Java Code Examples for org.omg.CORBA.portable.BoxedValueHelper#get_id()

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Example 1
/**
 * Examines the valuetag to see how many (if any) repository IDs
 * are present on the wire.  If no repository ID information
 * is on the wire but the expectedType or expectedTypeRepId
 * is known, it will return one of those (favoring the
 * expectedType's repId). Failing that, it uses the supplied
 * BoxedValueHelper to obtain the repository ID, as a last resort.
 */
private String readRepositoryIds(int valueTag,
                                 Class expectedType,
                                 String expectedTypeRepId,
                                 BoxedValueHelper factory) {
    switch(repIdUtil.getTypeInfo(valueTag)) {
        case RepositoryIdUtility.NO_TYPE_INFO :
            // Throw an exception if we have no repository ID info and
            // no expectedType to work with.  Otherwise, how would we
            // know what to unmarshal?
            if (expectedType == null) {
                if (expectedTypeRepId != null) {
                    return expectedTypeRepId;
                } else if (factory != null) {
                    return factory.get_id();
                } else {
                    throw wrapper.expectedTypeNullAndNoRepId(
                        CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
                }
            }
            return repIdStrs.createForAnyType(expectedType);
        case RepositoryIdUtility.SINGLE_REP_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryId();
        case RepositoryIdUtility.PARTIAL_LIST_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryIds();
        default:
            throw wrapper.badValueTag( CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE,
                Integer.toHexString(valueTag) ) ;
    }
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * Examines the valuetag to see how many (if any) repository IDs
 * are present on the wire.  If no repository ID information
 * is on the wire but the expectedType or expectedTypeRepId
 * is known, it will return one of those (favoring the
 * expectedType's repId). Failing that, it uses the supplied
 * BoxedValueHelper to obtain the repository ID, as a last resort.
 */
private String readRepositoryIds(int valueTag,
                                 Class expectedType,
                                 String expectedTypeRepId,
                                 BoxedValueHelper factory) {
    switch(repIdUtil.getTypeInfo(valueTag)) {
        case RepositoryIdUtility.NO_TYPE_INFO :
            // Throw an exception if we have no repository ID info and
            // no expectedType to work with.  Otherwise, how would we
            // know what to unmarshal?
            if (expectedType == null) {
                if (expectedTypeRepId != null) {
                    return expectedTypeRepId;
                } else if (factory != null) {
                    return factory.get_id();
                } else {
                    throw wrapper.expectedTypeNullAndNoRepId(
                        CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
                }
            }
            return repIdStrs.createForAnyType(expectedType);
        case RepositoryIdUtility.SINGLE_REP_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryId();
        case RepositoryIdUtility.PARTIAL_LIST_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryIds();
        default:
            throw wrapper.badValueTag( CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE,
                Integer.toHexString(valueTag) ) ;
    }
}
 
Example 3
/**
 * Examines the valuetag to see how many (if any) repository IDs
 * are present on the wire.  If no repository ID information
 * is on the wire but the expectedType or expectedTypeRepId
 * is known, it will return one of those (favoring the
 * expectedType's repId). Failing that, it uses the supplied
 * BoxedValueHelper to obtain the repository ID, as a last resort.
 */
private String readRepositoryIds(int valueTag,
                                 Class expectedType,
                                 String expectedTypeRepId,
                                 BoxedValueHelper factory) {
    switch(repIdUtil.getTypeInfo(valueTag)) {
        case RepositoryIdUtility.NO_TYPE_INFO :
            // Throw an exception if we have no repository ID info and
            // no expectedType to work with.  Otherwise, how would we
            // know what to unmarshal?
            if (expectedType == null) {
                if (expectedTypeRepId != null) {
                    return expectedTypeRepId;
                } else if (factory != null) {
                    return factory.get_id();
                } else {
                    throw wrapper.expectedTypeNullAndNoRepId(
                        CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
                }
            }
            return repIdStrs.createForAnyType(expectedType);
        case RepositoryIdUtility.SINGLE_REP_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryId();
        case RepositoryIdUtility.PARTIAL_LIST_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryIds();
        default:
            throw wrapper.badValueTag( CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE,
                Integer.toHexString(valueTag) ) ;
    }
}
 
