Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

org.omg.DynamicAny
Interface DynSequenceOperations

All Superinterfaces:
DynAnyOperations
All Known Subinterfaces:
DynSequence
All Known Implementing Classes:
_DynSequenceStub

public interface DynSequenceOperations
extends DynAnyOperations

DynSequence objects support the manipulation of IDL sequences.


Method Summary
 DynAny[] get_elements_as_dyn_any()
          Returns the DynAnys representing the elements of the sequence.
 Any[] get_elements()
          Returns the elements of the sequence.
 int get_length()
          Returns the current length of the sequence.
 void set_elements_as_dyn_any(DynAny[] value)
          Sets the elements of a sequence using DynAnys.
 void set_elements(Any[] value)
          Sets the elements of a sequence.
 void set_length(int len)
          Sets the length of the sequence.
 
Methods inherited from interface org.omg.DynamicAny.DynAnyOperations
assign, component_count, copy, current_component, destroy, equal, from_any, get_any, get_boolean, get_char, get_double, get_dyn_any, get_float, get_long, get_longlong, get_octet, get_reference, get_short, get_string, get_typecode, get_ulong, get_ulonglong, get_ushort, get_val, get_wchar, get_wstring, insert_any, insert_boolean, insert_char, insert_double, insert_dyn_any, insert_float, insert_long, insert_longlong, insert_octet, insert_reference, insert_short, insert_string, insert_typecode, insert_ulong, insert_ulonglong, insert_ushort, insert_val, insert_wchar, insert_wstring, next, rewind, seek, to_any, type
 

Method Detail

get_length

int get_length()
Returns the current length of the sequence.


set_length

void set_length(int len)
                throws InvalidValue
Sets the length of the sequence. Increasing the length of a sequence adds new elements at the tail without affecting the values of already existing elements. Newly added elements are default-initialized. Increasing the length of a sequence sets the current position to the first newly-added element if the previous current position was -1. Otherwise, if the previous current position was not -1, the current position is not affected. Decreasing the length of a sequence removes elements from the tail without affecting the value of those elements that remain. The new current position after decreasing the length of a sequence is determined as follows:

Throws:
InvalidValue - if this is a bounded sequence and len is larger than the bound

get_elements

Any[] get_elements()
Returns the elements of the sequence.


set_elements

void set_elements(Any[] value)
                  throws TypeMismatch,
                         InvalidValue
Sets the elements of a sequence. The length of the DynSequence is set to the length of value. The current position is set to zero if value has non-zero length and to -1 if value is a zero-length sequence.

Throws:
TypeMismatch - if value contains one or more elements whose TypeCode is not equivalent to the element TypeCode of the DynSequence
InvalidValue - if the length of value exceeds the bound of a bounded sequence

get_elements_as_dyn_any

DynAny[] get_elements_as_dyn_any()
Returns the DynAnys representing the elements of the sequence.


set_elements_as_dyn_any

void set_elements_as_dyn_any(DynAny[] value)
                             throws TypeMismatch,
                                    InvalidValue
Sets the elements of a sequence using DynAnys. The length of the DynSequence is set to the length of value. The current position is set to zero if value has non-zero length and to -1 if value is a zero-length sequence.

Throws:
TypeMismatch - if value contains one or more elements whose TypeCode is not equivalent to the element TypeCode of the DynSequence
InvalidValue - if the length of value exceeds the bound of a bounded sequence

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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