Java Code Examples for org.omg.CORBA.NVList#count()

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Example 1
public void arguments(NVList args)
{
    if (_paramsCalled)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledMultiple() ;

    if (_exceptionSet)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledAfterException() ;

    if (args == null )
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledNullArgs() ;

    _paramsCalled = true;

    NamedValue arg = null;
    for (int i=0; i < args.count() ; i++) {
        try {
            arg = args.item(i);
        } catch (Bounds e) {
            throw _wrapper.boundsCannotOccur(e) ;
        }

        try {
            if ((arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_IN.value) ||
                (arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_INOUT.value)) {
                // unmarshal the value into the Any
                arg.value().read_value(_ins, arg.value().type());
            }
        } catch ( Exception ex ) {
            throw _wrapper.badArgumentsNvlist( ex ) ;
        }
    }

    // hang on to the NVList for marshaling the result
    _arguments = args;

    _orb.getPIHandler().setServerPIInfo( _arguments );
    _orb.getPIHandler().invokeServerPIIntermediatePoint();
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * Internal utility method to convert an NVList into a PI Parameter[]
 */
protected Parameter[] nvListToParameterArray( NVList parNVList ) {

    // _REVISIT_ This utility method should probably be doing a deep
    // copy so interceptor can't accidentally change the arguments.

    int count = parNVList.count();
    Parameter[] plist = new Parameter[count];
    try {
        for( int i = 0; i < count; i++ ) {
            Parameter p = new Parameter();
            plist[i] = p;
            NamedValue nv = parNVList.item( i );
            plist[i].argument = nv.value();
            // ParameterMode spec can be found in 99-10-07.pdf
            // Section:10.5.22
            // nv.flags spec can be found in 99-10-07.pdf
            // Section 7.1.1
            // nv.flags has ARG_IN as 1, ARG_OUT as 2 and ARG_INOUT as 3
            // To convert this into enum PARAM_IN, PARAM_OUT and
            // PARAM_INOUT the value is subtracted by 1.
            plist[i].mode = ParameterMode.from_int( nv.flags() - 1 );
        }
    } catch ( Exception e ) {
        throw wrapper.exceptionInArguments( e ) ;
    }

    return plist;
}
 
Example 3
public void arguments(NVList args)
{
    if (_paramsCalled)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledMultiple() ;

    if (_exceptionSet)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledAfterException() ;

    if (args == null )
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledNullArgs() ;

    _paramsCalled = true;

    NamedValue arg = null;
    for (int i=0; i < args.count() ; i++) {
        try {
            arg = args.item(i);
        } catch (Bounds e) {
            throw _wrapper.boundsCannotOccur(e) ;
        }

        try {
            if ((arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_IN.value) ||
                (arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_INOUT.value)) {
                // unmarshal the value into the Any
                arg.value().read_value(_ins, arg.value().type());
            }
        } catch ( Exception ex ) {
            throw _wrapper.badArgumentsNvlist( ex ) ;
        }
    }

    // hang on to the NVList for marshaling the result
    _arguments = args;

    _orb.getPIHandler().setServerPIInfo( _arguments );
    _orb.getPIHandler().invokeServerPIIntermediatePoint();
}
 
Example 4
public void arguments(NVList args)
{
    if (_paramsCalled)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledMultiple() ;

    if (_exceptionSet)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledAfterException() ;

    if (args == null )
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledNullArgs() ;

    _paramsCalled = true;

    NamedValue arg = null;
    for (int i=0; i < args.count() ; i++) {
        try {
            arg = args.item(i);
        } catch (Bounds e) {
            throw _wrapper.boundsCannotOccur(e) ;
        }

        try {
            if ((arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_IN.value) ||
                (arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_INOUT.value)) {
                // unmarshal the value into the Any
                arg.value().read_value(_ins, arg.value().type());
            }
        } catch ( Exception ex ) {
            throw _wrapper.badArgumentsNvlist( ex ) ;
        }
    }

    // hang on to the NVList for marshaling the result
    _arguments = args;

    _orb.getPIHandler().setServerPIInfo( _arguments );
    _orb.getPIHandler().invokeServerPIIntermediatePoint();
}
 
Example 5
/**
 * Internal utility method to convert an NVList into a PI Parameter[]
 */
protected Parameter[] nvListToParameterArray( NVList parNVList ) {

    // _REVISIT_ This utility method should probably be doing a deep
    // copy so interceptor can't accidentally change the arguments.

