This paper investigates the Schwarz problem. Initially, the focus lies on analyzing the problem for the first, second orders. Subsequently, attention shifts towards studying the same problem for equations of higher order. In the realm of second-order equations, the Schwarz problem is specifically examined for some operators; Laplace, Bitsadze and its complex conjugate. The findings demonstrate that the Schwarz problem for an n-order equation, when equipped with solely one boundary condition, exhibits an infinite number of solutions. However, by incorporating additional boundary conditions, it becomes feasible to obtain a unique solution for problem concerning n-order equations, effectively rendering it a well-posed problem.