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Dan Murphy
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Joined: Mar 29, 2005
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I'm writing a java CORBA client, using the Visibroker ORB. Sometimes when I call methods on the remote object references I get the following exception

Is there some way that I can check beforehand whether this exception will be thrown, i.e. whether the remote object still exists? I thought that I could do it like this:

But I've found that _non_existent() throws exceptions. Is there a better way to check for the state that causes an OBJECT_NOT_EXIST exception?


Tom Johnson
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Joined: May 11, 2005
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Why not handle the exception and get a new reference when the exception occurs?


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