    int count = parNVList.count();
    Parameter[] plist = new Parameter[count];
    try {
        for( int i = 0; i < count; i++ ) {
            Parameter p = new Parameter();
            plist[i] = p;
            NamedValue nv = parNVList.item( i );
            plist[i].argument = nv.value();
            // ParameterMode spec can be found in 99-10-07.pdf
            // Section:10.5.22
            // nv.flags spec can be found in 99-10-07.pdf
            // Section 7.1.1
            // nv.flags has ARG_IN as 1, ARG_OUT as 2 and ARG_INOUT as 3
            // To convert this into enum PARAM_IN, PARAM_OUT and
            // PARAM_INOUT the value is subtracted by 1.
            plist[i].mode = ParameterMode.from_int( nv.flags() - 1 );
        }
    } catch ( Exception e ) {
        throw wrapper.exceptionInArguments( e ) ;
    }

    return plist;
}
 
Example 6
Source Project: JDKSourceCode1.8   File: ServerRequestImpl.java    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
public void arguments(NVList args)
{
    if (_paramsCalled)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledMultiple() ;

    if (_exceptionSet)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledAfterException() ;

    if (args == null )
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledNullArgs() ;

    _paramsCalled = true;

    NamedValue arg = null;
    for (int i=0; i < args.count() ; i++) {
        try {
            arg = args.item(i);
        } catch (Bounds e) {
            throw _wrapper.boundsCannotOccur(e) ;
        }

        try {
            if ((arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_IN.value) ||
                (arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_INOUT.value)) {
                // unmarshal the value into the Any
                arg.value().read_value(_ins, arg.value().type());
            }
        } catch ( Exception ex ) {
            throw _wrapper.badArgumentsNvlist( ex ) ;
        }
    }

    // hang on to the NVList for marshaling the result
    _arguments = args;

    _orb.getPIHandler().setServerPIInfo( _arguments );
    _orb.getPIHandler().invokeServerPIIntermediatePoint();
}
 
Example 7
Source Project: JDKSourceCode1.8   File: RequestInfoImpl.java    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Internal utility method to convert an NVList into a PI Parameter[]
 */
protected Parameter[] nvListToParameterArray( NVList parNVList ) {

    // _REVISIT_ This utility method should probably be doing a deep
    // copy so interceptor can't accidentally change the arguments.

    int count = parNVList.count();
    Parameter[] plist = new Parameter[count];
    try {
        for( int i = 0; i < count; i++ ) {
            Parameter p = new Parameter();
            plist[i] = p;
            NamedValue nv = parNVList.item( i );
            plist[i].argument = nv.value();
            // ParameterMode spec can be found in 99-10-07.pdf
            // Section:10.5.22
            // nv.flags spec can be found in 99-10-07.pdf
            // Section 7.1.1
            // nv.flags has ARG_IN as 1, ARG_OUT as 2 and ARG_INOUT as 3
            // To convert this into enum PARAM_IN, PARAM_OUT and
            // PARAM_INOUT the value is subtracted by 1.
            plist[i].mode = ParameterMode.from_int( nv.flags() - 1 );
        }
    } catch ( Exception e ) {
        throw wrapper.exceptionInArguments( e ) ;
    }

    return plist;
}
 
Example 8
public void arguments(NVList args)
{
    if (_paramsCalled)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledMultiple() ;

    if (_exceptionSet)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledAfterException() ;

    if (args == null )
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledNullArgs() ;

    _paramsCalled = true;

    NamedValue arg = null;
    for (int i=0; i < args.count() ; i++) {
        try {
            arg = args.item(i);
        } catch (Bounds e) {
            throw _wrapper.boundsCannotOccur(e) ;
        }

        try {
            if ((arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_IN.value) ||
                (arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_INOUT.value)) {
                // unmarshal the value into the Any
                arg.value().read_value(_ins, arg.value().type());
            }
        } catch ( Exception ex ) {
            throw _wrapper.badArgumentsNvlist( ex ) ;
        }
    }

    // hang on to the NVList for marshaling the result
    _arguments = args;

    _orb.getPIHandler().setServerPIInfo( _arguments );
    _orb.getPIHandler().invokeServerPIIntermediatePoint();
}
 
Example 9
/**
 * Internal utility method to convert an NVList into a PI Parameter[]
 */
protected Parameter[] nvListToParameterArray( NVList parNVList ) {

    // _REVISIT_ This utility method should probably be doing a deep
    // copy so interceptor can't accidentally change the arguments.