Example 4
Source Project: JDKSourceCode1.8   File: CDRInputStream_1_0.java    License: MIT License 5 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Examines the valuetag to see how many (if any) repository IDs
 * are present on the wire.  If no repository ID information
 * is on the wire but the expectedType or expectedTypeRepId
 * is known, it will return one of those (favoring the
 * expectedType's repId). Failing that, it uses the supplied
 * BoxedValueHelper to obtain the repository ID, as a last resort.
 */
private String readRepositoryIds(int valueTag,
                                 Class expectedType,
                                 String expectedTypeRepId,
                                 BoxedValueHelper factory) {
    switch(repIdUtil.getTypeInfo(valueTag)) {
        case RepositoryIdUtility.NO_TYPE_INFO :
            // Throw an exception if we have no repository ID info and
            // no expectedType to work with.  Otherwise, how would we
            // know what to unmarshal?
            if (expectedType == null) {
                if (expectedTypeRepId != null) {
                    return expectedTypeRepId;
                } else if (factory != null) {
                    return factory.get_id();
                } else {
                    throw wrapper.expectedTypeNullAndNoRepId(
                        CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
                }
            }
            return repIdStrs.createForAnyType(expectedType);
        case RepositoryIdUtility.SINGLE_REP_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryId();
        case RepositoryIdUtility.PARTIAL_LIST_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryIds();
        default:
            throw wrapper.badValueTag( CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE,
                Integer.toHexString(valueTag) ) ;
    }
}
 
Example 5
/**
 * Examines the valuetag to see how many (if any) repository IDs
 * are present on the wire.  If no repository ID information
 * is on the wire but the expectedType or expectedTypeRepId
 * is known, it will return one of those (favoring the
 * expectedType's repId). Failing that, it uses the supplied
 * BoxedValueHelper to obtain the repository ID, as a last resort.
 */
private String readRepositoryIds(int valueTag,
                                 Class expectedType,
                                 String expectedTypeRepId,
                                 BoxedValueHelper factory) {
    switch(repIdUtil.getTypeInfo(valueTag)) {
        case RepositoryIdUtility.NO_TYPE_INFO :
            // Throw an exception if we have no repository ID info and
            // no expectedType to work with.  Otherwise, how would we
            // know what to unmarshal?
            if (expectedType == null) {
                if (expectedTypeRepId != null) {
                    return expectedTypeRepId;
                } else if (factory != null) {
                    return factory.get_id();
                } else {
                    throw wrapper.expectedTypeNullAndNoRepId(
                        CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
                }
            }
            return repIdStrs.createForAnyType(expectedType);
        case RepositoryIdUtility.SINGLE_REP_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryId();
        case RepositoryIdUtility.PARTIAL_LIST_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryIds();
        default:
            throw wrapper.badValueTag( CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE,
                Integer.toHexString(valueTag) ) ;
    }
}
 
Example 6
/**
 * Examines the valuetag to see how many (if any) repository IDs
 * are present on the wire.  If no repository ID information
 * is on the wire but the expectedType or expectedTypeRepId
 * is known, it will return one of those (favoring the
 * expectedType's repId). Failing that, it uses the supplied
 * BoxedValueHelper to obtain the repository ID, as a last resort.
 */
private String readRepositoryIds(int valueTag,
                                 Class expectedType,
                                 String expectedTypeRepId,
                                 BoxedValueHelper factory) {
    switch(repIdUtil.getTypeInfo(valueTag)) {
        case RepositoryIdUtility.NO_TYPE_INFO :
            // Throw an exception if we have no repository ID info and
            // no expectedType to work with.  Otherwise, how would we
            // know what to unmarshal?
            if (expectedType == null) {
                if (expectedTypeRepId != null) {
                    return expectedTypeRepId;
                } else if (factory != null) {
                    return factory.get_id();
                } else {
                    throw wrapper.expectedTypeNullAndNoRepId(
                        CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
                }
            }
            return repIdStrs.createForAnyType(expectedType);
        case RepositoryIdUtility.SINGLE_REP_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryId();
        case RepositoryIdUtility.PARTIAL_LIST_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryIds();
        default:
            throw wrapper.badValueTag( CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE,
                Integer.toHexString(valueTag) ) ;
    }
}
 
Example 7
/**
 * Examines the valuetag to see how many (if any) repository IDs
 * are present on the wire.  If no repository ID information
 * is on the wire but the expectedType or expectedTypeRepId
 * is known, it will return one of those (favoring the
 * expectedType's repId). Failing that, it uses the supplied
 * BoxedValueHelper to obtain the repository ID, as a last resort.
 */
private String readRepositoryIds(int valueTag,
                                 Class expectedType,
                                 String expectedTypeRepId,
                                 BoxedValueHelper factory) {
    switch(repIdUtil.getTypeInfo(valueTag)) {
        case RepositoryIdUtility.NO_TYPE_INFO :
            // Throw an exception if we have no repository ID info and
            // no expectedType to work with.  Otherwise, how would we
            // know what to unmarshal?
            if (expectedType == null) {
                if (expectedTypeRepId != null) {
                    return expectedTypeRepId;
                } else if (factory != null) {
                    return factory.get_id();
                } else {
                    throw wrapper.expectedTypeNullAndNoRepId(
                        CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
                }
            }
            return repIdStrs.createForAnyType(expectedType);
        case RepositoryIdUtility.SINGLE_REP_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryId();
        case RepositoryIdUtility.PARTIAL_LIST_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryIds();
        default:
            throw wrapper.badValueTag( CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE,
                Integer.toHexString(valueTag) ) ;
    }
}
 
