command_error Class Reference
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Public Member Functions

 command_error (const string &command, const string &response, const string &desc="", const exception &other=NO_EXCEPTION)
 ~command_error () throw ()
const stringcommand () const
const stringresponse () const
exceptionclone () const
const char * name () const throw ()
- Public Member Functions inherited from net_exception
 net_exception (const string &what, const exception &other=NO_EXCEPTION)
 ~net_exception () throw ()
- Public Member Functions inherited from exception
 exception (const string &what, const exception &other=NO_EXCEPTION)
 exception (const exception &e)
virtual ~exception () throw ()
void chainException (const exception &other)
const exceptionother () const throw ()

Detailed Description

Command error: operation failed (this is specific to the underlying protocol).

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

command_error ( const string command,
const string response,
const string desc = "",
const exception other = NO_EXCEPTION 

Referenced by command_error::clone().

~command_error ( )
throw (

Member Function Documentation

exception * clone ( ) const

Clone this object.

a new copy of this object

Reimplemented from net_exception.

Reimplemented in SMTPCommandError.

References command_error::command_error().

const string & command ( ) const

Return the name of the command which have thrown the exception.

This is protocol-dependent.

command name (protocol-dependent)
const char * name ( ) const
throw (

Return a name identifying the exception.

exception name

Reimplemented from net_exception.

Reimplemented in SMTPCommandError.

const string & response ( ) const

Return the invalid response line.

The meaning is protocol-dependent.

response line (protocol-dependent)

Referenced by POP3Message::extract().

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