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package org.jboss.remoting.stream;
The StreamCallPayload is used when making calls from the server to the client to read from the original input stream. It will contain the method name being called from the server side (i.e. available(), read(), etc.) along with any parameters for the respective method.

Author(s):
Tom Elrod
public class StreamCallPayload implements Serializable
   static final long serialVersionUID = 3243358524048714566L;
   private String method = null;
   private Object[] paramArray = null;

   
Constructor which requires the name of the method to call on the the original stream.

Parameters:
methodCallName
   public StreamCallPayload(String methodCallName)
   {
      this. = methodCallName;
   }

   
Gets the method to call on the original stream.

Returns:
   public String getMethod()
   {
      return ;
   }

   
Sets the params for the method to call on the stream. For example, the Integer for markSupported(int supported).

Parameters:
params
   public void setParams(Object[] params)
   {
      this. = params;
   }

   
Gets the params for the method to call on the stream.

Returns:
   public Object[] getParams()
   {
      return this.;
   }
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