The UserWorkArea interface defines the methods that allow an application to define and populate contextual boundaries.
The WorkAreaManager interface defines the methods that allow a user to create their own WorkArea Partition and to retreive their WorkArea Partition.
PropertyModeTypes permit applications to indicate that specific values set into a WorkArea should not be removeable, overridable/overwriteable, or both.
A NoSuchPartitionException exception indicates that the work area partition a user tried to look up doesn't exist.
The NotOriginator exception enforces a concept integral to the WorkArea service; context may only be modified within the process (client, servlet, bean) that created the boundary when a WorkArea partition is defined to be unidirectional (that is, context only propagates downstream and not back up stream).
A NotSerializableError reflects the possibility that non-java processes may potentially interact with java processes via iiop carrying WorkArea context; for example, it is possible to set context into a WorkArea in a C++ environment and carry that context into an ejb.
A NoWorkArea exception indicates that the method invoked on the
A PartitionAlreadyExistsException exception indicates that the work area partition with the given name a user tried to create already exists.
A PropertyFixed exception indicates that an application has requested that the WorkArea service remove an existing property that has previously been set as fixed.
A PropertyReadOnly exception indicates that an attempt was made to override or overwrite a property that was set as read_only.
The base exception class for the WorkArea exceptions.
The WorkAreaInternalException class is used for runtime exceptions that arise in the WorkArea service.