use ResourcePool::Command::NoFailoverException; my $ex = ResourcePool::Command::NoFailoverException->new($rootException);
This exception can be thrown by commands to indicate a logical failure of the execution. If the execution environment fetches an NoFailoverException it directly propagates it to it's caller without any retry or fail over.
Takes the original exception which cause the failure. This exception is accessible to the client using the rootException() method.
This method returns the exception which cause the execute to fail.
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