Java Code Examples for com.sun.corba.se.impl.logging.ORBUtilSystemException#invalidCodeSetString()

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Example 1
/**
 * Creates a CodeSetComponent from a String which contains a comma
 * delimited list of OSF Code Set Registry numbers.  An INITIALIZE
 * exception is thrown if any of the numbers are not known by our
 * registry.  Used by corba.ORB init.
 *
 * The first number in the list is taken as the native code set,
 * and the rest is the conversion code set list.
 *
 * The numbers can either be decimal or hex.
 */
public static CodeSetComponent createFromString(String str) {
    ORBUtilSystemException wrapper = ORBUtilSystemException.get(
        CORBALogDomains.RPC_ENCODING ) ;

    if (str == null || str.length() == 0)
        throw wrapper.badCodeSetString() ;

    StringTokenizer stok = new StringTokenizer(str, ", ", false);
    int nativeSet = 0;
    int conversionInts[] = null;

    try {

        // The first value is the native code set
        nativeSet = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken()).intValue();

        if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(nativeSet) == null)
            throw wrapper.unknownNativeCodeset( new Integer(nativeSet) ) ;

        List conversionList = new ArrayList(10);

        // Now process the other values as part of the
        // conversion code set list.
        while (stok.hasMoreTokens()) {

            // decode allows us to specify hex, decimal, etc
            Integer value = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken());

            if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(value.intValue()) == null)
                throw wrapper.unknownConversionCodeSet( value ) ;

            conversionList.add(value);
        }

        conversionInts = new int[conversionList.size()];

        for (int i = 0; i < conversionInts.length; i++)
            conversionInts[i] = ((Integer)conversionList.get(i)).intValue();

    } catch (NumberFormatException nfe) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetNumber( nfe ) ;
    } catch (NoSuchElementException nsee) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetString( nsee, str ) ;
    }

    // Otherwise return the CodeSetComponent representing
    // the given values
    return new CodeSetComponent(nativeSet, conversionInts);
}
 
Example 2
/**
 * Creates a CodeSetComponent from a String which contains a comma
 * delimited list of OSF Code Set Registry numbers.  An INITIALIZE
 * exception is thrown if any of the numbers are not known by our
 * registry.  Used by corba.ORB init.
 *
 * The first number in the list is taken as the native code set,
 * and the rest is the conversion code set list.
 *
 * The numbers can either be decimal or hex.
 */
public static CodeSetComponent createFromString(String str) {
    ORBUtilSystemException wrapper = ORBUtilSystemException.get(
        CORBALogDomains.RPC_ENCODING ) ;

    if (str == null || str.length() == 0)
        throw wrapper.badCodeSetString() ;

    StringTokenizer stok = new StringTokenizer(str, ", ", false);
    int nativeSet = 0;
    int conversionInts[] = null;

    try {

        // The first value is the native code set
        nativeSet = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken()).intValue();

        if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(nativeSet) == null)
            throw wrapper.unknownNativeCodeset( new Integer(nativeSet) ) ;

        List conversionList = new ArrayList(10);

        // Now process the other values as part of the
        // conversion code set list.
        while (stok.hasMoreTokens()) {

            // decode allows us to specify hex, decimal, etc
            Integer value = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken());

            if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(value.intValue()) == null)
                throw wrapper.unknownConversionCodeSet( value ) ;

            conversionList.add(value);
        }

        conversionInts = new int[conversionList.size()];

        for (int i = 0; i < conversionInts.length; i++)
            conversionInts[i] = ((Integer)conversionList.get(i)).intValue();

    } catch (NumberFormatException nfe) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetNumber( nfe ) ;
    } catch (NoSuchElementException nsee) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetString( nsee, str ) ;
    }

    // Otherwise return the CodeSetComponent representing
    // the given values
    return new CodeSetComponent(nativeSet, conversionInts);
}
 
Example 3
/**
 * Creates a CodeSetComponent from a String which contains a comma
 * delimited list of OSF Code Set Registry numbers.  An INITIALIZE
 * exception is thrown if any of the numbers are not known by our
 * registry.  Used by corba.ORB init.
 *
 * The first number in the list is taken as the native code set,
 * and the rest is the conversion code set list.
 *
 * The numbers can either be decimal or hex.
 */
public static CodeSetComponent createFromString(String str) {
    ORBUtilSystemException wrapper = ORBUtilSystemException.get(
        CORBALogDomains.RPC_ENCODING ) ;

    if (str == null || str.length() == 0)
        throw wrapper.badCodeSetString() ;

    StringTokenizer stok = new StringTokenizer(str, ", ", false);
    int nativeSet = 0;
    int conversionInts[] = null;

    try {

        // The first value is the native code set
        nativeSet = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken()).intValue();

        if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(nativeSet) == null)
            throw wrapper.unknownNativeCodeset( new Integer(nativeSet) ) ;

