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 * This exception is raised if there is a serious issue that occurs during parsing of a Json
 * string.  One of the main usages for this class is for the Gson infrastructure.  If the incoming
 * Json is bad/malicious, an instance of this exception is raised.

This exception is a [email protected] RuntimeException} because it is exposed to the client. Using a * [email protected] RuntimeException} avoids bad coding practices on the client side where they catch the * exception and do nothing. It is often the case that you want to blow up if there is a parsing * error (i.e. often clients do not know how to recover from a [email protected] JsonParseException}.

* * @author Inderjeet Singh * @author Joel Leitch */ public class JsonParseException extends RuntimeException { static final long serialVersionUID = -4086729973971783390L; /** * Creates exception with the specified message. If you are wrapping another exception, consider * using [email protected] #JsonParseException(String, Throwable)} instead. * * @param msg error message describing a possible cause of this exception. */ public JsonParseException(String msg) { super(msg); } /** * Creates exception with the specified message and cause. * * @param msg error message describing what happened. * @param cause root exception that caused this exception to be thrown. */ public JsonParseException(String msg, Throwable cause) { super(msg, cause); } /** * Creates exception with the specified cause. Consider using * [email protected] #JsonParseException(String, Throwable)} instead if you can describe what happened. * * @param cause root exception that caused this exception to be thrown. */ public JsonParseException(Throwable cause) { super(cause); } }