org.omg.CORBA_2_3.portable

Class OutputStream

Implemented Interfaces:
AutoCloseable, Closeable, Flushable

public abstract class OutputStream
extends OutputStream

This class defines a new CDR input stream methods, added since CORBA 2.3. This class is abstract; no direct instances can be instantiated. Also, up till v 1.4 inclusive there are no methods that would return it directly. However since 1.3 all methods, declared as returning an org.omg.CORBA.portable.InputStream actually return the instance of this derived class and the new methods are accessible after the casting operation.

Method Summary

void
write_abstract_interface(Object an_interface)
Writes an abstract interface to the stream.
void
write_value(Serializable value)
Writes a value type into the output stream.
void
write_value(Serializable value, String repository_id)
Writes a value type into the output stream, stating it has the given repository id.
void
write_value(Serializable value, BoxedValueHelper helper)
Write value to the stream using the boxed value helper.

Methods inherited from class org.omg.CORBA.portable.OutputStream

create_input_stream, orb, write, write_Context, write_Object, write_Principal, write_TypeCode, write_any, write_boolean, write_boolean_array, write_char, write_char_array, write_double, write_double_array, write_fixed, write_float, write_float_array, write_long, write_long_array, write_longlong, write_longlong_array, write_octet, write_octet_array, write_short, write_short_array, write_string, write_ulong, write_ulong_array, write_ulonglong, write_ulonglong_array, write_ushort, write_ushort_array, write_wchar, write_wchar_array, write_wstring

Methods inherited from class java.io.OutputStream

close, flush, write, write, write

Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object

clone, equals, extends Object> getClass, finalize, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait

Method Details

write_abstract_interface

public void write_abstract_interface(Object an_interface)
Writes an abstract interface to the stream. An abstract interface can be eithe CORBA object or value type and is written as a union with the boolean discriminator (false for objects, true for value types). The object from value is separated by fact that all values implement the ValueBase interface. Also, the passed parameter is treated as value it it does not implement CORBA Object.
Parameters:
an_interface - an abstract interface to write.

write_value

public void write_value(Serializable value)
Writes a value type into the output stream. The value type must implement either CustomValue (for user-defined writing method) or StreamableValue (for standard writing using code, generated by IDL compiler). The written record will have a repository id, matching the class of the passed object. The codebase will not be written.
Parameters:
value - a value type object to write.

write_value

public void write_value(Serializable value,
                        String repository_id)
Writes a value type into the output stream, stating it has the given repository id. The value type must implement either CustomValue (for user-defined writing method) or StreamableValue (for standard writing using code, generated by IDL compiler).
Parameters:
value - a value type object to write.
repository_id - a repository id of the value type.

write_value

public void write_value(Serializable value,
                        BoxedValueHelper helper)
Write value to the stream using the boxed value helper. The value type must implement either CustomValue (for user-defined writing method) or StreamableValue (for standard writing using code, generated by IDL compiler).
Parameters:
value - a value to write.
helper - a helper, responsible for the writing operation.

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