    int count = parNVList.count();
    Parameter[] plist = new Parameter[count];
    try {
        for( int i = 0; i < count; i++ ) {
            Parameter p = new Parameter();
            plist[i] = p;
            NamedValue nv = parNVList.item( i );
            plist[i].argument = nv.value();
            // ParameterMode spec can be found in 99-10-07.pdf
            // Section:10.5.22
            // nv.flags spec can be found in 99-10-07.pdf
            // Section 7.1.1
            // nv.flags has ARG_IN as 1, ARG_OUT as 2 and ARG_INOUT as 3
            // To convert this into enum PARAM_IN, PARAM_OUT and
            // PARAM_INOUT the value is subtracted by 1.
            plist[i].mode = ParameterMode.from_int( nv.flags() - 1 );
        }
    } catch ( Exception e ) {
        throw wrapper.exceptionInArguments( e ) ;
    }

    return plist;
}
 
Example 10
public void arguments(NVList args)
{
    if (_paramsCalled)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledMultiple() ;

    if (_exceptionSet)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledAfterException() ;

    if (args == null )
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledNullArgs() ;

    _paramsCalled = true;

    NamedValue arg = null;
    for (int i=0; i < args.count() ; i++) {
        try {
            arg = args.item(i);
        } catch (Bounds e) {
            throw _wrapper.boundsCannotOccur(e) ;
        }

        try {
            if ((arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_IN.value) ||
                (arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_INOUT.value)) {
                // unmarshal the value into the Any
                arg.value().read_value(_ins, arg.value().type());
            }
        } catch ( Exception ex ) {
            throw _wrapper.badArgumentsNvlist( ex ) ;
        }
    }

    // hang on to the NVList for marshaling the result
    _arguments = args;

    _orb.getPIHandler().setServerPIInfo( _arguments );
    _orb.getPIHandler().invokeServerPIIntermediatePoint();
}
 
Example 11
/**
 * Internal utility method to convert an NVList into a PI Parameter[]
 */
protected Parameter[] nvListToParameterArray( NVList parNVList ) {

    // _REVISIT_ This utility method should probably be doing a deep
    // copy so interceptor can't accidentally change the arguments.

    int count = parNVList.count();
    Parameter[] plist = new Parameter[count];
    try {
        for( int i = 0; i < count; i++ ) {
            Parameter p = new Parameter();
            plist[i] = p;
            NamedValue nv = parNVList.item( i );
            plist[i].argument = nv.value();
            // ParameterMode spec can be found in 99-10-07.pdf
            // Section:10.5.22
            // nv.flags spec can be found in 99-10-07.pdf
            // Section 7.1.1
            // nv.flags has ARG_IN as 1, ARG_OUT as 2 and ARG_INOUT as 3
            // To convert this into enum PARAM_IN, PARAM_OUT and
            // PARAM_INOUT the value is subtracted by 1.
            plist[i].mode = ParameterMode.from_int( nv.flags() - 1 );
        }
    } catch ( Exception e ) {
        throw wrapper.exceptionInArguments( e ) ;
    }

    return plist;
}
 
Example 12
public void arguments(NVList args)
{
    if (_paramsCalled)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledMultiple() ;

    if (_exceptionSet)
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledAfterException() ;

    if (args == null )
        throw _wrapper.argumentsCalledNullArgs() ;

    _paramsCalled = true;

    NamedValue arg = null;
    for (int i=0; i < args.count() ; i++) {
        try {
            arg = args.item(i);
        } catch (Bounds e) {
            throw _wrapper.boundsCannotOccur(e) ;
        }

        try {
            if ((arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_IN.value) ||
                (arg.flags() == org.omg.CORBA.ARG_INOUT.value)) {
                // unmarshal the value into the Any
                arg.value().read_value(_ins, arg.value().type());
            }
        } catch ( Exception ex ) {
            throw _wrapper.badArgumentsNvlist( ex ) ;
        }
    }

    // hang on to the NVList for marshaling the result
    _arguments = args;

    _orb.getPIHandler().setServerPIInfo( _arguments );
    _orb.getPIHandler().invokeServerPIIntermediatePoint();
}
 
Example 13
/**
 * Internal utility method to convert an NVList into a PI Parameter[]
 */
protected Parameter[] nvListToParameterArray( NVList parNVList ) {

    // _REVISIT_ This utility method should probably be doing a deep
    // copy so interceptor can't accidentally change the arguments.

