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servertool


       servertool  provides an ease-of-use interface for applica­
       tion programmers  to  register,  unregister,  startup  and
       shutdown a server.


SYNOPSIS

       servertool

       The  Java IDL Server Tool starts. Enter one of the options
       at the servertool> prompt.


DESCRIPTION

       The Java(TM) IDL  Server  Tool,  servertool  provides  the
       ease-of-use  interface  for the application programmers to
       register, unregister, startup, and shutdown a  server.  In
       addition  to  the  above four commands, other commands are
       provided to obtain various statistical  information  about
       the server.


OPTIONS

       register -server <server class name>
              -applicationName <alternate server name> -classpath
              <classpath  to  server>  -args  <args  to   server>
              -vmargs <flags to be passed to Java VM>

              Register  a new server with the Object Request Bro­
              ker Daemon (ORBD).  If the server  is  not  already
              registered, it is registered and activated.

       unregister [ -serverid <server id >
              | -applicationName <name> ]

              Unregister a server from the ORBD.

       getserverid [ -applicationName <name> ]
              Return  the server id from the ORBD that is associ­
              ated with a server.

       list
              List all information about all  servers  registered
              with  the  Object  Request Broker Daemon (ORBD). In
              response to this command,  the  server  id,  server
              name, and the corresponding server application name
              for each server in the ORBD is retrieved  and  dis­
              played to the user.

       listappnames
              List the application names for all server currently
              registered with the ORBD.

       listactive
              List all information  about  all  currently  active
              servers  on a machine. The active servers have been
              ORB in a server is returned.

       locateperorb  [  -serverid <server id> | -application Name
       <name> ]
              [-orbid <ORB name> ]

              Locate  all  the  endpoints (ports) registered by a
              specific ORB of registered server. If a  server  is
              not  already  running,  then it is activated. If an
              orbid is not specified, the default value of ""  is
              assigned  to  the  orbid.   If any ORBs are created
              with an orbid of empty string, all ports registered
              by it are returned.

       orblist [ -serverid <server id> |
              -applicationName <name> ]

              List  the  integer mapping for the ORBIds. An ORBId
              is the string name  for  the  ORB  created  by  the
              server.  When  a  server  initializes an ORB with a
              particular ORBId, an integer mapping for that  par­
              ticular ORBId is obtained.  This integer mapping is
              put into the object key to  help  in  locating  the
              correct  ORB  in  the server during requests on the
              Object Request Broker Daemon (ORBD). If the  server
              is not already running, it is activated.

       shutdown [ -serverid <server id> |
              -applicationName <name> ]

              Shutdown a registered, active server. During execu­
              tion of this command, the shutdown() method defined
              in  the  server application program is also invoked
              to shutdown the server process appropriately.

       startup [ -serverid <server id> |
              -applicationName <name> ]

              Startup or activate a  registered  server.  If  the
              server  is  not  running, this command launches the
              server. If the server is already running, an  error
              message is returned to the user.

       help
              List  all  the  commands  available  to  the server
              through the server tool.

       quit
              Exit the server tool.

       J  option
              Pass option to  the  Java  virtual  machine,  where
  
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