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Preserve Java stack trace across threads

I am using ExecutorService to send mails asynchronously, so there is a class: That handles the sending. Any exception that gets caught is logged, for (anonymized) example: Not very helpful – I need to see the stacktrace that invoked the ExecutorService that caused all of this. My solution is to create an empty Exception and pass it into Mailer: And

Printing stack trace in JOptionPane

My question: How can i put the text e.printStackTrace prints into a JOptionPane window My code is currently as follows: excuse the poor formatting 😛 this both prints the stack trace in the command line interface(i am using terminal) and it creates a JOptionPane but NOT with the same info as e.printStackTrace(). when running my program from a jar file,

Tool to extract java stack traces from log files [closed]

Closed. This question does not meet Stack Overflow guidelines. It is not currently accepting answers. We don’t allow questions seeking recommendations for books, tools, software libraries, and more. You can edit the question so it can be answered with facts and citations. Closed 4 years ago. Improve this question Is there any tool that can extract a list of stack

How can I get the current stack trace in Java?

How do I get the current stack trace in Java, like how in .NET you can do Environment.StackTrace? I found Thread.dumpStack() but it is not what I want – I want to get the stack trace back, not print it out. Answer You can use Thread.currentThread().getStackTrace(). That returns an array of StackTraceElements that represent the current stack trace of a