Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
org.omg.PortableServer.ForwardRequest

Packages that use ForwardRequest
org.omg.PortableServer Provides classes and interfaces for making the server side of your applications portable across multivendor ORBs. 
 

Uses of ForwardRequest in org.omg.PortableServer
 

Methods in org.omg.PortableServer that return ForwardRequest
static ForwardRequest ForwardRequestHelper.extract(Any a)
           
static ForwardRequest ForwardRequestHelper.read(InputStream istream)
           
 

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

Methods in org.omg.PortableServer that throw ForwardRequest
 Servant _ServantActivatorStub.incarnate(byte[] oid, POA adapter)
          This operation is invoked by the POA whenever the POA receives a request for an object that is not currently active, assuming the POA has the USE_SERVANT_MANAGER and RETAIN policies.
 Servant ServantActivatorOperations.incarnate(byte[] oid, POA adapter)
          This operation is invoked by the POA whenever the POA receives a request for an object that is not currently active, assuming the POA has the USE_SERVANT_MANAGER and RETAIN policies.
 Servant _ServantLocatorStub.preinvoke(byte[] oid, POA adapter, String operation, CookieHolder the_cookie)
          This operations is used to get a servant that will be used to process the request that caused preinvoke to be called.
 Servant ServantLocatorOperations.preinvoke(byte[] oid, POA adapter, String operation, CookieHolder the_cookie)
          This operations is used to get a servant that will be used to process the request that caused preinvoke to be called.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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