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package org.jboss.remoting;
ServerInvocationHandler is the server side (remote) end handler which is registered for a given ServerInvoker implementation. The ServerInvocationHandler does the actual implementation work of invoking the method on the target object in the remote VM. The ServerInvoker will then handle marshalling and returning the results via the appropriate transport back to the client invoker.

Author(s):
Jeff Haynie
Tom Elrod
Version:
$Revision: 1963 $
public interface ServerInvocationHandler
{
   
set the mbean server that the handler can reference

Parameters:
server
   public void setMBeanServer(MBeanServer server);

   
set the invoker that owns this handler

Parameters:
invoker
   public void setInvoker(ServerInvoker invoker);

   
called to handle a specific invocation. Please take care to make sure implementations are thread safe and can, and often will, receive concurrent calls on this method.

Parameters:
invocation
Returns:
Throws:
java.lang.Throwable
   public Object invoke(InvocationRequest invocation)
         throws Throwable;

   
Adds a callback handler that will listen for callbacks from the server invoker handler.

Parameters:
callbackHandler
   public void addListener(InvokerCallbackHandler callbackHandler);

   
Removes the callback handler that was listening for callbacks from the server invoker handler.

Parameters:
callbackHandler
   public void removeListener(InvokerCallbackHandler callbackHandler);
   public String toString();
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