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

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Example 1
/**
 * Convert the given any into a CDR encapsulated octet sequence.
 * If sendTypeCode is true, the type code is sent with the message, as in
 * a standard encapsulation.  If it is false, only the data is sent.
 * Either way, the endian type is sent as the first part of the message.
 */
private byte[] encodeImpl( Any data, boolean sendTypeCode )
    throws InvalidTypeForEncoding
{
    if( data == null )
        throw wrapper.nullParam() ;

    // _REVISIT_ Note that InvalidTypeForEncoding is never thrown in
    // the body of this method.  This is due to the fact that CDR*Stream
    // will never throw an exception if the encoding is invalid.  To
    // fix this, the CDROutputStream must know the version of GIOP it
    // is encoding for and it must check to ensure that, for example,
    // wstring cannot be encoded in GIOP 1.0.
    //
    // As part of the GIOP 1.2 work, the CDRInput and OutputStream will
    // be versioned.  This can be handled once this work is complete.

    // Create output stream with default endianness.
    EncapsOutputStream cdrOut =
        sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(
        (com.sun.corba.se.spi.orb.ORB)orb, giopVersion );

    // This is an encapsulation, so put out the endian:
    cdrOut.putEndian();

    // Sometimes encode type code:
    if( sendTypeCode ) {
        cdrOut.write_TypeCode( data.type() );
    }

    // Encode value and return.
    data.write_value( cdrOut );

    return cdrOut.toByteArray();
}
 
Example 2
public final void write_any(Any any) {
    if (any == null) {
        throw wrapper.nullParam(CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
    }
    write_TypeCode(any.type());
    any.write_value(parent);
}
 
Example 3
/**
 * Convert the given any into a CDR encapsulated octet sequence.
 * If sendTypeCode is true, the type code is sent with the message, as in
 * a standard encapsulation.  If it is false, only the data is sent.
 * Either way, the endian type is sent as the first part of the message.
 */
private byte[] encodeImpl( Any data, boolean sendTypeCode )
    throws InvalidTypeForEncoding
{
    if( data == null )
        throw wrapper.nullParam() ;

    // _REVISIT_ Note that InvalidTypeForEncoding is never thrown in
    // the body of this method.  This is due to the fact that CDR*Stream
    // will never throw an exception if the encoding is invalid.  To
    // fix this, the CDROutputStream must know the version of GIOP it
    // is encoding for and it must check to ensure that, for example,
    // wstring cannot be encoded in GIOP 1.0.
    //
    // As part of the GIOP 1.2 work, the CDRInput and OutputStream will
    // be versioned.  This can be handled once this work is complete.

    // Create output stream with default endianness.
    EncapsOutputStream cdrOut =
        sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(
        (com.sun.corba.se.spi.orb.ORB)orb, giopVersion );

    // This is an encapsulation, so put out the endian:
    cdrOut.putEndian();

    // Sometimes encode type code:
    if( sendTypeCode ) {
        cdrOut.write_TypeCode( data.type() );
    }

    // Encode value and return.
    data.write_value( cdrOut );

    return cdrOut.toByteArray();
}
 
Example 4
/**
 * Convert the given any into a CDR encapsulated octet sequence.
 * If sendTypeCode is true, the type code is sent with the message, as in
 * a standard encapsulation.  If it is false, only the data is sent.
 * Either way, the endian type is sent as the first part of the message.
 */
private byte[] encodeImpl( Any data, boolean sendTypeCode )
    throws InvalidTypeForEncoding
{
    if( data == null )
        throw wrapper.nullParam() ;

    // _REVISIT_ Note that InvalidTypeForEncoding is never thrown in
    // the body of this method.  This is due to the fact that CDR*Stream
    // will never throw an exception if the encoding is invalid.  To
    // fix this, the CDROutputStream must know the version of GIOP it
    // is encoding for and it must check to ensure that, for example,
    // wstring cannot be encoded in GIOP 1.0.
    //
    // As part of the GIOP 1.2 work, the CDRInput and OutputStream will
    // be versioned.  This can be handled once this work is complete.

