Java Code Examples for org.omg.CORBA.Any#read_value()

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Example 1
public Any read_any() {
    Any any = orb.create_any();
    TypeCodeImpl tc = new TypeCodeImpl(orb);

    // read off the typecode

    // REVISIT We could avoid this try-catch if we could peek the typecode
    // kind off this stream and see if it is a tk_value.  Looking at the
    // code we know that for tk_value the Any.read_value() below
    // ignores the tc argument anyway (except for the kind field).
    // But still we would need to make sure that the whole typecode,
    // including encapsulations, is read off.
    try {
        tc.read_value(parent);
    } catch (MARSHAL ex) {
        if (tc.kind().value() != TCKind._tk_value)
            throw ex;
        // We can be sure that the whole typecode encapsulation has been
        // read off.
        dprintThrowable(ex);
    }
    // read off the value of the any
    any.read_value(parent, tc);

    return any;
}
 
Example 2
public Any read_any() {
    Any any = orb.create_any();
    TypeCodeImpl tc = new TypeCodeImpl(orb);

    // read off the typecode

    // REVISIT We could avoid this try-catch if we could peek the typecode
    // kind off this stream and see if it is a tk_value.  Looking at the
    // code we know that for tk_value the Any.read_value() below
    // ignores the tc argument anyway (except for the kind field).
    // But still we would need to make sure that the whole typecode,
    // including encapsulations, is read off.
    try {
        tc.read_value(parent);
    } catch (MARSHAL ex) {
        if (tc.kind().value() != TCKind._tk_value)
            throw ex;
        // We can be sure that the whole typecode encapsulation has been
        // read off.
        dprintThrowable(ex);
    }
    // read off the value of the any
    any.read_value(parent, tc);

    return any;
}
 
Example 3
public Any read_any() {
    Any any = orb.create_any();
    TypeCodeImpl tc = new TypeCodeImpl(orb);

    // read off the typecode

    // REVISIT We could avoid this try-catch if we could peek the typecode
    // kind off this stream and see if it is a tk_value.  Looking at the
    // code we know that for tk_value the Any.read_value() below
    // ignores the tc argument anyway (except for the kind field).
    // But still we would need to make sure that the whole typecode,
    // including encapsulations, is read off.
    try {
        tc.read_value(parent);
    } catch (MARSHAL ex) {
        if (tc.kind().value() != TCKind._tk_value)
            throw ex;
        // We can be sure that the whole typecode encapsulation has been
        // read off.
        dprintThrowable(ex);
    }
    // read off the value of the any
    any.read_value(parent, tc);

    return any;
}
 
Example 4
public Any read_any() {
    Any any = orb.create_any();
    TypeCodeImpl tc = new TypeCodeImpl(orb);

    // read off the typecode

    // REVISIT We could avoid this try-catch if we could peek the typecode
    // kind off this stream and see if it is a tk_value.  Looking at the
    // code we know that for tk_value the Any.read_value() below
    // ignores the tc argument anyway (except for the kind field).
    // But still we would need to make sure that the whole typecode,
    // including encapsulations, is read off.
    try {
        tc.read_value(parent);
    } catch (MARSHAL ex) {
        if (tc.kind().value() != TCKind._tk_value)
            throw ex;
        // We can be sure that the whole typecode encapsulation has been
        // read off.
        dprintThrowable(ex);
    }
    // read off the value of the any
    any.read_value(parent, tc);

    return any;
}
 
Example 5
Source Project: hottub   File: AnyImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
static public Any extractAnyFromStream(TypeCode memberType, InputStream input, ORB orb) {
    Any returnValue = orb.create_any();
    OutputStream out = returnValue.create_output_stream();
    TypeCodeImpl.convertToNative(orb, memberType).copy(input, out);
    returnValue.read_value(out.create_input_stream(), memberType);
    return returnValue;
}
 
Example 6
static public Any extractAnyFromStream(TypeCode memberType, InputStream input, ORB orb) {
    Any returnValue = orb.create_any();
    OutputStream out = returnValue.create_output_stream();
    TypeCodeImpl.convertToNative(orb, memberType).copy(input, out);
    returnValue.read_value(out.create_input_stream(), memberType);
    return returnValue;
}
 
Example 7
public Any read_any() {

        Any any = orb.create_any();
        TypeCodeImpl tc = new TypeCodeImpl(orb);

