public class _ServantLocatorStub extends ObjectImpl implements ServantLocator
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Retrieves a string array containing the repository identifiers supported by this
This operation is invoked whenener a servant completes a request.
This operations is used to get a servant that will be used to process the request that caused preinvoke to be called.
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public static final Class _opsClass
public Servant preinvoke(byte oid, POA adapter, String operation, CookieHolder the_cookie) throws ForwardRequest
oid- the object id associated with object on which the request was made.
adapter- the reference for POA in which the object is being activated.
operation- the operation name.
the_cookie- an opaque value that can be set by the servant manager to be used during postinvoke.
ForwardRequest- to indicate to the ORB that it is responsible for delivering the current request and subsequent requests to the object denoted in the forward_reference member of the exception.
public void postinvoke(byte oid, POA adapter, String operation, Object the_cookie, Servant the_servant)
oid- the object id ssociated with object on which the request was made.
adapter- the reference for POA in which the object was active.
the_cookie- an opaque value that contains the data set by preinvoke.
the_servant- reference to the servant that is associated with the object.
public String _ids()
ObjectImplobject. For example, for a stub, this method returns information about all the interfaces supported by the stub.
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