    // Create output stream with default endianness.
    EncapsOutputStream cdrOut =
        sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(
        (com.sun.corba.se.spi.orb.ORB)orb, giopVersion );

    // This is an encapsulation, so put out the endian:
    cdrOut.putEndian();

    // Sometimes encode type code:
    if( sendTypeCode ) {
        cdrOut.write_TypeCode( data.type() );
    }

    // Encode value and return.
    data.write_value( cdrOut );

    return cdrOut.toByteArray();
}
 
Example 5
public void write_any(Any any)
{
    if ( any == null )
        throw wrapper.nullParam(CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);

    write_TypeCode(any.type());
    any.write_value(parent);
}
 
Example 6
/**
 * Convert the given any into a CDR encapsulated octet sequence.
 * If sendTypeCode is true, the type code is sent with the message, as in
 * a standard encapsulation.  If it is false, only the data is sent.
 * Either way, the endian type is sent as the first part of the message.
 */
private byte[] encodeImpl( Any data, boolean sendTypeCode )
    throws InvalidTypeForEncoding
{
    if( data == null )
        throw wrapper.nullParam() ;

    // _REVISIT_ Note that InvalidTypeForEncoding is never thrown in
    // the body of this method.  This is due to the fact that CDR*Stream
    // will never throw an exception if the encoding is invalid.  To
    // fix this, the CDROutputStream must know the version of GIOP it
    // is encoding for and it must check to ensure that, for example,
    // wstring cannot be encoded in GIOP 1.0.
    //
    // As part of the GIOP 1.2 work, the CDRInput and OutputStream will
    // be versioned.  This can be handled once this work is complete.

    // Create output stream with default endianness.
    EncapsOutputStream cdrOut =
        sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(
        (com.sun.corba.se.spi.orb.ORB)orb, giopVersion );

    // This is an encapsulation, so put out the endian:
    cdrOut.putEndian();

    // Sometimes encode type code:
    if( sendTypeCode ) {
        cdrOut.write_TypeCode( data.type() );
    }

    // Encode value and return.
    data.write_value( cdrOut );

    return cdrOut.toByteArray();
}
 
Example 7
/**
 * Convert the given any into a CDR encapsulated octet sequence.
 * If sendTypeCode is true, the type code is sent with the message, as in
 * a standard encapsulation.  If it is false, only the data is sent.
 * Either way, the endian type is sent as the first part of the message.
 */
private byte[] encodeImpl( Any data, boolean sendTypeCode )
    throws InvalidTypeForEncoding
{
    if( data == null )
        throw wrapper.nullParam() ;

    // _REVISIT_ Note that InvalidTypeForEncoding is never thrown in
    // the body of this method.  This is due to the fact that CDR*Stream
    // will never throw an exception if the encoding is invalid.  To
    // fix this, the CDROutputStream must know the version of GIOP it
    // is encoding for and it must check to ensure that, for example,
    // wstring cannot be encoded in GIOP 1.0.
    //
    // As part of the GIOP 1.2 work, the CDRInput and OutputStream will
    // be versioned.  This can be handled once this work is complete.

    // Create output stream with default endianness.
    EncapsOutputStream cdrOut =
        sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(
        (com.sun.corba.se.spi.orb.ORB)orb, giopVersion );

    // This is an encapsulation, so put out the endian:
    cdrOut.putEndian();

    // Sometimes encode type code:
    if( sendTypeCode ) {
        cdrOut.write_TypeCode( data.type() );
    }

    // Encode value and return.
    data.write_value( cdrOut );

    return cdrOut.toByteArray();
}
 
Example 8
public final void write_any(Any any) {
    if (any == null) {
        throw wrapper.nullParam(CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
    }
    write_TypeCode(any.type());
    any.write_value(parent);
}
 
