org.omg.IOP.ServiceContextHelper Java Examples

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Example #1
Source Project: jdk1.8-source-analysis   Author: raysonfang   File: RequestInfoImpl.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Utility method to look up a service context with the given id and
 * convert it to an IOP.ServiceContext.  Uses the given HashMap as
 * a cache.  If not found in cache, the result is inserted in the cache.
 */
protected org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext
    getServiceContext ( HashMap cachedServiceContexts,
                        ServiceContexts serviceContexts, int id )
{
    org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext result = null;
    Integer integerId = new Integer( id );

    // Search cache first:
    result = (org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext)
        cachedServiceContexts.get( integerId );

    // null could normally mean that either we cached the value null
    // or it's not in the cache.  However, there is no way for us to
    // cache the value null in the following code.
    if( result == null ) {
        // Not in cache.  Find it and put in cache.
        // Get the desired "core" service context.
        com.sun.corba.se.spi.servicecontext.ServiceContext context =
            serviceContexts.get( id );
        if (context == null)
            throw stdWrapper.invalidServiceContextId() ;

        // Convert the "core" service context to an
        // "IOP" ServiceContext by writing it to a
        // CDROutputStream and reading it back.
        EncapsOutputStream out =
            sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(myORB);

        context.write( out, GIOPVersion.V1_2 );
        InputStream inputStream = out.create_input_stream();
        result = ServiceContextHelper.read( inputStream );

        cachedServiceContexts.put( integerId, result );
    }

    // Good citizen: For increased efficiency, we assume that interceptors
    // will not modify the returned ServiceContext.  Otherwise, we would
    // have to make a deep copy.

    return result;
}
 
Example #2
Source Project: TencentKona-8   Author: Tencent   File: RequestInfoImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Utility method to look up a service context with the given id and
 * convert it to an IOP.ServiceContext.  Uses the given HashMap as
 * a cache.  If not found in cache, the result is inserted in the cache.
 */
protected org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext
    getServiceContext ( HashMap cachedServiceContexts,
                        ServiceContexts serviceContexts, int id )
{
    org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext result = null;
    Integer integerId = new Integer( id );

    // Search cache first:
    result = (org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext)
        cachedServiceContexts.get( integerId );

    // null could normally mean that either we cached the value null
    // or it's not in the cache.  However, there is no way for us to
    // cache the value null in the following code.
    if( result == null ) {
        // Not in cache.  Find it and put in cache.
        // Get the desired "core" service context.
        com.sun.corba.se.spi.servicecontext.ServiceContext context =
            serviceContexts.get( id );
        if (context == null)
            throw stdWrapper.invalidServiceContextId() ;

        // Convert the "core" service context to an
        // "IOP" ServiceContext by writing it to a
        // CDROutputStream and reading it back.
        EncapsOutputStream out =
            sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(myORB);

        context.write( out, GIOPVersion.V1_2 );
        InputStream inputStream = out.create_input_stream();
        result = ServiceContextHelper.read( inputStream );

        cachedServiceContexts.put( integerId, result );
    }

    // Good citizen: For increased efficiency, we assume that interceptors
    // will not modify the returned ServiceContext.  Otherwise, we would
    // have to make a deep copy.

    return result;
}
 
Example #3
Source Project: jdk8u60   Author: chenghanpeng   File: RequestInfoImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Utility method to look up a service context with the given id and
 * convert it to an IOP.ServiceContext.  Uses the given HashMap as
 * a cache.  If not found in cache, the result is inserted in the cache.
 */
protected org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext
    getServiceContext ( HashMap cachedServiceContexts,
                        ServiceContexts serviceContexts, int id )
{
    org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext result = null;
    Integer integerId = new Integer( id );

    // Search cache first:
    result = (org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext)
        cachedServiceContexts.get( integerId );

