Extract class out of an RemoteObject
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Mon Jun 30 09:16:10 PDT 2008
On Mon Jun 30 09:07, hannehomuth wrote:
> 3. DBusInterface remoteObject;
> 4. conn = DBusConnection.getConnection(DBusConnection.SESSION);
> 5. remoteObject = conn.getRemoteObject("org.gnome.seahorse",
> But now my Question. How can I call a Method? Is'nt it wrong that my
> variable remoteObject is from the typ DbusInterface. I think it have to be a
> Typ like GnomeKeyringDbusInterface or such a class.
Because Java is a static language you have to create a .java file
corresponding to GnomeKeyringDbusInterface. Either you can write that by
hand, or you can use CreateInterface (comes with dbus-java) to convert
introspection to java.
Once you have that compiled with the rest of your source, you can simply
cast the remote object to the right type. If you specify the type when
creating the object you don't even need the cast, and it saves a round
trip when the bindings introspect for you. Once you have an object of
the correct type you can just call methods as if they are local.
So, the code would look like:
... // connect to the bus etc
remoteObject = conn.getRemoteObject("org.gnome.seahorse", "/org/gnome/seahorse/keys", GnomeKeyringDbusInterface.class)
remoteObject = (GnomeKeyringDbusInterface) conn.getRemoteObject("org.gnome.seahorse", "/org/gnome/seahorse/keys")
This should (hopefully) all be documented at
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