|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Returns the arguments of the foreign object access that were not supported by the
addSuppressed, getLocalizedMessage, getMessage, getStackTrace, getSuppressed, initCause, printStackTrace, printStackTrace, printStackTrace, setStackTrace, toString
public Object getSuppliedValues()
public static UnsupportedTypeException create(Object suppliedValues, String hint)
public static UnsupportedTypeException create(Object suppliedValues, String hint, Throwable cause)
UnsupportedTypeExceptionto indicate that an argument type is not supported.
In addition a cause may be provided. The cause should only be set if the guest language code
caused this problem. An example for this is a language specific proxy mechanism that invokes
guest language code to describe an object. If the guest language code fails to execute and
this interop exception is a valid interpretation of the error, then the error should be
provided as cause. The cause can then be used by the source language as new exception cause
InteropException is translated to a source language error. If the
InteropException is discarded, then the cause will most likely get discarded by the
source language as well. Note that the cause must be of type
AbstractTruffleException otherwise an
IllegalArgumentException is thrown.
This method is designed to be used in
cause- the guest language exception that caused the error.