    // null could normally mean that either we cached the value null
    // or it's not in the cache.  However, there is no way for us to
    // cache the value null in the following code.
    if( result == null ) {
        // Not in cache.  Find it and put in cache.
        // Get the desired "core" service context.
        com.sun.corba.se.spi.servicecontext.ServiceContext context =
            serviceContexts.get( id );
        if (context == null)
            throw stdWrapper.invalidServiceContextId() ;

        // Convert the "core" service context to an
        // "IOP" ServiceContext by writing it to a
        // CDROutputStream and reading it back.
        EncapsOutputStream out =
            sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(myORB);

        context.write( out, GIOPVersion.V1_2 );
        InputStream inputStream = out.create_input_stream();
        result = ServiceContextHelper.read( inputStream );

        cachedServiceContexts.put( integerId, result );
    }

    // Good citizen: For increased efficiency, we assume that interceptors
    // will not modify the returned ServiceContext.  Otherwise, we would
    // have to make a deep copy.

    return result;
}
 
Example #4
Source Project: JDKSourceCode1.8   Author: wupeixuan   File: RequestInfoImpl.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Utility method to look up a service context with the given id and
 * convert it to an IOP.ServiceContext.  Uses the given HashMap as
 * a cache.  If not found in cache, the result is inserted in the cache.
 */
protected org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext
    getServiceContext ( HashMap cachedServiceContexts,
                        ServiceContexts serviceContexts, int id )
{
    org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext result = null;
    Integer integerId = new Integer( id );

    // Search cache first:
    result = (org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext)
        cachedServiceContexts.get( integerId );

    // null could normally mean that either we cached the value null
    // or it's not in the cache.  However, there is no way for us to
    // cache the value null in the following code.
    if( result == null ) {
        // Not in cache.  Find it and put in cache.
        // Get the desired "core" service context.
        com.sun.corba.se.spi.servicecontext.ServiceContext context =
            serviceContexts.get( id );
        if (context == null)
            throw stdWrapper.invalidServiceContextId() ;

        // Convert the "core" service context to an
        // "IOP" ServiceContext by writing it to a
        // CDROutputStream and reading it back.
        EncapsOutputStream out =
            sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(myORB);

        context.write( out, GIOPVersion.V1_2 );
        InputStream inputStream = out.create_input_stream();
        result = ServiceContextHelper.read( inputStream );

        cachedServiceContexts.put( integerId, result );
    }

    // Good citizen: For increased efficiency, we assume that interceptors
    // will not modify the returned ServiceContext.  Otherwise, we would
    // have to make a deep copy.

    return result;
}
 
Example #5
Source Project: openjdk-jdk8u   Author: AdoptOpenJDK   File: RequestInfoImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Utility method to look up a service context with the given id and
 * convert it to an IOP.ServiceContext.  Uses the given HashMap as
 * a cache.  If not found in cache, the result is inserted in the cache.
 */
protected org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext
    getServiceContext ( HashMap cachedServiceContexts,
                        ServiceContexts serviceContexts, int id )
{
    org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext result = null;
    Integer integerId = new Integer( id );

    // Search cache first:
    result = (org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext)
        cachedServiceContexts.get( integerId );

    // null could normally mean that either we cached the value null
    // or it's not in the cache.  However, there is no way for us to
    // cache the value null in the following code.
    if( result == null ) {
        // Not in cache.  Find it and put in cache.
        // Get the desired "core" service context.
        com.sun.corba.se.spi.servicecontext.ServiceContext context =
            serviceContexts.get( id );
        if (context == null)
            throw stdWrapper.invalidServiceContextId() ;

        // Convert the "core" service context to an
        // "IOP" ServiceContext by writing it to a
        // CDROutputStream and reading it back.
        EncapsOutputStream out =
            sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(myORB);

        context.write( out, GIOPVersion.V1_2 );
        InputStream inputStream = out.create_input_stream();
        result = ServiceContextHelper.read( inputStream );

        cachedServiceContexts.put( integerId, result );
    }

    // Good citizen: For increased efficiency, we assume that interceptors
    // will not modify the returned ServiceContext.  Otherwise, we would
    // have to make a deep copy.

