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public class: StringRefAddr [javadoc | source]
java.lang.Object
   javax.naming.RefAddr
      javax.naming.StringRefAddr

All Implemented Interfaces:
    java$io$Serializable

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.

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