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class:ObjID [CHANGED]

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Serializable

    public final class ObjID
    extends Object
    implements Serializable
    
    An ObjID is used to identify a remote object exported to an RMI runtime. When a remote object is exported, it is assigned an object identifier either implicitly or explicitly, depending on the API used to export.

    The ObjID() constructor can be used to generate a unique object identifier. Such an ObjID is unique over time with respect to the host it is generated on. The ObjID(int) constructor can be used to create a "well-known" object identifier. The scope of a well-known ObjID depends on the RMI runtime it is exported to.

    An ObjID instance contains an object number (of type long) and an address space identifier (of type UID). In a unique ObjID, the address space identifier is unique with respect to a given host over time. In a well-known ObjID, the address space identifier is equivalent to one returned by invoking the UID(short) constructor with the value zero.

    If the system property java.rmi.server.randomIDsis defined to equal the string "true" (case insensitive), then the ObjID() constructor will use a cryptographically strong random number generator to choose the object number of the returned ObjID.

    Since:
    1.1
    See Also:
    Serialized Form
  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Serializable

    public final class ObjID
    extends Object
    implements Serializable
    
    An ObjID is used to identify a remote object exported to an RMI runtime. When a remote object is exported, it is assigned an object identifier either implicitly or explicitly, depending on the API used to export.

    The ObjID() constructor can be used to generate a unique object identifier. Such an ObjID is unique over time with respect to the host it is generated on. The ObjID(int) constructor can be used to create a "well-known" object identifier. The scope of a well-known ObjID depends on the RMI runtime it is exported to.

    An ObjID instance contains an object number (of type long) and an address space identifier (of type UID). In a unique ObjID, the address space identifier is unique with respect to a given host over time. In a well-known ObjID, the address space identifier is equivalent to one returned by invoking the UID(short) constructor with the value zero.

    If the system property java.rmi.server.randomIDs is defined to equal the string "true" (case insensitive), then the ObjID() constructor will use a cryptographically strong random number generator to choose the object number of the returned ObjID.

    Since:
    1.1
    See Also:
    Serialized Form
  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Serializable

    public final class ObjID
    extends Object
    implements Serializable
    
    An ObjID is used to identify a remote object exported to an RMI runtime. When a remote object is exported, it is assigned an object identifier either implicitly or explicitly, depending on the API used to export.

    The ObjID() constructor can be used to generate a unique object identifier. Such an ObjID is unique over time with respect to the host it is generated on. The ObjID(int) constructor can be used to create a "well-known" object identifier. The scope of a well-known ObjID depends on the RMI runtime it is exported to.

    An ObjID instance contains an object number (of type long) and an address space identifier (of type UID). In a unique ObjID, the address space identifier is unique with respect to a given host over time. In a well-known ObjID, the address space identifier is equivalent to one returned by invoking the UID(short) constructor with the value zero.

    If the system property is defined to equal the string "true" (case insensitive), then the ObjID() constructor will use a cryptographically strong random number generator to choose the object number of the returned ObjID.

    Since:
    1.1
    See Also:
    Serialized Form

field:REGISTRY_ID [NONE]

  • REGISTRY_ID

    public static final int REGISTRY_ID
    Object number for well-known ObjID of the registry.
    See Also:
    Constant Field Values

field:ACTIVATOR_ID [NONE]

  • ACTIVATOR_ID

    public static final int ACTIVATOR_ID
    Object number for well-known ObjID of the activator.
    See Also:
    Constant Field Values

field:DGC_ID [NONE]

  • DGC_ID

    public static final int DGC_ID
    Object number for well-known ObjID of the distributed garbage collector.
    See Also:
    Constant Field Values

constructor:<init>() [NONE]

  • ObjID

    public ObjID()
    Generates a unique object identifier.

    If the system property java.rmi.server.randomIDs is defined to equal the string "true" (case insensitive), then this constructor will use a cryptographically strong random number generator to choose the object number of the returned ObjID.

constructor:<init>(int) [NONE]

  • ObjID

    public ObjID​(int objNum)
    Creates a "well-known" object identifier.

    An ObjID created via this constructor will not clash with any ObjIDs generated via the no-arg constructor.

    Parameters:
    objNum - object number for well-known object identifier

method:write(java.io.ObjectOutput) [NONE]

  • write

    public void write​(ObjectOutput out)
               throws IOException
    
    Marshals a binary representation of this ObjID to an ObjectOutput instance.

    Specifically, this method first invokes the given stream's DataOutput.writeLong(long) method with this object identifier's object number, and then it writes its address space identifier by invoking its UID.write(DataOutput) method with the stream.

    Parameters:
    out - the ObjectOutput instance to write this ObjID to
    Throws:
    IOException - if an I/O error occurs while performing this operation

method:read(java.io.ObjectInput) [NONE]

  • read

    public static ObjID read​(ObjectInput in)
                      throws IOException
    
    Constructs and returns a new ObjID instance by unmarshalling a binary representation from an ObjectInput instance.

    Specifically, this method first invokes the given stream's DataInput.readLong() method to read an object number, then it invokes UID.read(DataInput) with the stream to read an address space identifier, and then it creates and returns a new ObjID instance that contains the object number and address space identifier that were read from the stream.

    Parameters:
    in - the ObjectInput instance to read ObjID from
    Returns:
    unmarshalled ObjID instance
    Throws:
    IOException - if an I/O error occurs while performing this operation

method:hashCode() [NONE]

method:equals(java.lang.Object) [NONE]

  • equals

    public boolean equals​(Object obj)
    Compares the specified object with this ObjID for equality. This method returns true if and only if the specified object is an ObjID instance with the same object number and address space identifier as this one.
    Overrides:
    equals in class Object
    Parameters:
    obj - the object to compare this ObjID to
    Returns:
    true if the given object is equivalent to this one, and false otherwise
    See Also:
    Object.hashCode(), HashMap

method:toString() [NONE]

  • toString

    public String toString()
    Returns a string representation of this object identifier.
    Overrides:
    toString in class Object
    Returns:
    a string representation of this object identifier

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