Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
org.omg.CORBA.NVList

Packages that use NVList
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). 
org.omg.CORBA.portable Provides a portability layer, that is, a set of ORB APIs that makes it possible for code generated by one vendor to run on another vendor's ORB. 
 

Uses of NVList in org.omg.CORBA
 

Methods in org.omg.CORBA that return NVList
abstract  NVList Request.arguments()
          Retrieves the NVList object containing the arguments to the method being invoked.
abstract  NVList ORB.create_list(int count)
          Allocates an NVList with (probably) enough space for the specified number of NamedValue objects.
 NVList ORB.create_operation_list(Object oper)
          Creates an NVList initialized with argument descriptions for the operation described in the given OperationDef object.
abstract  NVList Context.get_values(String start_scope, int op_flags, String pattern)
          Retrieves the NamedValue objects whose name field matches the given name or name pattern.
 

Methods in org.omg.CORBA with parameters of type NVList
 Request LocalObject._create_request(Context ctx, String operation, NVList arg_list, NamedValue result)
          Throws an org.omg.CORBA.NO_IMPLEMENT exception with the message "This is a locally constrained object." This method is the default implementation of the org.omg.CORBA.Object method.
 Request Object._create_request(Context ctx, String operation, NVList arg_list, NamedValue result)
          Creates a Request instance initialized with the given context, method name, list of arguments, and container for the method's return value.
 Request LocalObject._create_request(Context ctx, String operation, NVList arg_list, NamedValue result, ExceptionList exceptions, ContextList contexts)
          Throws an org.omg.CORBA.NO_IMPLEMENT exception with the message "This is a locally constrained object." This method is the default implementation of the org.omg.CORBA.Object method.
 Request Object._create_request(Context ctx, String operation, NVList arg_list, NamedValue result, ExceptionList exclist, ContextList ctxlist)
          Creates a Request instance initialized with the given context, method name, list of arguments, container for the method's return value, list of possible exceptions, and list of context strings needing to be resolved.
 void ServerRequest.arguments(NVList args)
          Specifies method parameter types and retrieves "in" and "inout" argument values.
 void ServerRequest.params(NVList params)
          Deprecated. use the method arguments
abstract  void Context.set_values(NVList values)
          I Sets one or more property values in this Context object.
 

Uses of NVList in org.omg.CORBA.portable
 

Methods in org.omg.CORBA.portable with parameters of type NVList
 Request ObjectImpl._create_request(Context ctx, String operation, NVList arg_list, NamedValue result)
          Creates a Request object that contains the given context, method, argument list, and container for the result.
 Request ObjectImpl._create_request(Context ctx, String operation, NVList arg_list, NamedValue result, ExceptionList exceptions, ContextList contexts)
          Creates a Request object that contains the given context, method, argument list, container for the result, exceptions, and list of property names to be used in resolving the context strings.
abstract  Request Delegate.create_request(Object obj, Context ctx, String operation, NVList arg_list, NamedValue result)
          Creates a Request instance for use in the Dynamic Invocation Interface.
abstract  Request Delegate.create_request(Object obj, Context ctx, String operation, NVList arg_list, NamedValue result, ExceptionList exclist, ContextList ctxlist)
          Creates a Request instance for use in the Dynamic Invocation Interface.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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