Activatable class provides support for remote
objects that require persistent access over time and that
can be activated by the system.
||An activation descriptor contains the information necessary to
activate an object:
the object's group identifier,
the object's fully-qualified class name,
the object's code location (the location of the class), a codebase URL
the object's restart "mode", and,
a "marshalled" object that can contain object specific
ActivationGroup is responsible for creating new
instances of "activatable" objects in its group, informing its
ActivationMonitor when either: its object's become
active or inactive, or the group as a whole becomes inactive.
||An activation group descriptor contains the information necessary to
create/recreate an activation group in which to activate objects.
||Startup options for ActivationGroup implementations.
||The identifier for a registered activation group serves several
identifies the group uniquely within the activation system, and
contains a reference to the group's activation system so that the
group can contact its activation system when necessary.
||Activation makes use of special identifiers to denote remote
objects that can be activated over time.