Interface Activator

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public interface Activator
extends Remote

Activates remote object, providing the live reference to the activable remote object. Usually there is only one activator per host.
See Also:
ActivationSystem, ActivationMonitor

Method Summary

extends Remote> activate(ActivationID id, boolean force)
Activate the object, associated with the given activation identifier.

Method Details

extends Remote> activate

public MarshalledObjectextends Remote> activate(ActivationID id,
                                                   boolean force)
            throws ActivationException,
Activate the object, associated with the given activation identifier. The activator looks for the ActivationDescriptor for the passed identifier, determines the object activation group and initiates object recreation either via ActivationInstantiator or via Class.newInstance().
id - the identifier of the object to activate.
force - if true, the activator always contacts the group to obtain the reference. If false, it may return the cached value.
the activated remote object (its stub).
UnknownObjectException - if the object with this id is unknown
ActivationException - if the activation has failed due other reason
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