Example 9
public void write_any(Any any)
{
    if ( any == null )
        throw wrapper.nullParam(CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);

    write_TypeCode(any.type());
    any.write_value(parent);
}
 
Example 10
public void write_any(Any any)
{
    if ( any == null )
        throw wrapper.nullParam(CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);

    write_TypeCode(any.type());
    any.write_value(parent);
}
 
Example 11
public final void write_any(Any any) {
    if (any == null) {
        throw wrapper.nullParam(CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
    }
    write_TypeCode(any.type());
    any.write_value(parent);
}
 
Example 12
public void write_any(Any any)
{
    if ( any == null )
        throw wrapper.nullParam(CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);

    write_TypeCode(any.type());
    any.write_value(parent);
}
 
Example 13
/**
 * Convert the given any into a CDR encapsulated octet sequence.
 * If sendTypeCode is true, the type code is sent with the message, as in
 * a standard encapsulation.  If it is false, only the data is sent.
 * Either way, the endian type is sent as the first part of the message.
 */
private byte[] encodeImpl( Any data, boolean sendTypeCode )
    throws InvalidTypeForEncoding
{
    if( data == null )
        throw wrapper.nullParam() ;

    // _REVISIT_ Note that InvalidTypeForEncoding is never thrown in
    // the body of this method.  This is due to the fact that CDR*Stream
    // will never throw an exception if the encoding is invalid.  To
    // fix this, the CDROutputStream must know the version of GIOP it
    // is encoding for and it must check to ensure that, for example,
    // wstring cannot be encoded in GIOP 1.0.
    //
    // As part of the GIOP 1.2 work, the CDRInput and OutputStream will
    // be versioned.  This can be handled once this work is complete.

    // Create output stream with default endianness.
    EncapsOutputStream cdrOut =
        sun.corba.OutputStreamFactory.newEncapsOutputStream(
        (com.sun.corba.se.spi.orb.ORB)orb, giopVersion );

    // This is an encapsulation, so put out the endian:
    cdrOut.putEndian();

    // Sometimes encode type code:
    if( sendTypeCode ) {
        cdrOut.write_TypeCode( data.type() );
    }

    // Encode value and return.
    data.write_value( cdrOut );

    return cdrOut.toByteArray();
}
 
Example 14
public void write_any(Any any)
{
    if ( any == null )
        throw wrapper.nullParam(CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);

    write_TypeCode(any.type());
    any.write_value(parent);
}
 
Example 15
/** Must always be called, just after the servant's method returns.
 *  Creates the ReplyMessage header and puts in the transaction context
 *  if necessary.
 */
protected CorbaMessageMediator sendingReply(CorbaMessageMediator req, Any excany)
{
    try {
        if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
            dprint(".sendingReply/Any->: " + opAndId(req));
        }

        ServiceContexts scs = new ServiceContexts(orb);

        // Check if the servant set a SystemException or
        // UserException
        CorbaMessageMediator resp;
        String repId=null;
        try {
            repId = excany.type().id();
        } catch (org.omg.CORBA.TypeCodePackage.BadKind e) {
            throw wrapper.problemWithExceptionTypecode( e ) ;
        }

        if (ORBUtility.isSystemException(repId)) {
            if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
                dprint(".sendingReply/Any: " + opAndId(req)
                       + ": handling system exception");
            }

            // Get the exception object from the Any
            InputStream in = excany.create_input_stream();
            SystemException ex = ORBUtility.readSystemException(in);
            // Marshal the exception back
            resp = req.getProtocolHandler()
                .createSystemExceptionResponse(req, ex, scs);
        } else {
            if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
                dprint(".sendingReply/Any: " + opAndId(req)
                       + ": handling user exception");
            }

            resp = req.getProtocolHandler()
                .createUserExceptionResponse(req, scs);
            OutputStream os = (OutputStream)resp.getOutputObject();
            excany.write_value(os);
        }

        return resp;
    } finally {
        if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
            dprint(".sendingReply/Any<-: " + opAndId(req));
        }
    }
}
 
