- All Superinterfaces:
public interface TimerHandle extends java.io.SerializableThe TimerHandle interface allows the bean provider to obtain a serializable timer handle that may be persisted.
Since timers are local objects, a timer handle must not be passed through a bean's remote business interface, remote interface or web service interface.
- EJB 2.1
Timer getTimer() throws java.lang.IllegalStateException, NoSuchObjectLocalException, EJBExceptionObtain a reference to the timer represented by this handle.
- a reference to the timer represented by this handle.
java.lang.IllegalStateException- If this method is invoked while the instance is in a state that does not allow access to this method.
NoSuchObjectLocalException- If invoked on a handle whose associated timer has expired or has been cancelled.
EJBException- If this method could not complete due to a system-level failure.