    return result;
}
 
Example #6
Source Project: openjdk-jdk8u-backup   Author: AdoptOpenJDK   File: RequestInfoImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Utility method to look up a service context with the given id and
 * convert it to an IOP.ServiceContext.  Uses the given HashMap as
 * a cache.  If not found in cache, the result is inserted in the cache.
 */
protected org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext
    getServiceContext ( HashMap cachedServiceContexts,
                        ServiceContexts serviceContexts, int id )
{
    org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext result = null;
    Integer integerId = new Integer( id );

    // Search cache first:
    result = (org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext)
        cachedServiceContexts.get( integerId );

    // null could normally mean that either we cached the value null
    // or it's not in the cache.  However, there is no way for us to
    // cache the value null in the following code.
    if( result == null ) {
        // Not in cache.  Find it and put in cache.
        // Get the desired "core" service context.
        com.sun.corba.se.spi.servicecontext.ServiceContext context =
            serviceContexts.get( id );
        if (context == null)
            throw stdWrapper.invalidServiceContextId() ;

        // Convert the "core" service context to an
        // "IOP" ServiceContext by writing it to a
        // CDROutputStream and reading it back.
        EncapsOutputStream out =
            sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(myORB);

        context.write( out, GIOPVersion.V1_2 );
        InputStream inputStream = out.create_input_stream();
        result = ServiceContextHelper.read( inputStream );

        cachedServiceContexts.put( integerId, result );
    }

    // Good citizen: For increased efficiency, we assume that interceptors
    // will not modify the returned ServiceContext.  Otherwise, we would
    // have to make a deep copy.

    return result;
}
 
Example #7
Source Project: openjdk-jdk9   Author: AdoptOpenJDK   File: RequestInfoImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Utility method to look up a service context with the given id and
 * convert it to an IOP.ServiceContext.  Uses the given HashMap as
 * a cache.  If not found in cache, the result is inserted in the cache.
 */
protected org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext
    getServiceContext ( HashMap cachedServiceContexts,
                        ServiceContexts serviceContexts, int id )
{
    org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext result = null;
    Integer integerId = new Integer( id );

    // Search cache first:
    result = (org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext)
        cachedServiceContexts.get( integerId );

    // null could normally mean that either we cached the value null
    // or it's not in the cache.  However, there is no way for us to
    // cache the value null in the following code.
    if( result == null ) {
        // Not in cache.  Find it and put in cache.
        // Get the desired "core" service context.
        com.sun.corba.se.spi.servicecontext.ServiceContext context =
            serviceContexts.get( id );
        if (context == null)
            throw stdWrapper.invalidServiceContextId() ;

        // Convert the "core" service context to an
        // "IOP" ServiceContext by writing it to a
        // CDROutputStream and reading it back.
        EncapsOutputStream out =
            sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(myORB);

        context.write( out, GIOPVersion.V1_2 );
        InputStream inputStream = out.create_input_stream();
        result = ServiceContextHelper.read( inputStream );

        cachedServiceContexts.put( integerId, result );
    }

    // Good citizen: For increased efficiency, we assume that interceptors
    // will not modify the returned ServiceContext.  Otherwise, we would
    // have to make a deep copy.

    return result;
}
 
Example #8
Source Project: hottub   Author: dsrg-uoft   File: RequestInfoImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Utility method to look up a service context with the given id and
 * convert it to an IOP.ServiceContext.  Uses the given HashMap as
 * a cache.  If not found in cache, the result is inserted in the cache.
 */
protected org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext
    getServiceContext ( HashMap cachedServiceContexts,
                        ServiceContexts serviceContexts, int id )
{
    org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext result = null;
    Integer integerId = new Integer( id );

    // Search cache first:
    result = (org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext)
        cachedServiceContexts.get( integerId );

