Java Code Examples for org.omg.CORBA.portable.ApplicationException#getInputStream()

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Example 1
public Exception readException( ApplicationException ae )
{
    // Note that the exception ID is present in both ae
    // and in the input stream from ae.  The exception
    // reader must actually read the exception ID from
    // the stream.
    InputStream is = (InputStream)ae.getInputStream() ;
    String excName = ae.getId() ;
    int index = findDeclaredException( excName ) ;
    if (index < 0) {
        excName = is.read_string() ;
        Exception res = new UnexpectedException( excName ) ;
        res.initCause( ae ) ;
        return res ;
    }

    return rws[index].read( is ) ;
}
 
Example 2
public Exception readException( ApplicationException ae )
{
    // Note that the exception ID is present in both ae
    // and in the input stream from ae.  The exception
    // reader must actually read the exception ID from
    // the stream.
    InputStream is = (InputStream)ae.getInputStream() ;
    String excName = ae.getId() ;
    int index = findDeclaredException( excName ) ;
    if (index < 0) {
        excName = is.read_string() ;
        Exception res = new UnexpectedException( excName ) ;
        res.initCause( ae ) ;
        return res ;
    }

    return rws[index].read( is ) ;
}
 
Example 3
public Exception readException( ApplicationException ae )
{
    // Note that the exception ID is present in both ae
    // and in the input stream from ae.  The exception
    // reader must actually read the exception ID from
    // the stream.
    InputStream is = (InputStream)ae.getInputStream() ;
    String excName = ae.getId() ;
    int index = findDeclaredException( excName ) ;
    if (index < 0) {
        excName = is.read_string() ;
        Exception res = new UnexpectedException( excName ) ;
        res.initCause( ae ) ;
        return res ;
    }

    return rws[index].read( is ) ;
}
 
Example 4
Source Project: JDKSourceCode1.8   File: ExceptionHandlerImpl.java    License: MIT License 6 votes vote down vote up
public Exception readException( ApplicationException ae )
{
    // Note that the exception ID is present in both ae
    // and in the input stream from ae.  The exception
    // reader must actually read the exception ID from
    // the stream.
    InputStream is = (InputStream)ae.getInputStream() ;
    String excName = ae.getId() ;
    int index = findDeclaredException( excName ) ;
    if (index < 0) {
        excName = is.read_string() ;
        Exception res = new UnexpectedException( excName ) ;
        res.initCause( ae ) ;
        return res ;
    }

    return rws[index].read( is ) ;
}
 
Example 5
public Exception readException( ApplicationException ae )
{
    // Note that the exception ID is present in both ae
    // and in the input stream from ae.  The exception
    // reader must actually read the exception ID from
    // the stream.
    InputStream is = (InputStream)ae.getInputStream() ;
    String excName = ae.getId() ;
    int index = findDeclaredException( excName ) ;
    if (index < 0) {
        excName = is.read_string() ;
        Exception res = new UnexpectedException( excName ) ;
        res.initCause( ae ) ;
        return res ;
    }

    return rws[index].read( is ) ;
}
 
Example 6
public Exception readException( ApplicationException ae )
{
    // Note that the exception ID is present in both ae
    // and in the input stream from ae.  The exception
    // reader must actually read the exception ID from
    // the stream.
    InputStream is = (InputStream)ae.getInputStream() ;
    String excName = ae.getId() ;
    int index = findDeclaredException( excName ) ;
    if (index < 0) {
        excName = is.read_string() ;
        Exception res = new UnexpectedException( excName ) ;
        res.initCause( ae ) ;
        return res ;
    }

    return rws[index].read( is ) ;
}
 
Example 7
public Exception readException( ApplicationException ae )
{
    // Note that the exception ID is present in both ae
    // and in the input stream from ae.  The exception
    // reader must actually read the exception ID from
    // the stream.
    InputStream is = (InputStream)ae.getInputStream() ;
    String excName = ae.getId() ;
    int index = findDeclaredException( excName ) ;
    if (index < 0) {
        excName = is.read_string() ;
        Exception res = new UnexpectedException( excName ) ;
        res.initCause( ae ) ;
        return res ;
    }

    return rws[index].read( is ) ;
}
 
Example 8
public Exception readException( ApplicationException ae )
{
    // Note that the exception ID is present in both ae
    // and in the input stream from ae.  The exception
    // reader must actually read the exception ID from
    // the stream.
    InputStream is = (InputStream)ae.getInputStream() ;
    String excName = ae.getId() ;
    int index = findDeclaredException( excName ) ;
    if (index < 0) {
        excName = is.read_string() ;
        Exception res = new UnexpectedException( excName ) ;
        res.initCause( ae ) ;
        return res ;
    }

    return rws[index].read( is ) ;
}
 
Example 9
public Exception readException( ApplicationException ae )
{
    // Note that the exception ID is present in both ae
    // and in the input stream from ae.  The exception
    // reader must actually read the exception ID from
    // the stream.
    InputStream is = (InputStream)ae.getInputStream() ;
    String excName = ae.getId() ;
    int index = findDeclaredException( excName ) ;
    if (index < 0) {
        excName = is.read_string() ;
        Exception res = new UnexpectedException( excName ) ;
        res.initCause( ae ) ;
        return res ;
    }

    return rws[index].read( is ) ;
}
 
Example 10
public Exception readException( ApplicationException ae )
{
    // Note that the exception ID is present in both ae
    // and in the input stream from ae.  The exception
    // reader must actually read the exception ID from
    // the stream.
    InputStream is = (InputStream)ae.getInputStream() ;
    String excName = ae.getId() ;
    int index = findDeclaredException( excName ) ;
    if (index < 0) {
        excName = is.read_string() ;
        Exception res = new UnexpectedException( excName ) ;
        res.initCause( ae ) ;
        return res ;
    }

    return rws[index].read( is ) ;
}