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Complex return type

Complex return type

Complex return type


I have a problem using JacORB with complex return types and I can't solve it.

My IDL Definition is (shorted):


interface Session;
interface Bank
    Session GetSession();
    void    DropSession(in Session theSession);
interface Session
    Account GetAccount(in long accountID, in string pin);

I´ve implemented both classes using the tie approach, my Java code looks like this:


public class BankOpImpl implements BankOperations
{ ...
   public Session GetSession()

Now I really don´t know, how I can return an object that implements the interface Session (JacORB created for both classes "Bank" and "Session" die Java classes/interfaces "*", "*Helper", "*Holder", "*Operations", "*POA", "*POATie").

I just can't return something like


return new SessionPOATie(new SessionOpImpl());

because SessionPOATie does not implement the interface Session. Even more, no  generated class does this! So I do not know how to return just an object that implements Session. (The "father" object "Bank" I can look up well using a nameservice (exactly like described in the Tut), but I don't want to  give each member of the father object a separate name, of course.

Can anybody help me?

Thank you very much for your help,


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