    // null could normally mean that either we cached the value null
    // or it's not in the cache.  However, there is no way for us to
    // cache the value null in the following code.
    if( result == null ) {
        // Not in cache.  Find it and put in cache.
        // Get the desired "core" service context.
        com.sun.corba.se.spi.servicecontext.ServiceContext context =
            serviceContexts.get( id );
        if (context == null)
            throw stdWrapper.invalidServiceContextId() ;

        // Convert the "core" service context to an
        // "IOP" ServiceContext by writing it to a
        // CDROutputStream and reading it back.
        EncapsOutputStream out =
            sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(myORB);

        context.write( out, GIOPVersion.V1_2 );
        InputStream inputStream = out.create_input_stream();
        result = ServiceContextHelper.read( inputStream );

        cachedServiceContexts.put( integerId, result );
    }

    // Good citizen: For increased efficiency, we assume that interceptors
    // will not modify the returned ServiceContext.  Otherwise, we would
    // have to make a deep copy.

    return result;
}
 
Example #9
Source Project: openjdk-8-source   Author: keerath   File: RequestInfoImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Utility method to look up a service context with the given id and
 * convert it to an IOP.ServiceContext.  Uses the given HashMap as
 * a cache.  If not found in cache, the result is inserted in the cache.
 */
protected org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext
    getServiceContext ( HashMap cachedServiceContexts,
                        ServiceContexts serviceContexts, int id )
{
    org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext result = null;
    Integer integerId = new Integer( id );

    // Search cache first:
    result = (org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext)
        cachedServiceContexts.get( integerId );

    // null could normally mean that either we cached the value null
    // or it's not in the cache.  However, there is no way for us to
    // cache the value null in the following code.
    if( result == null ) {
        // Not in cache.  Find it and put in cache.
        // Get the desired "core" service context.
        com.sun.corba.se.spi.servicecontext.ServiceContext context =
            serviceContexts.get( id );
        if (context == null)
            throw stdWrapper.invalidServiceContextId() ;

        // Convert the "core" service context to an
        // "IOP" ServiceContext by writing it to a
        // CDROutputStream and reading it back.
        EncapsOutputStream out =
            sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(myORB);

        context.write( out, GIOPVersion.V1_2 );
        InputStream inputStream = out.create_input_stream();
        result = ServiceContextHelper.read( inputStream );

        cachedServiceContexts.put( integerId, result );
    }

    // Good citizen: For increased efficiency, we assume that interceptors
    // will not modify the returned ServiceContext.  Otherwise, we would
    // have to make a deep copy.

    return result;
}
 
Example #10
Source Project: openjdk-8   Author: bpupadhyaya   File: RequestInfoImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Utility method to look up a service context with the given id and
 * convert it to an IOP.ServiceContext.  Uses the given HashMap as
 * a cache.  If not found in cache, the result is inserted in the cache.
 */
protected org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext
    getServiceContext ( HashMap cachedServiceContexts,
                        ServiceContexts serviceContexts, int id )
{
    org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext result = null;
    Integer integerId = new Integer( id );

    // Search cache first:
    result = (org.omg.IOP.ServiceContext)
        cachedServiceContexts.get( integerId );

    // null could normally mean that either we cached the value null
    // or it's not in the cache.  However, there is no way for us to
    // cache the value null in the following code.
    if( result == null ) {
        // Not in cache.  Find it and put in cache.
        // Get the desired "core" service context.
        com.sun.corba.se.spi.servicecontext.ServiceContext context =
            serviceContexts.get( id );
        if (context == null)
            throw stdWrapper.invalidServiceContextId() ;

        // Convert the "core" service context to an
        // "IOP" ServiceContext by writing it to a
        // CDROutputStream and reading it back.
        EncapsOutputStream out =
            sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(myORB);

        context.write( out, GIOPVersion.V1_2 );
        InputStream inputStream = out.create_input_stream();
        result = ServiceContextHelper.read( inputStream );

        cachedServiceContexts.put( integerId, result );
    }

    // Good citizen: For increased efficiency, we assume that interceptors
    // will not modify the returned ServiceContext.  Otherwise, we would
    // have to make a deep copy.

    return result;
}