        List conversionList = new ArrayList(10);

        // Now process the other values as part of the
        // conversion code set list.
        while (stok.hasMoreTokens()) {

            // decode allows us to specify hex, decimal, etc
            Integer value = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken());

            if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(value.intValue()) == null)
                throw wrapper.unknownConversionCodeSet( value ) ;

            conversionList.add(value);
        }

        conversionInts = new int[conversionList.size()];

        for (int i = 0; i < conversionInts.length; i++)
            conversionInts[i] = ((Integer)conversionList.get(i)).intValue();

    } catch (NumberFormatException nfe) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetNumber( nfe ) ;
    } catch (NoSuchElementException nsee) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetString( nsee, str ) ;
    }

    // Otherwise return the CodeSetComponent representing
    // the given values
    return new CodeSetComponent(nativeSet, conversionInts);
}
 
Example 4
Source Project: JDKSourceCode1.8   File: CodeSetComponentInfo.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Creates a CodeSetComponent from a String which contains a comma
 * delimited list of OSF Code Set Registry numbers.  An INITIALIZE
 * exception is thrown if any of the numbers are not known by our
 * registry.  Used by corba.ORB init.
 *
 * The first number in the list is taken as the native code set,
 * and the rest is the conversion code set list.
 *
 * The numbers can either be decimal or hex.
 */
public static CodeSetComponent createFromString(String str) {
    ORBUtilSystemException wrapper = ORBUtilSystemException.get(
        CORBALogDomains.RPC_ENCODING ) ;

    if (str == null || str.length() == 0)
        throw wrapper.badCodeSetString() ;

    StringTokenizer stok = new StringTokenizer(str, ", ", false);
    int nativeSet = 0;
    int conversionInts[] = null;

    try {

        // The first value is the native code set
        nativeSet = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken()).intValue();

        if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(nativeSet) == null)
            throw wrapper.unknownNativeCodeset( new Integer(nativeSet) ) ;

        List conversionList = new ArrayList(10);

        // Now process the other values as part of the
        // conversion code set list.
        while (stok.hasMoreTokens()) {

            // decode allows us to specify hex, decimal, etc
            Integer value = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken());

            if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(value.intValue()) == null)
                throw wrapper.unknownConversionCodeSet( value ) ;

            conversionList.add(value);
        }

        conversionInts = new int[conversionList.size()];

        for (int i = 0; i < conversionInts.length; i++)
            conversionInts[i] = ((Integer)conversionList.get(i)).intValue();

    } catch (NumberFormatException nfe) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetNumber( nfe ) ;
    } catch (NoSuchElementException nsee) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetString( nsee, str ) ;
    }

    // Otherwise return the CodeSetComponent representing
    // the given values
    return new CodeSetComponent(nativeSet, conversionInts);
}
 
Example 5
/**
 * Creates a CodeSetComponent from a String which contains a comma
 * delimited list of OSF Code Set Registry numbers.  An INITIALIZE
 * exception is thrown if any of the numbers are not known by our
 * registry.  Used by corba.ORB init.
 *
 * The first number in the list is taken as the native code set,
 * and the rest is the conversion code set list.
 *
 * The numbers can either be decimal or hex.
 */
public static CodeSetComponent createFromString(String str) {
    ORBUtilSystemException wrapper = ORBUtilSystemException.get(
        CORBALogDomains.RPC_ENCODING ) ;

    if (str == null || str.length() == 0)
        throw wrapper.badCodeSetString() ;

    StringTokenizer stok = new StringTokenizer(str, ", ", false);
    int nativeSet = 0;
    int conversionInts[] = null;

    try {

        // The first value is the native code set
        nativeSet = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken()).intValue();

        if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(nativeSet) == null)
            throw wrapper.unknownNativeCodeset( new Integer(nativeSet) ) ;

        List conversionList = new ArrayList(10);

        // Now process the other values as part of the
        // conversion code set list.
        while (stok.hasMoreTokens()) {

            // decode allows us to specify hex, decimal, etc
            Integer value = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken());

            if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(value.intValue()) == null)
                throw wrapper.unknownConversionCodeSet( value ) ;

            conversionList.add(value);
        }

        conversionInts = new int[conversionList.size()];

        for (int i = 0; i < conversionInts.length; i++)
            conversionInts[i] = ((Integer)conversionList.get(i)).intValue();

    } catch (NumberFormatException nfe) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetNumber( nfe ) ;
    } catch (NoSuchElementException nsee) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetString( nsee, str ) ;
    }

    // Otherwise return the CodeSetComponent representing
    // the given values
    return new CodeSetComponent(nativeSet, conversionInts);
}
 
