Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class

Packages that use AdapterInactive
org.omg.PortableServer Provides classes and interfaces for making the server side of your applications portable across multivendor ORBs. 
org.omg.PortableServer.POAManagerPackage Encapsulates the processing state of the POAs it is associated with. 

Uses of AdapterInactive in org.omg.PortableServer

Methods in org.omg.PortableServer that throw AdapterInactive
 void POAManagerOperations.activate()
          This operation changes the state of the POA manager to active, causing associated POAs to start processing requests.
 void POAManagerOperations.deactivate(boolean etherealize_objects, boolean wait_for_completion)
          This operation changes the state of the POA manager to inactive, causing associated POAs to reject the requests that have not begun executing as well as as any new requests.
 void POAManagerOperations.discard_requests(boolean wait_for_completion)
          This operation changes the state of the POA manager to discarding.
 void POAManagerOperations.hold_requests(boolean wait_for_completion)
          This operation changes the state of the POA manager to holding, causing associated POAs to queue incoming requests.

Uses of AdapterInactive in org.omg.PortableServer.POAManagerPackage

Methods in org.omg.PortableServer.POAManagerPackage that return AdapterInactive
static AdapterInactive AdapterInactiveHelper.extract(Any a)
static AdapterInactive istream)

Methods in org.omg.PortableServer.POAManagerPackage with parameters of type AdapterInactive
static void AdapterInactiveHelper.insert(Any a, AdapterInactive that)
static void AdapterInactiveHelper.write(OutputStream ostream, AdapterInactive value)

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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