- All Implemented Interfaces:
public class IndirectionException
- extends SystemException
The Indirection exception is a Java specific system exception.
It is thrown when the ORB's input stream is called to demarshal
a value that is encoded as an indirection that is in the process
of being demarshaled. This can occur when the ORB input stream
calls the ValueHandler to demarshal an RMI value whose state
contains a recursive reference to itself. Because the top-level
ValueHandler.read_value() call has not yet returned a value,
the ORB input stream's indirection table does not contain an entry
for an object with the stream offset specified by the indirection
tag. The stream offset is returned in the exception's offset field.
- See Also:
Points to the stream's offset.
Creates an IndirectionException with the right offset value.
public int offset
- Points to the stream's offset.
public IndirectionException(int offset)
- Creates an IndirectionException with the right offset value.
The stream offset is returned in the exception's offset field.
This exception is constructed and thrown during reading
recursively defined values off of a stream.
offset - the stream offset where recursion is detected.
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