Source code: org/omg/IOP/ServiceContext.java
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39 package org.omg.IOP;
41 import org.omg.CORBA.portable.IDLEntity;
43 import java.io.Serializable;
46 * The ServiceContext structure contains the service data, being passed in the
47 * CORBA message. For instance, then passing the wide characters, it is
48 * mandatory to include the service context, defining the used encoding.
49 * The contexts are recognised by they integer indentifier.
50 * In this class, the content of the context is represented as an abstract
51 * array of bytes.
53 * @see ServiceContextHolder
54 * @see ServiceContextHelper
56 * @author Audrius Meskauskas, Lithuania (AudriusA@Bioinformatics.org)
58 public final class ServiceContext
59 implements IDLEntity, Serializable
62 * Use serialVersionUID (v1.4) for interoperability.
64 private static final long serialVersionUID = -2232391417465261379L;
67 * The context id (for instance, 0x1 for code sets context).
68 * At the moment of writing, the OMG defines 16 standard values and
69 * provides rules to register the vendor specific context ids.
70 * The range 0-4095 is reserved for the future standard OMG contexts.
72 public int context_id;
75 * The context_data.
77 public byte context_data;
80 * Create the unitialised instance, assigning to
81 * the all fields java default values.
83 public ServiceContext()
88 * Create the instance, initialising the fields to the given values.
90 public ServiceContext(int a_context_id, byte a_context_data)
92 this.context_id = a_context_id;
93 this.context_data = a_context_data;