        // read off the typecode

        // REVISIT We could avoid this try-catch if we could peek the typecode
        // kind off this stream and see if it is a tk_value.
        // Looking at the code we know that for tk_value the Any.read_value()
        // below ignores the tc argument anyway (except for the kind field).
        // But still we would need to make sure that the whole typecode,
        // including encapsulations, is read off.
        try {
            tc.read_value(parent);
        } catch (org.omg.CORBA.MARSHAL ex) {
            if (tc.kind().value() != org.omg.CORBA.TCKind._tk_value) {
                throw ex;
            }
            // We can be sure that the whole typecode encapsulation has been
            // read off.
            ex.printStackTrace();
        }

        // read off the value of the any.
        any.read_value(parent, tc);

        return any;
    }
 
Example 8
public Exception unmarshalDIIUserException(String repoId, InputStream is)
{
    if (! isDIIRequest()) {
        return null;
    }

    ExceptionList _exceptions = diiRequest.exceptions();

    try {
        // Find the typecode for the exception
        for (int i=0; i<_exceptions.count() ; i++) {
            TypeCode tc = _exceptions.item(i);
            if ( tc.id().equals(repoId) ) {
                // Since we dont have the actual user exception
                // class, the spec says we have to create an
                // UnknownUserException and put it in the
                // environment.
                Any eany = orb.create_any();
                eany.read_value(is, (TypeCode)tc);

                return new UnknownUserException(eany);
            }
        }
    } catch (Exception b) {
        throw wrapper.unexpectedDiiException(b);
    }

    // must be a truly unknown exception
    return wrapper.unknownCorbaExc( CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
}
 
Example 9
public Any extractAny(TypeCode memberType, ORB orb) {
    Any returnValue = orb.create_any();
    OutputStream out = returnValue.create_output_stream();
    TypeCodeImpl.convertToNative(orb, memberType).copy((InputStream)stream, out);
    returnValue.read_value(out.create_input_stream(), memberType);
    return returnValue;
}
 
Example 10
static public Any extractAnyFromStream(TypeCode memberType, InputStream input, ORB orb) {
    Any returnValue = orb.create_any();
    OutputStream out = returnValue.create_output_stream();
    TypeCodeImpl.convertToNative(orb, memberType).copy(input, out);
    returnValue.read_value(out.create_input_stream(), memberType);
    return returnValue;
}
 
Example 11
Source Project: JDKSourceCode1.8   File: RequestImpl.java    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
public void unmarshalReply(InputStream is)
{
    // First unmarshal the return value if it is not void
    if ( _result != null ) {
        Any returnAny = _result.value();
        TypeCode returnType = returnAny.type();
        if ( returnType.kind().value() != TCKind._tk_void )
            returnAny.read_value(is, returnType);
    }

    // Now unmarshal the out/inout args
    try {
        for ( int i=0; i<_arguments.count() ; i++) {
            NamedValue nv = _arguments.item(i);
            switch( nv.flags() ) {
            case ARG_IN.value:
                break;
            case ARG_OUT.value:
            case ARG_INOUT.value:
                Any any = nv.value();
                any.read_value(is, any.type());
                break;
            }
        }
    }
    catch ( org.omg.CORBA.Bounds ex ) {
        // Cannot happen since we only iterate till _arguments.count()
    }
}
 
Example 12
/**
 * Static method for writing a CORBA standard exception to an Any.
 * @param any The Any to write the SystemException into.
 */
public static void insertSystemException(SystemException ex, Any any) {
    OutputStream out = any.create_output_stream();
    ORB orb = (ORB)(out.orb());
    String name = ex.getClass().getName();
    String repID = ORBUtility.repositoryIdOf(name);
    out.write_string(repID);
    out.write_long(ex.minor);
    out.write_long(ex.completed.value());
    any.read_value(out.create_input_stream(),
        getSystemExceptionTypeCode(orb, repID, name));
}
 
Example 13
public Any read_any() {

        Any any = orb.create_any();
        TypeCodeImpl tc = new TypeCodeImpl(orb);

        // read off the typecode

        // REVISIT We could avoid this try-catch if we could peek the typecode
        // kind off this stream and see if it is a tk_value.
        // Looking at the code we know that for tk_value the Any.read_value()
        // below ignores the tc argument anyway (except for the kind field).
        // But still we would need to make sure that the whole typecode,
        // including encapsulations, is read off.
        try {
            tc.read_value(parent);
        } catch (org.omg.CORBA.MARSHAL ex) {
            if (tc.kind().value() != org.omg.CORBA.TCKind._tk_value) {
                throw ex;
            }
            // We can be sure that the whole typecode encapsulation has been
            // read off.
            ex.printStackTrace();
        }

