- All Implemented Interfaces:
public class StringRefAddr
- extends RefAddr
This class represents the string form of the address of
a communications end-point.
It consists of a type that describes the communication mechanism
and a string contents specific to that communication mechanism.
The format and interpretation of
the address type and the contents of the address are based on
the agreement of three parties: the client that uses the address,
the object/server that can be reached using the address, and the
administrator or program that creates the address.
An example of a string reference address is a host name.
Another example of a string reference address is a URL.
A string reference address is immutable:
once created, it cannot be changed. Multithreaded access to
a single StringRefAddr need not be synchronized.
- 1.7 03/12/19
- Rosanna Lee, Scott Seligman
- See Also:
Constructs a new instance of StringRefAddr using its address type
public StringRefAddr(String addrType,
- Constructs a new instance of StringRefAddr using its address type
addrType - A non-null string describing the type of the address.
addr - The possibly null contents of the address in the form of a string.
public Object getContent()
- Retrieves the contents of this address. The result is a string.
- Specified by:
getContent in class
- The possibly null address contents.