Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.naming.RefAddr

Packages that use RefAddr
javax.naming Provides the classes and interfaces for accessing naming services. 
 

Uses of RefAddr in javax.naming
 

Subclasses of RefAddr in javax.naming
 class BinaryRefAddr
          This class represents the binary form of the address of a communications end-point.
 class StringRefAddr
          This class represents the string form of the address of a communications end-point.
 

Fields in javax.naming with type parameters of type RefAddr
protected  Vector<RefAddr> Reference.addrs
          Contains the addresses contained in this Reference.
 

Methods in javax.naming that return RefAddr
 RefAddr Reference.get(int posn)
          Retrieves the address at index posn.
 RefAddr Reference.get(String addrType)
          Retrieves the first address that has the address type 'addrType'.
 

Methods in javax.naming that return types with arguments of type RefAddr
 Enumeration<RefAddr> Reference.getAll()
          Retrieves an enumeration of the addresses in this reference.
 

Methods in javax.naming with parameters of type RefAddr
 void Reference.add(int posn, RefAddr addr)
          Adds an address to the list of addresses at index posn.
 void Reference.add(RefAddr addr)
          Adds an address to the end of the list of addresses.
 

Constructors in javax.naming with parameters of type RefAddr
Reference(String className, RefAddr addr)
          Constructs a new reference for an object with class name 'className' and an address.
Reference(String className, RefAddr addr, String factory, String factoryLocation)
          Constructs a new reference for an object with class name 'className', the class name and location of the object's factory, and the address for the object.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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