Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Interface
org.omg.CORBA.DynAny

Packages that use DynAny
org.omg.CORBA Provides the mapping of the OMG CORBA APIs to the JavaTM programming language, including the class ORB, which is implemented so that a programmer can use it as a fully-functional Object Request Broker (ORB). 
 

Uses of DynAny in org.omg.CORBA
 

Subinterfaces of DynAny in org.omg.CORBA
 interface DynArray
          Deprecated. Use the new DynArray instead
 interface DynEnum
          Deprecated. Use the new DynEnum instead
 interface DynFixed
          Deprecated. Use the new DynFixed instead
 interface DynSequence
          Deprecated. Use the new DynSequence instead
 interface DynStruct
          Deprecated. Use the new DynStruct instead
 interface DynUnion
          Deprecated. Use the new DynUnion instead
 interface DynValue
          Deprecated. Use the new DynValue instead
 

Methods in org.omg.CORBA that return DynAny
 DynAny DynAny.copy()
          Deprecated. Clones this DynAny object.
 DynAny ORB.create_basic_dyn_any(TypeCode type)
          Deprecated. Use the new DynAnyFactory API instead
 DynAny ORB.create_dyn_any(Any value)
          Deprecated. Use the new DynAnyFactory API instead
 DynAny DynAny.current_component()
          Deprecated. Returns a DynAny object reference that can be used to get/set the value of the component currently accessed.
 DynAny DynUnion.discriminator()
          Deprecated. Returns a DynAny object reference that must be narrowed to the type of the discriminator in order to insert/get the discriminator value.
 DynAny DynUnion.member()
          Deprecated. Returns a DynAny object reference that is used in order to insert/get a member of this union.
 

Methods in org.omg.CORBA with parameters of type DynAny
 void DynAny.assign(DynAny dyn_any)
          Deprecated. Copy the contents from one Dynamic Any into another.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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