Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

org.omg.PortableServer
Interface POA

All Superinterfaces:
IDLEntity, Object, POAOperations, Serializable

public interface POA
extends POAOperations, Object, IDLEntity

A POA object manages the implementation of a collection of objects. The POA supports a name space for the objects, which are identified by Object Ids. A POA also provides a name space for POAs. A POA is created as a child of an existing POA, which forms a hierarchy starting with the root POA. A POA object must not be exported to other processes, or externalized with ORB::object_to_string.


Method Summary
 
Methods inherited from interface org.omg.PortableServer.POAOperations
activate_object_with_id, activate_object, create_id_assignment_policy, create_id_uniqueness_policy, create_implicit_activation_policy, create_lifespan_policy, create_POA, create_reference_with_id, create_reference, create_request_processing_policy, create_servant_retention_policy, create_thread_policy, deactivate_object, destroy, find_POA, get_servant_manager, get_servant, id_to_reference, id_to_servant, id, reference_to_id, reference_to_servant, servant_to_id, servant_to_reference, set_servant_manager, set_servant, the_activator, the_activator, the_children, the_name, the_parent, the_POAManager
 
Methods inherited from interface org.omg.CORBA.Object
_create_request, _create_request, _duplicate, _get_domain_managers, _get_interface_def, _get_policy, _hash, _is_a, _is_equivalent, _non_existent, _release, _request, _set_policy_override
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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