Provides support for RMI Object Activation.
An activation descriptor contains the information necessary to activate an object: the object's group identifier, the object's fully-qualified class name, the object's code location (the location of the class), a codebase URL path, the object's restart "mode", and, a "marshalled" object that can contain object specific initialization data.
An activation group descriptor contains the information necessary to create/recreate an activation group in which to activate objects.
Startup options for ActivationGroup implementations.
The identifier for a registered activation group serves several purposes: identifies the group uniquely within the activation system, and contains a reference to the group's activation system so that the group can contact its activation system when necessary.
Activation makes use of special identifiers to denote remote objects that can be activated over time.
This exception is thrown by the RMI runtime when activation fails during a remote call to an activatable object.
General exception used by the activation interfaces.
Provides support for RMI Object Activation. A remote object's reference can be made ``persistent'' and later activated into a ``live'' object using the RMI activation mechanism.
Implementations are not required to support the activation mechanism. If activation is not supported by this implementation, several specific activation API methods are all required to throw
UnsupportedOperationException. If activation is supported by this implementation, these methods must never throw
UnsupportedOperationException. These methods are denoted by the presence of an entry for
UnsupportedOperationException in the Throws section of each method's specification.
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