Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Class StringRefAddr

  extended by javax.naming.RefAddr
      extended by javax.naming.StringRefAddr
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.

See Also:
RefAddr, BinaryRefAddr, Serialized Form

Field Summary
Fields inherited from class javax.naming.RefAddr
Constructor Summary
StringRefAddr(String addrType, String addr)
          Constructs a new instance of StringRefAddr using its address type and contents.
Method Summary
 Object getContent()
          Retrieves the contents of this address.
Methods inherited from class javax.naming.RefAddr
equals, getType, hashCode, toString
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, finalize, getClass, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait

Constructor Detail


public StringRefAddr(String addrType,
                     String addr)
Constructs a new instance of StringRefAddr using its address type and contents.

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.
Method Detail


public Object getContent()
Retrieves the contents of this address. The result is a string.

Specified by:
getContent in class RefAddr
The possibly null address contents.

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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