Also, that part of an
IDL interface that is similar to a
public class field or C++ data member.
maps an OMG IDL attribute to accessor and modifier methods in the
Java programming language.
For example, an interface ball might include the
attribute color. The idlj compiler
would generate a Java programming language method to get the color, and
unless the attribute is
readonly, a method
to set the color.
Objectis also the implicit common base type for object references of IDL interfaces.
org.omg.CORBA.SystemException(which is a
java.lang.RuntimeException), and (2) user-defined exceptions, which inherit from
org.omg.CORBA.UserException(which is a
.javafiles. Prior to J2SDK v1.3, the idlj compiler was known as the idltojava compiler. The idlj compiler supports new CORBA-standard features required for RMI-IIOP. The idlj compiler is placed in the SDK's .bin directory by the installer.
.javafiles. Beginning with J2SDK v1.3, the IDL-to-Java language mapping is handled by the idlj compiler, which supports new CORBA-standard features required for RMI-IIOP. The
idltojavacompiler can be downloaded from the Java Developer Connection (JDC) web site.
idljcompiler. All are part of J2SE, v.1.4.
oneway, in which case they cannot return results (return values or out arguments) or raise exceptions.
The POA is also intended to allow persistent objects -- at least, from the client's perspective. That is, as far as the client is concerned,
these objects are always alive, and maintain data values stored in them, even though physically, the server may have been restarted
many times, or the implementation may be provided by many different object implementations.