Example 6
/**
 * Creates a CodeSetComponent from a String which contains a comma
 * delimited list of OSF Code Set Registry numbers.  An INITIALIZE
 * exception is thrown if any of the numbers are not known by our
 * registry.  Used by corba.ORB init.
 *
 * The first number in the list is taken as the native code set,
 * and the rest is the conversion code set list.
 *
 * The numbers can either be decimal or hex.
 */
public static CodeSetComponent createFromString(String str) {
    ORBUtilSystemException wrapper = ORBUtilSystemException.get(
        CORBALogDomains.RPC_ENCODING ) ;

    if (str == null || str.length() == 0)
        throw wrapper.badCodeSetString() ;

    StringTokenizer stok = new StringTokenizer(str, ", ", false);
    int nativeSet = 0;
    int conversionInts[] = null;

    try {

        // The first value is the native code set
        nativeSet = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken()).intValue();

        if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(nativeSet) == null)
            throw wrapper.unknownNativeCodeset( new Integer(nativeSet) ) ;

        List conversionList = new ArrayList(10);

        // Now process the other values as part of the
        // conversion code set list.
        while (stok.hasMoreTokens()) {

            // decode allows us to specify hex, decimal, etc
            Integer value = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken());

            if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(value.intValue()) == null)
                throw wrapper.unknownConversionCodeSet( value ) ;

            conversionList.add(value);
        }

        conversionInts = new int[conversionList.size()];

        for (int i = 0; i < conversionInts.length; i++)
            conversionInts[i] = ((Integer)conversionList.get(i)).intValue();

    } catch (NumberFormatException nfe) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetNumber( nfe ) ;
    } catch (NoSuchElementException nsee) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetString( nsee, str ) ;
    }

    // Otherwise return the CodeSetComponent representing
    // the given values
    return new CodeSetComponent(nativeSet, conversionInts);
}
 
Example 7
/**
 * Creates a CodeSetComponent from a String which contains a comma
 * delimited list of OSF Code Set Registry numbers.  An INITIALIZE
 * exception is thrown if any of the numbers are not known by our
 * registry.  Used by corba.ORB init.
 *
 * The first number in the list is taken as the native code set,
 * and the rest is the conversion code set list.
 *
 * The numbers can either be decimal or hex.
 */
public static CodeSetComponent createFromString(String str) {
    ORBUtilSystemException wrapper = ORBUtilSystemException.get(
        CORBALogDomains.RPC_ENCODING ) ;

    if (str == null || str.length() == 0)
        throw wrapper.badCodeSetString() ;

    StringTokenizer stok = new StringTokenizer(str, ", ", false);
    int nativeSet = 0;
    int conversionInts[] = null;

    try {

        // The first value is the native code set
        nativeSet = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken()).intValue();

        if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(nativeSet) == null)
            throw wrapper.unknownNativeCodeset( new Integer(nativeSet) ) ;

        List conversionList = new ArrayList(10);

        // Now process the other values as part of the
        // conversion code set list.
        while (stok.hasMoreTokens()) {

            // decode allows us to specify hex, decimal, etc
            Integer value = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken());

            if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(value.intValue()) == null)
                throw wrapper.unknownConversionCodeSet( value ) ;

            conversionList.add(value);
        }

        conversionInts = new int[conversionList.size()];

        for (int i = 0; i < conversionInts.length; i++)
            conversionInts[i] = ((Integer)conversionList.get(i)).intValue();

    } catch (NumberFormatException nfe) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetNumber( nfe ) ;
    } catch (NoSuchElementException nsee) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetString( nsee, str ) ;
    }

    // Otherwise return the CodeSetComponent representing
    // the given values
    return new CodeSetComponent(nativeSet, conversionInts);
}
 
Example 8
/**
 * Creates a CodeSetComponent from a String which contains a comma
 * delimited list of OSF Code Set Registry numbers.  An INITIALIZE
 * exception is thrown if any of the numbers are not known by our
 * registry.  Used by corba.ORB init.
 *
 * The first number in the list is taken as the native code set,
 * and the rest is the conversion code set list.
 *
 * The numbers can either be decimal or hex.
 */
public static CodeSetComponent createFromString(String str) {
    ORBUtilSystemException wrapper = ORBUtilSystemException.get(
        CORBALogDomains.RPC_ENCODING ) ;

    if (str == null || str.length() == 0)
        throw wrapper.badCodeSetString() ;

    StringTokenizer stok = new StringTokenizer(str, ", ", false);
    int nativeSet = 0;
    int conversionInts[] = null;

    try {

        // The first value is the native code set
        nativeSet = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken()).intValue();

        if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(nativeSet) == null)
            throw wrapper.unknownNativeCodeset( new Integer(nativeSet) ) ;

