Exception has been thrown while executing this method.
The close of the session 0x0 seems to have been caused by a problem in Java.
This is a common problem when you’re using a JVM that doesn’t support exception handling. By default, Java will just stop the current thread and let the caller catch the exception. When you’re using a JVM that has exception handling turned on, you’re going to get this problem. The best way to solve this is to turn off the exception handling, which will then catch the exception.
This is pretty much a general problem with Java, which is why I mentioned it last. The problem is that when Java stops a thread, it also kills any references to that thread. If you’re using Java 7, you could get the exact same problem with the default JVM. However, if you are using a more recent version of Java, you should be good to go.
It doesn’t sound like this is one of those things you should expect to see in Java, but I guess it’s possible. It’s also possible that this is a problem with the JVM that is being used to run the game. The JVM itself is known to have some issues with some threads that aren’t designed to run at any given time.
It also does happen, but not the same way.
A very good resource for this is this article by Google’s David Eppstein. That article discusses the issue and gives a working example of how to fix it.
The problem here is that the JVM is not making the same mistakes that are made by the Java environment. The JVM makes mistakes. It’s supposed to make the same mistakes that it makes when running the game in the Java environment. What is the problem here? It seems that the JVM has been misbehaving while running the game. It’s been so bad that it’s not even worth it to fix it.
One of the common ways that Java programs are allowed to crash is by throwing an IOException. That makes it clear that the program is somehow not performing as expected. An example would be if a file gets corrupted or if the program crashes due to a network error. Even if the program is not crashing, the JVM may not think it is. There is no way to tell if the JVM is crashing or not, so it is not worth fixing it.
Another important indicator of the JVM is the fact that it is not allowed to crash when it is not properly configured. In the case of a file being corrupted or corrupted if the file is being copied or corrupted, the JVM may not be able to properly configure the JVM.