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/*
 * Copyright (C) 2002,
 *
 * Arjuna Technologies Limited,
 * Newcastle upon Tyne,
 * Tyne and Wear,
 * UK.
 *
 * $Id: ActivityHandle.java,v 1.1 2002/11/25 10:51:40 nmcl Exp $
 */
package com.arjuna.mw.wsas.activity;

ActivityHandle is used as a representation of a single activity when it is suspended from a running thread and may be later resumed. The implementation of the token can be as lightweight as required by the underlying implementation in order that it can uniquely represent all activity instances. Since this is a client-facing class, it is unlikely that the application user will typically want to see the entire activity context in order to simply suspend it from the thread.

Author(s):
Mark Little (mark.little@arjuna.com)
Version:
$Id: ActivityHandle.java,v 1.1 2002/11/25 10:51:40 nmcl Exp $
Since:
1.0.
public interface ActivityHandle
{
    

Returns:
the timeout associated with this activity.
    public int getTimeout ();
    
    
Although users won't typically care what the underlying implementation of a context is, they will need to do comparisons. So, although this method is provided by Java.Object we have it here to ensure that we don't forget to implement it! Two instances are equal if the refer to the same transaction.

Returns:
true if the two objects are the same, false otherwise.
    public boolean equals (Object obj);
    
    
Although users won't typically care what the underlying implementation of a context is, they will need to do comparisons. So, although this method is provided by Java.Object we have it here to ensure that we don't forget to implement it!

Returns:
the hash value for the target.
    public int hashCode ();

    

Returns:
whether or not this is a valid handle.
    public boolean valid ();

    

Returns:
the unique activity identifier.
    public String tid ();
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