Example 16
/** Must always be called, just after the servant's method returns.
 *  Creates the ReplyMessage header and puts in the transaction context
 *  if necessary.
 */
protected CorbaMessageMediator sendingReply(CorbaMessageMediator req, Any excany)
{
    try {
        if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
            dprint(".sendingReply/Any->: " + opAndId(req));
        }

        ServiceContexts scs = new ServiceContexts(orb);

        // Check if the servant set a SystemException or
        // UserException
        CorbaMessageMediator resp;
        String repId=null;
        try {
            repId = excany.type().id();
        } catch (org.omg.CORBA.TypeCodePackage.BadKind e) {
            throw wrapper.problemWithExceptionTypecode( e ) ;
        }

        if (ORBUtility.isSystemException(repId)) {
            if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
                dprint(".sendingReply/Any: " + opAndId(req)
                       + ": handling system exception");
            }

            // Get the exception object from the Any
            InputStream in = excany.create_input_stream();
            SystemException ex = ORBUtility.readSystemException(in);
            // Marshal the exception back
            resp = req.getProtocolHandler()
                .createSystemExceptionResponse(req, ex, scs);
        } else {
            if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
                dprint(".sendingReply/Any: " + opAndId(req)
                       + ": handling user exception");
            }

            resp = req.getProtocolHandler()
                .createUserExceptionResponse(req, scs);
            OutputStream os = (OutputStream)resp.getOutputObject();
            excany.write_value(os);
        }

        return resp;
    } finally {
        if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
            dprint(".sendingReply/Any<-: " + opAndId(req));
        }
    }
}
 
Example 17
/** Must always be called, just after the servant's method returns.
 *  Creates the ReplyMessage header and puts in the transaction context
 *  if necessary.
 */
protected CorbaMessageMediator sendingReply(CorbaMessageMediator req, Any excany)
{
    try {
        if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
            dprint(".sendingReply/Any->: " + opAndId(req));
        }

        ServiceContexts scs = new ServiceContexts(orb);

        // Check if the servant set a SystemException or
        // UserException
        CorbaMessageMediator resp;
        String repId=null;
        try {
            repId = excany.type().id();
        } catch (org.omg.CORBA.TypeCodePackage.BadKind e) {
            throw wrapper.problemWithExceptionTypecode( e ) ;
        }

        if (ORBUtility.isSystemException(repId)) {
            if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
                dprint(".sendingReply/Any: " + opAndId(req)
                       + ": handling system exception");
            }

            // Get the exception object from the Any
            InputStream in = excany.create_input_stream();
            SystemException ex = ORBUtility.readSystemException(in);
            // Marshal the exception back
            resp = req.getProtocolHandler()
                .createSystemExceptionResponse(req, ex, scs);
        } else {
            if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
                dprint(".sendingReply/Any: " + opAndId(req)
                       + ": handling user exception");
            }

            resp = req.getProtocolHandler()
                .createUserExceptionResponse(req, scs);
            OutputStream os = (OutputStream)resp.getOutputObject();
            excany.write_value(os);
        }

        return resp;
    } finally {
        if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
            dprint(".sendingReply/Any<-: " + opAndId(req));
        }
    }
}
 
Example 18
/** Must always be called, just after the servant's method returns.
 *  Creates the ReplyMessage header and puts in the transaction context
 *  if necessary.
 */
protected CorbaMessageMediator sendingReply(CorbaMessageMediator req, Any excany)
{
    try {
        if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
            dprint(".sendingReply/Any->: " + opAndId(req));
        }

        ServiceContexts scs = new ServiceContexts(orb);

        // Check if the servant set a SystemException or
        // UserException
        CorbaMessageMediator resp;
        String repId=null;
        try {
            repId = excany.type().id();
        } catch (org.omg.CORBA.TypeCodePackage.BadKind e) {
            throw wrapper.problemWithExceptionTypecode( e ) ;
        }

        if (ORBUtility.isSystemException(repId)) {
            if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
                dprint(".sendingReply/Any: " + opAndId(req)
                       + ": handling system exception");
            }

