The UnsupportedCrypto exception class describes an exception associated with finding a request for a cipher that is not supported by the hardware. This is purely a machine configuration issue: if the machine involved is configured to support the cipher required by the method, no exception is thrown.
To produce an UnsupportedCrypto exception yourself, you typically use a SOUL Throw statement with an UnsupportedCrypto New constructor. This statement must be issued from within a method, and it can only be caught by the code that calls the method. For example, the following statement throws an UnsupportedCrypto exception:
The UnsupportedCrypto methods
The following are the available UnsupportedCrypto class methods.
|New||Create a new UnsupportedCrypto object|
The methods in the class are described in the subsections that follow. In addition:
- Notation conventions for methods has information about the conventions followed.
- UnsupportedCrypto methods syntax is a single page that contains the syntax diagrams of all the methods in the class.
Create a new UnsupportedCrypto object (UnsupportedCrypto class)
This Constructor generates an instance of an UnsupportedCrypto exception. As shown below, the New method takes no arguments.
%unsupportedCrypto = [%(UnsupportedCrypto):]New
|%unsupportedCrypto||A reference to an instance of an UnsupportedCrypto object.|
|[%(UnsupportedCrypto):]||The class name in parentheses denotes a Constructor.|