    int count = parNVList.count();
    Parameter[] plist = new Parameter[count];
    try {
        for( int i = 0; i < count; i++ ) {
            Parameter p = new Parameter();
            plist[i] = p;
            NamedValue nv = parNVList.item( i );
            plist[i].argument = nv.value();
            // ParameterMode spec can be found in 99-10-07.pdf
            // Section:10.5.22
            // nv.flags spec can be found in 99-10-07.pdf
            // Section 7.1.1
            // nv.flags has ARG_IN as 1, ARG_OUT as 2 and ARG_INOUT as 3
            // To convert this into enum PARAM_IN, PARAM_OUT and
            // PARAM_INOUT the value is subtracted by 1.
            plist[i].mode = ParameterMode.from_int( nv.flags() - 1 );
        }
    } catch ( Exception e ) {
        throw wrapper.exceptionInArguments( e ) ;
    }

    return plist;
}
 
Example 14
/**
 * See RequestInfoImpl for javadoc.
 */
public String[] operation_context (){
    checkAccess( MID_OPERATION_CONTEXT );

    if( cachedOperationContext == null ) {
        if( request == null ) {
            throw stdWrapper.piOperationNotSupported4() ;
        }

        // Get the list of contexts from DII request data, If there are
        // no contexts then this method will return null.
        Context ctx = request.ctx( );
        // _REVISIT_ The API for get_values is not compliant with the spec,
        // Revisit this code once it's fixed.
        // _REVISIT_ Our ORB doesn't support Operation Context, This code
        // will not be excerscised until it's supported.
        // The first parameter in get_values is the start_scope which
        // if blank makes it as a global scope.
        // The second parameter is op_flags which is set to RESTRICT_SCOPE
        // As there is only one defined in the spec.
        // The Third param is the pattern which is '*' requiring it to
        // get all the contexts.
        NVList nvList = ctx.get_values( "", CTX_RESTRICT_SCOPE.value,"*" );
        String[] context = new String[(nvList.count() * 2) ];
        if( ( nvList != null ) &&( nvList.count() != 0 ) ) {
            // The String[] array will contain Name and Value for each
            // context and hence double the size in the array.
            int index = 0;
            for( int i = 0; i < nvList.count(); i++ ) {
                NamedValue nv;
                try {
                    nv = nvList.item( i );
                }
                catch (Exception e ) {
                    return (String[]) null;
                }
                context[index] = nv.name();
                index++;
                context[index] = nv.value().extract_string();
                index++;
            }
        }

        cachedOperationContext = context;
    }

    // Good citizen: In the interest of efficiency, we assume
    // interceptors will be "good citizens" in that they will not
    // modify the contents of the String[] array.

    return cachedOperationContext;
}
 
Example 15
/**
 * See RequestInfoImpl for javadoc.
 */
public String[] operation_context (){
    checkAccess( MID_OPERATION_CONTEXT );

    if( cachedOperationContext == null ) {
        if( request == null ) {
            throw stdWrapper.piOperationNotSupported4() ;
        }

        // Get the list of contexts from DII request data, If there are
        // no contexts then this method will return null.
        Context ctx = request.ctx( );
        // _REVISIT_ The API for get_values is not compliant with the spec,
        // Revisit this code once it's fixed.
        // _REVISIT_ Our ORB doesn't support Operation Context, This code
        // will not be excerscised until it's supported.
        // The first parameter in get_values is the start_scope which
        // if blank makes it as a global scope.
        // The second parameter is op_flags which is set to RESTRICT_SCOPE
        // As there is only one defined in the spec.
        // The Third param is the pattern which is '*' requiring it to
        // get all the contexts.
        NVList nvList = ctx.get_values( "", CTX_RESTRICT_SCOPE.value,"*" );
        String[] context = new String[(nvList.count() * 2) ];
        if( ( nvList != null ) &&( nvList.count() != 0 ) ) {
            // The String[] array will contain Name and Value for each
            // context and hence double the size in the array.
            int index = 0;
            for( int i = 0; i < nvList.count(); i++ ) {
                NamedValue nv;
                try {
                    nv = nvList.item( i );
                }
                catch (Exception e ) {
                    return (String[]) null;
                }
                context[index] = nv.name();
                index++;
                context[index] = nv.value().extract_string();
                index++;
            }
        }

        cachedOperationContext = context;
    }

    // Good citizen: In the interest of efficiency, we assume
    // interceptors will be "good citizens" in that they will not
    // modify the contents of the String[] array.

