Interface ActivationInstantiator

All Superinterfaces:
Known Implementing Classes:
ActivationGroup, ActivationGroup_Stub, DefaultActivationGroup

public interface ActivationInstantiator
extends Remote

The implementation of this interface creates (instantiates) the new remote objects in response to the activation request. The instantiator is returned by the ActivationGroup that calls ActivationSystem.activeGroup(ActivationGroupID,ActivationInstantiator,long).

Method Summary

extends Remote> newInstance(ActivationID id, ActivationDesc desc)
Creates and instantiate a new remote object.

Method Details

extends Remote> newInstance

public MarshalledObjectextends Remote> newInstance(ActivationID id,
                                                      ActivationDesc desc)
            throws ActivationException,
Creates and instantiate a new remote object. This method performs the following tasks:
  • Finds and loads (if not already loaded) the class of the object being instantiated
  • Creates an instance of the object using its special two parameter activation constructor, the first parameter being the ActivationID and the second the MarshalledObject.
id - the id of the object being instantiated
desc - the activation descriptor being instantiated
the MarshalledObject, containing the stub to the newly created object.
ActivationException - if the activation fails
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