JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

Uses of Class

Packages that use UnknownGroupException
java.rmi.activation Provides support for RMI Object Activation. 

Uses of UnknownGroupException in java.rmi.activation

Methods in java.rmi.activation that throw UnknownGroupException
static Remote Activatable.register(ActivationDesc desc)
          Register an object descriptor for an activatable remote object so that is can be activated on demand.
 ActivationID ActivationSystem.registerObject(ActivationDesc desc)
          The registerObject method is used to register an activation descriptor, desc, and obtain an activation identifier for a activatable remote object.
 ActivationMonitor ActivationSystem.activeGroup(ActivationGroupID id, ActivationInstantiator group, long incarnation)
          Callback to inform activation system that group is now active.
 void ActivationSystem.unregisterGroup(ActivationGroupID id)
          Remove the activation group.
 ActivationDesc ActivationSystem.setActivationDesc(ActivationID id, ActivationDesc desc)
          Set the activation descriptor, desc for the object with the activation identifier, id.
 ActivationGroupDesc ActivationSystem.setActivationGroupDesc(ActivationGroupID id, ActivationGroupDesc desc)
          Set the activation group descriptor, desc for the object with the activation group identifier, id.
 ActivationGroupDesc ActivationSystem.getActivationGroupDesc(ActivationGroupID id)
          Returns the activation group descriptor, for the group with the activation group identifier, id.
protected  void ActivationGroup.inactiveGroup()
          This protected method is necessary for subclasses to make the inactiveGroup callback to the group's monitor.
 void ActivationMonitor.inactiveGroup(ActivationGroupID id, long incarnation)
          Informs that the group is now inactive.

JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

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