            // Get the exception object from the Any
            InputStream in = excany.create_input_stream();
            SystemException ex = ORBUtility.readSystemException(in);
            // Marshal the exception back
            resp = req.getProtocolHandler()
                .createSystemExceptionResponse(req, ex, scs);
        } else {
            if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
                dprint(".sendingReply/Any: " + opAndId(req)
                       + ": handling user exception");
            }

            resp = req.getProtocolHandler()
                .createUserExceptionResponse(req, scs);
            OutputStream os = (OutputStream)resp.getOutputObject();
            excany.write_value(os);
        }

        return resp;
    } finally {
        if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
            dprint(".sendingReply/Any<-: " + opAndId(req));
        }
    }
}
 
Example 19
/** Must always be called, just after the servant's method returns.
 *  Creates the ReplyMessage header and puts in the transaction context
 *  if necessary.
 */
protected CorbaMessageMediator sendingReply(CorbaMessageMediator req, Any excany)
{
    try {
        if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
            dprint(".sendingReply/Any->: " + opAndId(req));
        }

        ServiceContexts scs = new ServiceContexts(orb);

        // Check if the servant set a SystemException or
        // UserException
        CorbaMessageMediator resp;
        String repId=null;
        try {
            repId = excany.type().id();
        } catch (org.omg.CORBA.TypeCodePackage.BadKind e) {
            throw wrapper.problemWithExceptionTypecode( e ) ;
        }

        if (ORBUtility.isSystemException(repId)) {
            if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
                dprint(".sendingReply/Any: " + opAndId(req)
                       + ": handling system exception");
            }

            // Get the exception object from the Any
            InputStream in = excany.create_input_stream();
            SystemException ex = ORBUtility.readSystemException(in);
            // Marshal the exception back
            resp = req.getProtocolHandler()
                .createSystemExceptionResponse(req, ex, scs);
        } else {
            if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
                dprint(".sendingReply/Any: " + opAndId(req)
                       + ": handling user exception");
            }

            resp = req.getProtocolHandler()
                .createUserExceptionResponse(req, scs);
            OutputStream os = (OutputStream)resp.getOutputObject();
            excany.write_value(os);
        }

        return resp;
    } finally {
        if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
            dprint(".sendingReply/Any<-: " + opAndId(req));
        }
    }
}
 
Example 20
/** Must always be called, just after the servant's method returns.
 *  Creates the ReplyMessage header and puts in the transaction context
 *  if necessary.
 */
protected CorbaMessageMediator sendingReply(CorbaMessageMediator req, Any excany)
{
    try {
        if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
            dprint(".sendingReply/Any->: " + opAndId(req));
        }

        ServiceContexts scs = new ServiceContexts(orb);

        // Check if the servant set a SystemException or
        // UserException
        CorbaMessageMediator resp;
        String repId=null;
        try {
            repId = excany.type().id();
        } catch (org.omg.CORBA.TypeCodePackage.BadKind e) {
            throw wrapper.problemWithExceptionTypecode( e ) ;
        }

        if (ORBUtility.isSystemException(repId)) {
            if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
                dprint(".sendingReply/Any: " + opAndId(req)
                       + ": handling system exception");
            }

            // Get the exception object from the Any
            InputStream in = excany.create_input_stream();
            SystemException ex = ORBUtility.readSystemException(in);
            // Marshal the exception back
            resp = req.getProtocolHandler()
                .createSystemExceptionResponse(req, ex, scs);
        } else {
            if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
                dprint(".sendingReply/Any: " + opAndId(req)
                       + ": handling user exception");
            }

            resp = req.getProtocolHandler()
                .createUserExceptionResponse(req, scs);
            OutputStream os = (OutputStream)resp.getOutputObject();
            excany.write_value(os);
        }

        return resp;
    } finally {
        if (orb.subcontractDebugFlag) {
            dprint(".sendingReply/Any<-: " + opAndId(req));
        }
    }
}