to other caches.

GemFire 7.0.1

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