    return cachedOperationContext;
}
 
Example 16
/**
 * See RequestInfoImpl for javadoc.
 */
public String[] operation_context (){
    checkAccess( MID_OPERATION_CONTEXT );

    if( cachedOperationContext == null ) {
        if( request == null ) {
            throw stdWrapper.piOperationNotSupported4() ;
        }

        // Get the list of contexts from DII request data, If there are
        // no contexts then this method will return null.
        Context ctx = request.ctx( );
        // _REVISIT_ The API for get_values is not compliant with the spec,
        // Revisit this code once it's fixed.
        // _REVISIT_ Our ORB doesn't support Operation Context, This code
        // will not be excerscised until it's supported.
        // The first parameter in get_values is the start_scope which
        // if blank makes it as a global scope.
        // The second parameter is op_flags which is set to RESTRICT_SCOPE
        // As there is only one defined in the spec.
        // The Third param is the pattern which is '*' requiring it to
        // get all the contexts.
        NVList nvList = ctx.get_values( "", CTX_RESTRICT_SCOPE.value,"*" );
        String[] context = new String[(nvList.count() * 2) ];
        if( ( nvList != null ) &&( nvList.count() != 0 ) ) {
            // The String[] array will contain Name and Value for each
            // context and hence double the size in the array.
            int index = 0;
            for( int i = 0; i < nvList.count(); i++ ) {
                NamedValue nv;
                try {
                    nv = nvList.item( i );
                }
                catch (Exception e ) {
                    return (String[]) null;
                }
                context[index] = nv.name();
                index++;
                context[index] = nv.value().extract_string();
                index++;
            }
        }

        cachedOperationContext = context;
    }

    // Good citizen: In the interest of efficiency, we assume
    // interceptors will be "good citizens" in that they will not
    // modify the contents of the String[] array.

    return cachedOperationContext;
}
 
Example 17
/**
 * See RequestInfoImpl for javadoc.
 */
public String[] operation_context (){
    checkAccess( MID_OPERATION_CONTEXT );

    if( cachedOperationContext == null ) {
        if( request == null ) {
            throw stdWrapper.piOperationNotSupported4() ;
        }

        // Get the list of contexts from DII request data, If there are
        // no contexts then this method will return null.
        Context ctx = request.ctx( );
        // _REVISIT_ The API for get_values is not compliant with the spec,
        // Revisit this code once it's fixed.
        // _REVISIT_ Our ORB doesn't support Operation Context, This code
        // will not be excerscised until it's supported.
        // The first parameter in get_values is the start_scope which
        // if blank makes it as a global scope.
        // The second parameter is op_flags which is set to RESTRICT_SCOPE
        // As there is only one defined in the spec.
        // The Third param is the pattern which is '*' requiring it to
        // get all the contexts.
        NVList nvList = ctx.get_values( "", CTX_RESTRICT_SCOPE.value,"*" );
        String[] context = new String[(nvList.count() * 2) ];
        if( ( nvList != null ) &&( nvList.count() != 0 ) ) {
            // The String[] array will contain Name and Value for each
            // context and hence double the size in the array.
            int index = 0;
            for( int i = 0; i < nvList.count(); i++ ) {
                NamedValue nv;
                try {
                    nv = nvList.item( i );
                }
                catch (Exception e ) {
                    return (String[]) null;
                }
                context[index] = nv.name();
                index++;
                context[index] = nv.value().extract_string();
                index++;
            }
        }

        cachedOperationContext = context;
    }

    // Good citizen: In the interest of efficiency, we assume
    // interceptors will be "good citizens" in that they will not
    // modify the contents of the String[] array.

    return cachedOperationContext;
}
 
Example 18
Source Project: JDKSourceCode1.8   File: ClientRequestInfoImpl.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * See RequestInfoImpl for javadoc.
 */
public String[] operation_context (){
    checkAccess( MID_OPERATION_CONTEXT );

    if( cachedOperationContext == null ) {
        if( request == null ) {
            throw stdWrapper.piOperationNotSupported4() ;
        }

