JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

org.omg.CORBA
Class CompletionStatus

java.lang.Object
  |
  +--org.omg.CORBA.CompletionStatus
All Implemented Interfaces:
IDLEntity, Serializable

public class CompletionStatus
extends Object
implements IDLEntity

An object that indicates whether a method had completed running when a SystemException was thrown.

The class CompletionStatus contains three CompletionStatus instances, which are constants representing each possible completion status: COMPLETED_MAYBE, COMPLETED_NO, and COMPLETED_YES. It also contains three int members, each a constant corresponding to one of the CompletionStatus instances. These int members make it possible to use a switch statement.

The class also contains two methods:

Since:
JDK1.2
See Also:
SystemException, Serialized Form

Field Summary
static int _COMPLETED_MAYBE
          The constant indicating that a method completed running before a SystemException was thrown.
static int _COMPLETED_NO
          The constant indicating that a method completed running before a SystemException was thrown.
static int _COMPLETED_YES
          The constant indicating that a method completed running before a SystemException was thrown.
static CompletionStatus COMPLETED_MAYBE
          An instance of CompletionStatus initialized with the constant _COMPLETED_MAYBE.
static CompletionStatus COMPLETED_NO
          An instance of CompletionStatus initialized with the constant _COMPLETED_NO.
static CompletionStatus COMPLETED_YES
          An instance of CompletionStatus initialized with the constant _COMPLETED_YES.
 
Constructor Summary
protected CompletionStatus(int _value)
          Creates a CompletionStatus object from the given int.
 
Method Summary
static CompletionStatus from_int(int i)
          Creates a CompletionStatus object from the given int.
 int value()
          Retrieves the value of this CompletionStatus object.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Field Detail

_COMPLETED_YES

public static final int _COMPLETED_YES
The constant indicating that a method completed running before a SystemException was thrown.

_COMPLETED_NO

public static final int _COMPLETED_NO
The constant indicating that a method completed running before a SystemException was thrown.

_COMPLETED_MAYBE

public static final int _COMPLETED_MAYBE
The constant indicating that a method completed running before a SystemException was thrown.

COMPLETED_YES

public static final CompletionStatus COMPLETED_YES
An instance of CompletionStatus initialized with the constant _COMPLETED_YES.

COMPLETED_NO

public static final CompletionStatus COMPLETED_NO
An instance of CompletionStatus initialized with the constant _COMPLETED_NO.

COMPLETED_MAYBE

public static final CompletionStatus COMPLETED_MAYBE
An instance of CompletionStatus initialized with the constant _COMPLETED_MAYBE.
Constructor Detail

CompletionStatus

protected CompletionStatus(int _value)
Creates a CompletionStatus object from the given int.
Parameters:
_value - one of _COMPLETED_YES, _COMPLETED_NO, or _COMPLETED_MAYBE
Method Detail

value

public int value()
Retrieves the value of this CompletionStatus object.
Returns:
one of the possible CompletionStatus values: _COMPLETED_YES, _COMPLETED_NO, or _COMPLETED_MAYBE

from_int

public static CompletionStatus from_int(int i)
                                 throws BAD_PARAM
Creates a CompletionStatus object from the given int.
Parameters:
i - one of _COMPLETED_YES, _COMPLETED_NO, or _COMPLETED_MAYBE
Returns:
one of the possible CompletionStatus objects with values: _COMPLETED_YES, _COMPLETED_NO, or _COMPLETED_MAYBE
Throws:
BAD_PARAM - if the argument given is not one of the int constants defined in CompletionStatus

JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

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