TAO_Object_Ref_Table Class Reference

Keep a table de-stringified object references registered with the ORB. More...

#include <Object_Ref_Table.h>

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Public Types

typedef ACE_Array_Map
< CORBA::String_var,
TAO::String_Var_Equal_To > 
typedef Table::iterator iterator

Public Member Functions

 TAO_Object_Ref_Table (void)
int register_initial_reference (const char *id, CORBA::Object_ptr obj, bool rebind=false)
CORBA::Object_ptr unregister_initial_reference (const char *id)
CORBA::Object_ptr resolve_initial_reference (const char *id)
void destroy (void)
 Explicitly destroy the contents of the object reference table.
size_t current_size (void) const
 Return the current size of the underlying table.
Forward Iterators

iterator begin (void)
iterator end (void)

Private Member Functions

 TAO_Object_Ref_Table (const TAO_Object_Ref_Table &)
void operator= (const TAO_Object_Ref_Table &)
The canonical ACE_Map methods

int bind_i (const char *orb_id, CORBA::Object_ptr obj)
CORBA::Object_ptr find_i (const char *orb_id)
int unbind_i (const char *orb_id)

Private Attributes

Table table_
 The implementation.
 Table synchronization lock.

Detailed Description

Keep a table de-stringified object references registered with the ORB.

The class is necessary to allow local objects to be accessible via the resolve_initial_references() mechanism. Since local object references cannot be stringified, they cannot be placed into the initial reference map that maps object key/name to stringified object reference. Hence, another table is needed.

The stringified reference table is still needed since it is sometimes necessary to delay de-stringification of an IOR until it is needed. For example, "corbaname" may return different results on each use.

Member Typedef Documentation

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

TAO_Object_Ref_Table::TAO_Object_Ref_Table ( void   ) 


TAO_Object_Ref_Table::TAO_Object_Ref_Table ( const TAO_Object_Ref_Table  )  [private]

Member Function Documentation

TAO_Object_Ref_Table::iterator TAO_Object_Ref_Table::begin ( void   ) 
int TAO_Object_Ref_Table::bind_i ( const char *  orb_id,
CORBA::Object_ptr  obj 
) [private]
size_t TAO_Object_Ref_Table::current_size ( void   )  const

Return the current size of the underlying table.

void TAO_Object_Ref_Table::destroy ( void   ) 

Explicitly destroy the contents of the object reference table.

TAO_Object_Ref_Table::iterator TAO_Object_Ref_Table::end ( void   ) 
CORBA::Object_ptr TAO_Object_Ref_Table::find_i ( const char *  orb_id  )  [private]
void TAO_Object_Ref_Table::operator= ( const TAO_Object_Ref_Table  )  [private]
int TAO_Object_Ref_Table::register_initial_reference ( const char *  id,
CORBA::Object_ptr  obj,
bool  rebind = false 

Register an object reference with the table, and map the given ID to it.

Return values:
0 Success
-1 Duplicate id if rebind is false
CORBA::Object_ptr TAO_Object_Ref_Table::resolve_initial_reference ( const char *  id  ) 

Return the object reference associated with the given ID. A duplicate is returned.

int TAO_Object_Ref_Table::unbind_i ( const char *  orb_id  )  [private]
CORBA::Object_ptr TAO_Object_Ref_Table::unregister_initial_reference ( const char *  id  ) 

Unregister an object reference with the table

Member Data Documentation

TAO_SYNCH_MUTEX TAO_Object_Ref_Table::lock_ [private]

Table synchronization lock.

The implementation.

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