        // Get the list of contexts from DII request data, If there are
        // no contexts then this method will return null.
        Context ctx = request.ctx( );
        // _REVISIT_ The API for get_values is not compliant with the spec,
        // Revisit this code once it's fixed.
        // _REVISIT_ Our ORB doesn't support Operation Context, This code
        // will not be excerscised until it's supported.
        // The first parameter in get_values is the start_scope which
        // if blank makes it as a global scope.
        // The second parameter is op_flags which is set to RESTRICT_SCOPE
        // As there is only one defined in the spec.
        // The Third param is the pattern which is '*' requiring it to
        // get all the contexts.
        NVList nvList = ctx.get_values( "", CTX_RESTRICT_SCOPE.value,"*" );
        String[] context = new String[(nvList.count() * 2) ];
        if( ( nvList != null ) &&( nvList.count() != 0 ) ) {
            // The String[] array will contain Name and Value for each
            // context and hence double the size in the array.
            int index = 0;
            for( int i = 0; i < nvList.count(); i++ ) {
                NamedValue nv;
                try {
                    nv = nvList.item( i );
                }
                catch (Exception e ) {
                    return (String[]) null;
                }
                context[index] = nv.name();
                index++;
                context[index] = nv.value().extract_string();
                index++;
            }
        }

        cachedOperationContext = context;
    }

    // Good citizen: In the interest of efficiency, we assume
    // interceptors will be "good citizens" in that they will not
    // modify the contents of the String[] array.

    return cachedOperationContext;
}
 
Example 19
/**
 * See RequestInfoImpl for javadoc.
 */
public String[] operation_context (){
    checkAccess( MID_OPERATION_CONTEXT );

    if( cachedOperationContext == null ) {
        if( request == null ) {
            throw stdWrapper.piOperationNotSupported4() ;
        }

        // Get the list of contexts from DII request data, If there are
        // no contexts then this method will return null.
        Context ctx = request.ctx( );
        // _REVISIT_ The API for get_values is not compliant with the spec,
        // Revisit this code once it's fixed.
        // _REVISIT_ Our ORB doesn't support Operation Context, This code
        // will not be excerscised until it's supported.
        // The first parameter in get_values is the start_scope which
        // if blank makes it as a global scope.
        // The second parameter is op_flags which is set to RESTRICT_SCOPE
        // As there is only one defined in the spec.
        // The Third param is the pattern which is '*' requiring it to
        // get all the contexts.
        NVList nvList = ctx.get_values( "", CTX_RESTRICT_SCOPE.value,"*" );
        String[] context = new String[(nvList.count() * 2) ];
        if( ( nvList != null ) &&( nvList.count() != 0 ) ) {
            // The String[] array will contain Name and Value for each
            // context and hence double the size in the array.
            int index = 0;
            for( int i = 0; i < nvList.count(); i++ ) {
                NamedValue nv;
                try {
                    nv = nvList.item( i );
                }
                catch (Exception e ) {
                    return (String[]) null;
                }
                context[index] = nv.name();
                index++;
                context[index] = nv.value().extract_string();
                index++;
            }
        }

        cachedOperationContext = context;
    }

    // Good citizen: In the interest of efficiency, we assume
    // interceptors will be "good citizens" in that they will not
    // modify the contents of the String[] array.

    return cachedOperationContext;
}
 
Example 20
/**
 * See RequestInfoImpl for javadoc.
 */
public String[] operation_context (){
    checkAccess( MID_OPERATION_CONTEXT );

    if( cachedOperationContext == null ) {
        if( request == null ) {
            throw stdWrapper.piOperationNotSupported4() ;
        }

        // Get the list of contexts from DII request data, If there are
        // no contexts then this method will return null.
        Context ctx = request.ctx( );
        // _REVISIT_ The API for get_values is not compliant with the spec,
        // Revisit this code once it's fixed.
        // _REVISIT_ Our ORB doesn't support Operation Context, This code
        // will not be excerscised until it's supported.
        // The first parameter in get_values is the start_scope which
        // if blank makes it as a global scope.
        // The second parameter is op_flags which is set to RESTRICT_SCOPE
        // As there is only one defined in the spec.
        // The Third param is the pattern which is '*' requiring it to
        // get all the contexts.
        NVList nvList = ctx.get_values( "", CTX_RESTRICT_SCOPE.value,"*" );
        String[] context = new String[(nvList.count() * 2) ];
        if( ( nvList != null ) &&( nvList.count() != 0 ) ) {
            // The String[] array will contain Name and Value for each
            // context and hence double the size in the array.
            int index = 0;
            for( int i = 0; i < nvList.count(); i++ ) {
                NamedValue nv;
                try {
                    nv = nvList.item( i );
                }
                catch (Exception e ) {
                    return (String[]) null;
                }
                context[index] = nv.name();
                index++;
                context[index] = nv.value().extract_string();
                index++;
            }
        }

        cachedOperationContext = context;
    }

    // Good citizen: In the interest of efficiency, we assume
    // interceptors will be "good citizens" in that they will not
    // modify the contents of the String[] array.

    return cachedOperationContext;
}