Community articlederegisterInterface method
Added by IBM contributorIBM on May 2, 2012
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Description

Deregisters a function call object that has been registered with the IFX Manager.

Method

public void deregisterInterface(
   com.PureEdge.GenericInterface theInterface
   ) throws UWIException;


Parameters

ExpressionTypeDescription
theInterface GenericInterfaceThe FunctionCall object that you are deregistering with the IFX Manager. See Notes for more information.


Returns

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

Notes

Generally a FunctionCall object deregisters itself from the IFX Manager. So most times you can use the keyword this to represent the FunctionCall object to deregister.

Example

In the following example, theIFX represents the IFX Manager.
   public class MyFunctionCall extends com.PureEdge.xfdl.FunctionCallImplBase 
   implements FunctionCall
   {
      /* Additional Code Removed */
      public void shutdown(IFX theIFX) throws UWIException
      {
         theIFX.deregisterInterface(this);
      }
   }


Parent topic:
IFX class