        // read off the value of the any.
        any.read_value(parent, tc);

        return any;
    }
 
Example 14
/**
 * Static method for writing a CORBA standard exception to an Any.
 * @param any The Any to write the SystemException into.
 */
public static void insertSystemException(SystemException ex, Any any) {
    OutputStream out = any.create_output_stream();
    ORB orb = (ORB)(out.orb());
    String name = ex.getClass().getName();
    String repID = ORBUtility.repositoryIdOf(name);
    out.write_string(repID);
    out.write_long(ex.minor);
    out.write_long(ex.completed.value());
    any.read_value(out.create_input_stream(),
        getSystemExceptionTypeCode(orb, repID, name));
}
 
Example 15
public Any read_any() {

        Any any = orb.create_any();
        TypeCodeImpl tc = new TypeCodeImpl(orb);

        // read off the typecode

        // REVISIT We could avoid this try-catch if we could peek the typecode
        // kind off this stream and see if it is a tk_value.
        // Looking at the code we know that for tk_value the Any.read_value()
        // below ignores the tc argument anyway (except for the kind field).
        // But still we would need to make sure that the whole typecode,
        // including encapsulations, is read off.
        try {
            tc.read_value(parent);
        } catch (org.omg.CORBA.MARSHAL ex) {
            if (tc.kind().value() != org.omg.CORBA.TCKind._tk_value) {
                throw ex;
            }
            // We can be sure that the whole typecode encapsulation has been
            // read off.
            ex.printStackTrace();
        }

        // read off the value of the any.
        any.read_value(parent, tc);

        return any;
    }
 
Example 16
Source Project: jdk8u60   File: AnyImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public Any extractAny(TypeCode memberType, ORB orb) {
    Any returnValue = orb.create_any();
    OutputStream out = returnValue.create_output_stream();
    TypeCodeImpl.convertToNative(orb, memberType).copy((InputStream)stream, out);
    returnValue.read_value(out.create_input_stream(), memberType);
    return returnValue;
}
 
Example 17
Source Project: jdk8u60   File: AnyImpl.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
static public Any extractAnyFromStream(TypeCode memberType, InputStream input, ORB orb) {
    Any returnValue = orb.create_any();
    OutputStream out = returnValue.create_output_stream();
    TypeCodeImpl.convertToNative(orb, memberType).copy(input, out);
    returnValue.read_value(out.create_input_stream(), memberType);
    return returnValue;
}
 
Example 18
public Any read_any() {

        Any any = orb.create_any();
        TypeCodeImpl tc = new TypeCodeImpl(orb);

        // read off the typecode

        // REVISIT We could avoid this try-catch if we could peek the typecode
        // kind off this stream and see if it is a tk_value.
        // Looking at the code we know that for tk_value the Any.read_value()
        // below ignores the tc argument anyway (except for the kind field).
        // But still we would need to make sure that the whole typecode,
        // including encapsulations, is read off.
        try {
            tc.read_value(parent);
        } catch (org.omg.CORBA.MARSHAL ex) {
            if (tc.kind().value() != org.omg.CORBA.TCKind._tk_value) {
                throw ex;
            }
            // We can be sure that the whole typecode encapsulation has been
            // read off.
            ex.printStackTrace();
        }

        // read off the value of the any.
        any.read_value(parent, tc);

        return any;
    }
 
Example 19
public Any read_any() {

        Any any = orb.create_any();
        TypeCodeImpl tc = new TypeCodeImpl(orb);

        // read off the typecode

        // REVISIT We could avoid this try-catch if we could peek the typecode
        // kind off this stream and see if it is a tk_value.
        // Looking at the code we know that for tk_value the Any.read_value()
        // below ignores the tc argument anyway (except for the kind field).
        // But still we would need to make sure that the whole typecode,
        // including encapsulations, is read off.
        try {
            tc.read_value(parent);
        } catch (org.omg.CORBA.MARSHAL ex) {
            if (tc.kind().value() != org.omg.CORBA.TCKind._tk_value) {
                throw ex;
            }
            // We can be sure that the whole typecode encapsulation has been
            // read off.
            ex.printStackTrace();
        }

        // read off the value of the any.
        any.read_value(parent, tc);

        return any;
    }
 
Example 20
/**
 * Static method for writing a CORBA standard exception to an Any.
 * @param any The Any to write the SystemException into.
 */
public static void insertSystemException(SystemException ex, Any any) {
    OutputStream out = any.create_output_stream();
    ORB orb = (ORB)(out.orb());
    String name = ex.getClass().getName();
    String repID = ORBUtility.repositoryIdOf(name);
    out.write_string(repID);
    out.write_long(ex.minor);
    out.write_long(ex.completed.value());
    any.read_value(out.create_input_stream(),
        getSystemExceptionTypeCode(orb, repID, name));
}