Community articlederegisterFunctionCall method
Added by IBM contributorIBM on August 15, 2011
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Description

Deregisters a particular function from the Function Call Manager.

Method

public void deregisterFunctionCall(
   com.PureEdge.xfdl.FunctionCall theInterface,
   String thePackageName,
   String theFunctionName
   ) throws UWIException;


Parameters

ExpressionTypeDescription
theInterface FunctionCallThe FunctionCall object that contains the function that you are deregistering with the IFX Manager. See Notes for more information.
thePackageNameStringThe name of the package that contains the function. See Notes for more information.
theFunctionNameStringThe name of the function to be deregistered. See Notes for more information.


Returns

Nothing if call is successful or throws a generic exception (UWIException) if an error occurs.

Notes

  • theInterface — Generally a FunctionCall object will deregister its own functions, in this case use the keyword this to represent the FunctionCall object.
  • thePackageName — Use the package name that you created when you registered the function using registerFunctionCall.
  • theFunctionName — Use the function name that you created when you registered the function using registerFunctionCall.

Example

   public FciFunctionCall(IFX theIFX) throws UWIException
   {
      /* Additional code removed */
      theFCM.deregisterFunctionCall(this,"sample_package","multiply");
   }