        List conversionList = new ArrayList(10);

        // Now process the other values as part of the
        // conversion code set list.
        while (stok.hasMoreTokens()) {

            // decode allows us to specify hex, decimal, etc
            Integer value = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken());

            if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(value.intValue()) == null)
                throw wrapper.unknownConversionCodeSet( value ) ;

            conversionList.add(value);
        }

        conversionInts = new int[conversionList.size()];

        for (int i = 0; i < conversionInts.length; i++)
            conversionInts[i] = ((Integer)conversionList.get(i)).intValue();

    } catch (NumberFormatException nfe) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetNumber( nfe ) ;
    } catch (NoSuchElementException nsee) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetString( nsee, str ) ;
    }

    // Otherwise return the CodeSetComponent representing
    // the given values
    return new CodeSetComponent(nativeSet, conversionInts);
}
 
Example 9
/**
 * Creates a CodeSetComponent from a String which contains a comma
 * delimited list of OSF Code Set Registry numbers.  An INITIALIZE
 * exception is thrown if any of the numbers are not known by our
 * registry.  Used by corba.ORB init.
 *
 * The first number in the list is taken as the native code set,
 * and the rest is the conversion code set list.
 *
 * The numbers can either be decimal or hex.
 */
public static CodeSetComponent createFromString(String str) {
    ORBUtilSystemException wrapper = ORBUtilSystemException.get(
        CORBALogDomains.RPC_ENCODING ) ;

    if (str == null || str.length() == 0)
        throw wrapper.badCodeSetString() ;

    StringTokenizer stok = new StringTokenizer(str, ", ", false);
    int nativeSet = 0;
    int conversionInts[] = null;

    try {

        // The first value is the native code set
        nativeSet = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken()).intValue();

        if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(nativeSet) == null)
            throw wrapper.unknownNativeCodeset( new Integer(nativeSet) ) ;

        List conversionList = new ArrayList(10);

        // Now process the other values as part of the
        // conversion code set list.
        while (stok.hasMoreTokens()) {

            // decode allows us to specify hex, decimal, etc
            Integer value = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken());

            if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(value.intValue()) == null)
                throw wrapper.unknownConversionCodeSet( value ) ;

            conversionList.add(value);
        }

        conversionInts = new int[conversionList.size()];

        for (int i = 0; i < conversionInts.length; i++)
            conversionInts[i] = ((Integer)conversionList.get(i)).intValue();

    } catch (NumberFormatException nfe) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetNumber( nfe ) ;
    } catch (NoSuchElementException nsee) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetString( nsee, str ) ;
    }

    // Otherwise return the CodeSetComponent representing
    // the given values
    return new CodeSetComponent(nativeSet, conversionInts);
}
 
Example 10
/**
 * Creates a CodeSetComponent from a String which contains a comma
 * delimited list of OSF Code Set Registry numbers.  An INITIALIZE
 * exception is thrown if any of the numbers are not known by our
 * registry.  Used by corba.ORB init.
 *
 * The first number in the list is taken as the native code set,
 * and the rest is the conversion code set list.
 *
 * The numbers can either be decimal or hex.
 */
public static CodeSetComponent createFromString(String str) {
    ORBUtilSystemException wrapper = ORBUtilSystemException.get(
        CORBALogDomains.RPC_ENCODING ) ;

    if (str == null || str.length() == 0)
        throw wrapper.badCodeSetString() ;

    StringTokenizer stok = new StringTokenizer(str, ", ", false);
    int nativeSet = 0;
    int conversionInts[] = null;

    try {

        // The first value is the native code set
        nativeSet = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken()).intValue();

        if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(nativeSet) == null)
            throw wrapper.unknownNativeCodeset( new Integer(nativeSet) ) ;

        List conversionList = new ArrayList(10);

        // Now process the other values as part of the
        // conversion code set list.
        while (stok.hasMoreTokens()) {

            // decode allows us to specify hex, decimal, etc
            Integer value = Integer.decode(stok.nextToken());

            if (OSFCodeSetRegistry.lookupEntry(value.intValue()) == null)
                throw wrapper.unknownConversionCodeSet( value ) ;

            conversionList.add(value);
        }

        conversionInts = new int[conversionList.size()];

        for (int i = 0; i < conversionInts.length; i++)
            conversionInts[i] = ((Integer)conversionList.get(i)).intValue();

    } catch (NumberFormatException nfe) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetNumber( nfe ) ;
    } catch (NoSuchElementException nsee) {
        throw wrapper.invalidCodeSetString( nsee, str ) ;
    }

    // Otherwise return the CodeSetComponent representing
    // the given values
    return new CodeSetComponent(nativeSet, conversionInts);
}