Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

java.rmi.registry
Interface RegistryHandler


Deprecated. no replacement

@Deprecated
public interface RegistryHandler

RegistryHandler is an interface used internally by the RMI runtime in previous implementation versions. It should never be accessed by application code.

Since:
JDK1.1

Method Summary
 Registry registryImpl(int port)
          Deprecated. no replacement. As of the Java 2 platform v1.2, RMI no longer uses the RegistryHandler to obtain the registry's implementation.
 Registry registryStub(String host, int port)
          Deprecated. no replacement. As of the Java 2 platform v1.2, RMI no longer uses the RegistryHandler to obtain the registry's stub.
 

Method Detail

registryStub

@Deprecated
Registry registryStub(String host,
                                 int port)
                      throws RemoteException,
                             UnknownHostException
Deprecated. no replacement. As of the Java 2 platform v1.2, RMI no longer uses the RegistryHandler to obtain the registry's stub.

Returns a "stub" for contacting a remote registry on the specified host and port.

Parameters:
host - name of remote registry host
port - remote registry port
Returns:
remote registry stub
Throws:
RemoteException - if a remote error occurs
UnknownHostException - if unable to resolve given hostname

registryImpl

@Deprecated
Registry registryImpl(int port)
                      throws RemoteException
Deprecated. no replacement. As of the Java 2 platform v1.2, RMI no longer uses the RegistryHandler to obtain the registry's implementation.

Constructs and exports a Registry on the specified port. The port must be non-zero.

Parameters:
port - port to export registry on
Returns:
registry stub
Throws:
RemoteException - if a remote error occurs

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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