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package org.w3c.dom.ls;

/**
 *  Parser or write operations may throw an <code>LSException</code> if the 
 * processing is stopped. The processing can be stopped due to a 
 * <code>DOMError</code> with a severity of 
 * <code>DOMError.SEVERITY_FATAL_ERROR</code> or a non recovered 
 * <code>DOMError.SEVERITY_ERROR</code>, or if 
 * <code>DOMErrorHandler.handleError()</code> returned <code>false</code>. 
 * <p ><b>Note:</b>  As suggested in the definition of the constants in the 
 * <code>DOMError</code> interface, a DOM implementation may choose to 
 * continue after a fatal error, but the resulting DOM tree is then 
 * implementation dependent. 
 * <p>See also the <a href='http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-DOM-Level-3-LS-20040407'>Document Object Model (DOM) Level 3 Load
and Save Specification</a>.
 */
public class LSException extends RuntimeException {
    public LSException(short code, String message) {
       super(message);
       this.code = code;
    }
    public short   code;
    // LSExceptionCode
    /**
     *  If an attempt was made to load a document, or an XML Fragment, using 
     * <code>LSParser</code> and the processing has been stopped. 
     */
    public static final short PARSE_ERR                 = 81;
    /**
     *  If an attempt was made to serialize a <code>Node</code> using 
     * <code>LSSerializer</code> and the processing has been stopped. 
     */
    public static final short SERIALIZE_ERR             = 82;

}
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