Example 8
/**
 * Examines the valuetag to see how many (if any) repository IDs
 * are present on the wire.  If no repository ID information
 * is on the wire but the expectedType or expectedTypeRepId
 * is known, it will return one of those (favoring the
 * expectedType's repId). Failing that, it uses the supplied
 * BoxedValueHelper to obtain the repository ID, as a last resort.
 */
private String readRepositoryIds(int valueTag,
                                 Class expectedType,
                                 String expectedTypeRepId,
                                 BoxedValueHelper factory) {
    switch(repIdUtil.getTypeInfo(valueTag)) {
        case RepositoryIdUtility.NO_TYPE_INFO :
            // Throw an exception if we have no repository ID info and
            // no expectedType to work with.  Otherwise, how would we
            // know what to unmarshal?
            if (expectedType == null) {
                if (expectedTypeRepId != null) {
                    return expectedTypeRepId;
                } else if (factory != null) {
                    return factory.get_id();
                } else {
                    throw wrapper.expectedTypeNullAndNoRepId(
                        CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
                }
            }
            return repIdStrs.createForAnyType(expectedType);
        case RepositoryIdUtility.SINGLE_REP_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryId();
        case RepositoryIdUtility.PARTIAL_LIST_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryIds();
        default:
            throw wrapper.badValueTag( CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE,
                Integer.toHexString(valueTag) ) ;
    }
}
 
Example 9
/**
 * Examines the valuetag to see how many (if any) repository IDs
 * are present on the wire.  If no repository ID information
 * is on the wire but the expectedType or expectedTypeRepId
 * is known, it will return one of those (favoring the
 * expectedType's repId). Failing that, it uses the supplied
 * BoxedValueHelper to obtain the repository ID, as a last resort.
 */
private String readRepositoryIds(int valueTag,
                                 Class expectedType,
                                 String expectedTypeRepId,
                                 BoxedValueHelper factory) {
    switch(repIdUtil.getTypeInfo(valueTag)) {
        case RepositoryIdUtility.NO_TYPE_INFO :
            // Throw an exception if we have no repository ID info and
            // no expectedType to work with.  Otherwise, how would we
            // know what to unmarshal?
            if (expectedType == null) {
                if (expectedTypeRepId != null) {
                    return expectedTypeRepId;
                } else if (factory != null) {
                    return factory.get_id();
                } else {
                    throw wrapper.expectedTypeNullAndNoRepId(
                        CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
                }
            }
            return repIdStrs.createForAnyType(expectedType);
        case RepositoryIdUtility.SINGLE_REP_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryId();
        case RepositoryIdUtility.PARTIAL_LIST_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryIds();
        default:
            throw wrapper.badValueTag( CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE,
                Integer.toHexString(valueTag) ) ;
    }
}
 
Example 10
/**
 * Examines the valuetag to see how many (if any) repository IDs
 * are present on the wire.  If no repository ID information
 * is on the wire but the expectedType or expectedTypeRepId
 * is known, it will return one of those (favoring the
 * expectedType's repId). Failing that, it uses the supplied
 * BoxedValueHelper to obtain the repository ID, as a last resort.
 */
private String readRepositoryIds(int valueTag,
                                 Class expectedType,
                                 String expectedTypeRepId,
                                 BoxedValueHelper factory) {
    switch(repIdUtil.getTypeInfo(valueTag)) {
        case RepositoryIdUtility.NO_TYPE_INFO :
            // Throw an exception if we have no repository ID info and
            // no expectedType to work with.  Otherwise, how would we
            // know what to unmarshal?
            if (expectedType == null) {
                if (expectedTypeRepId != null) {
                    return expectedTypeRepId;
                } else if (factory != null) {
                    return factory.get_id();
                } else {
                    throw wrapper.expectedTypeNullAndNoRepId(
                        CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE);
                }
            }
            return repIdStrs.createForAnyType(expectedType);
        case RepositoryIdUtility.SINGLE_REP_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryId();
        case RepositoryIdUtility.PARTIAL_LIST_TYPE_INFO :
            return read_repositoryIds();
        default:
            throw wrapper.badValueTag( CompletionStatus.COMPLETED_MAYBE,
                Integer.toHexString(valueTag) ) ;
    }
}