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object Failure extends Serializable

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  1. final def !=(arg0: Any): Boolean
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  2. final def ##(): Int
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  3. final def ==(arg0: Any): Boolean
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  4. val FutureRetryableNackFailure: Future[Nothing]

    Representation of a future nack response that is retryable

  5. val Interrupted: Long

    Flag interrupted indicates that the error was caused due to an interruption.

    Flag interrupted indicates that the error was caused due to an interruption. (e.g., by invoking Future.raise.)

  6. val NonRetryable: Long

    Flag nonretryable indicates that the action that caused this failure should not be re-issued.

    Flag nonretryable indicates that the action that caused this failure should not be re-issued. This failure should be propagated back along the call chain as far as possible.

  7. val NonRetryableNackFailure: Failure

    Representation of a nack response that is non-retryable

  8. val Rejected: Long

    Flag rejected indicates that the work was rejected and therefore cannot be completed.

    Flag rejected indicates that the work was rejected and therefore cannot be completed. This may indicate an overload condition.

  9. val Restartable: Long

    Flag restartable indicates that the action that caused the failure is restartable -- that is, it is safe to simply re-issue the action.

  10. val RetryableNackFailure: Failure

    Representation of a nack response that is retryable

  11. val Wrapped: Long

    Flag wrapped indicates that this failure was wrapped, and should not be presented to the user (directly, or via stats).

    Flag wrapped indicates that this failure was wrapped, and should not be presented to the user (directly, or via stats). Rather, it must first be unwrapped: the inner cause is the presentable failure.

  12. def adapt(exc: Throwable, flags: Long): Failure

    Adapt an exception.

    Adapt an exception. If the passed-in exception is already a failure, this returns a chained failure with the assigned flags. If it is not, it returns a new failure with the given flags.

  13. def apply(why: String): Failure

    Create a new failure with the given message; no flags.

  14. def apply(why: String, flags: Long): Failure

    Create a new failure with the given message and flags.

  15. def apply(why: String, cause: Throwable): Failure

    Create a new failure with the given message and cause; no flags.

  16. def apply(why: String, cause: Throwable, flags: Long): Failure

    Create a new failure with the given message, cause, and flags.

  17. def apply(cause: Throwable): Failure

    Create a new failure with the given cause; no flags.

  18. def apply(cause: Throwable, flags: Long, logLevel: Level = Level.WARNING): Failure

    Create a new failure with the given cause and flags.

  19. final def asInstanceOf[T0]: T0
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  20. def clone(): AnyRef
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  21. final def eq(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean
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  22. def equals(arg0: Any): Boolean
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  23. def finalize(): Unit
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  24. def flagsOf(exc: Throwable): Set[String]

    Expose flags as strings, used for stats reporting

  25. final def getClass(): Class[_]
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  26. def hashCode(): Int
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  27. final def isInstanceOf[T0]: Boolean
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  28. def module[Req, Rep]: Stackable[ServiceFactory[Req, Rep]]

    A module to strip out dangerous flags.

  29. final def ne(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean
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  30. final def notify(): Unit
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  31. final def notifyAll(): Unit
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  32. def rejected(why: String, cause: Throwable): Failure

    Create a new Restartable and Rejected failure with the given message and cause.

  33. def rejected(cause: Throwable): Failure

    Create a new Restartable and Rejected failure with the given cause.

  34. def rejected(why: String): Failure

    Create a new Restartable and Rejected failure with the given message.

  35. val rejected: Failure

    A default Restartable failure.

  36. val role: Role
  37. final def synchronized[T0](arg0: ⇒ T0): T0
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  38. def toString(): String
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  39. def unapply(exc: Failure): Option[Option[Throwable]]

    Extractor for Failure; returns its cause.

  40. final def wait(): Unit
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  41. final def wait(arg0: Long, arg1: Int): Unit
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  42. final def wait(arg0: Long): Unit
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  43. def wrap(exc: Throwable): Failure

    Create a new wrapped Failure with no flags.

    Create a new wrapped Failure with no flags. If the passed-in exception is a failure, it is simply extended, otherwise a new Failure is created.

  44. def wrap(exc: Throwable, flags: Long): Failure

    Create a new wrapped Failure with the given flags.

    Create a new wrapped Failure with the given flags. If the passed-in exception is a failure, it is simply extended, otherwise a new Failure is created.

  45. object Source extends Enumeration

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