Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

org.omg.PortableServer.portable
Interface Delegate


public interface Delegate

The portability package contains interfaces and classes that are designed for and intended to be used by ORB implementor. It exposes the publicly defined APIs that are used to connect stubs and skeletons to the ORB. The Delegate interface provides the ORB vendor specific implementation of PortableServer::Servant. Conformant to spec CORBA V2.3.1, ptc/00-01-08.pdf


Method Summary
 POA default_POA(Servant Self)
          The default behavior of this function is to return the root POA from the ORB instance associated with the servant.
 Object get_interface_def(Servant self)
          This operation returns an object in the Interface Repository which provides type information that may be useful to a program.
 boolean is_a(Servant Self, String Repository_Id)
          This method checks to see if the specified repid is present on the list returned by _all_interfaces() or is the repository id for the generic CORBA Object.
 boolean non_existent(Servant Self)
          This operation is used to check for the existence of the Object.
 byte[] object_id(Servant Self)
          The method _object_id() is equivalent to calling PortableServer::Current::get_object_id.
 ORB orb(Servant Self)
          Convenience method that returns the instance of the ORB currently associated with the Servant.
 POA poa(Servant Self)
          The method _poa() is equivalent to calling PortableServer::Current:get_POA.
 Object this_object(Servant Self)
          This allows the servant to obtain the object reference for the target CORBA Object it is incarnating for that request.
 

Method Detail

orb

ORB orb(Servant Self)
Convenience method that returns the instance of the ORB currently associated with the Servant.

Parameters:
Self - the servant.
Returns:
ORB associated with the Servant.

this_object

Object this_object(Servant Self)
This allows the servant to obtain the object reference for the target CORBA Object it is incarnating for that request.

Parameters:
Self - the servant.
Returns:
Object reference associated with the request.

poa

POA poa(Servant Self)
The method _poa() is equivalent to calling PortableServer::Current:get_POA.

Parameters:
Self - the servant.
Returns:
POA associated with the servant.

object_id

byte[] object_id(Servant Self)
The method _object_id() is equivalent to calling PortableServer::Current::get_object_id.

Parameters:
Self - the servant.
Returns:
ObjectId associated with this servant.

default_POA

POA default_POA(Servant Self)
The default behavior of this function is to return the root POA from the ORB instance associated with the servant.

Parameters:
Self - the servant.
Returns:
POA associated with the servant class.

is_a

boolean is_a(Servant Self,
             String Repository_Id)
This method checks to see if the specified repid is present on the list returned by _all_interfaces() or is the repository id for the generic CORBA Object.

Parameters:
Self - the servant.
Repository_Id - the repository_id to be checked in the repository list or against the id of generic CORBA object.
Returns:
boolean indicating whether the specified repid is in the list or is same as that got generic CORBA object.

non_existent

boolean non_existent(Servant Self)
This operation is used to check for the existence of the Object.

Parameters:
Self - the servant.
Returns:
boolean true to indicate that object does not exist, and false otherwise.

get_interface_def

Object get_interface_def(Servant self)
This operation returns an object in the Interface Repository which provides type information that may be useful to a program.

Parameters:
self - the servant.
Returns:
type information corresponding to the object.

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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