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NAME

       CosNotifyFilter_FilterAdmin  - This module implements the OMG CosNotifyFilter::FilterAdmin
       interface.

DESCRIPTION

       To get access to the record definitions for the structures use:
       -include_lib("cosNotification/include/*.hrl").

       All objects, which inherit this interface, export functions described in this module.

EXPORTS

       add_filter(Object, Filter) -> FilterID

              Types:

                 Object = #objref
                 Filter = #objref
                 FilterID = long()

              This operation connects a new Filter  to  the  target  object.  This  Filter  will,
              together  with  other  associated  Filters,  be used to select events to forward. A
              unique Id is returned and should be used if we no longer want to consult the  given
              Filter.

       remove_filter(Object, FilterID) -> ok

              Types:

                 Object = #objref
                 FilterID = long()

              If  a  certain  Filter  no  longer should be associated with the target object this
              operation must be used.  Events  will  no  longer  be  tested  against  the  Filter
              associated with the given Id.

       get_filter(Object, FilterID) -> Reply

              Types:

                 Object = #objref
                 FilterID = long()
                 Reply = Filter | {'EXCEPTION', #'CosNotifyFilter_FilterNotFound'{}}
                 Filter = #objref

              If  the  target  object  is  associated  with  a  Filter  matching the given Id the
              reference will be returned. If no such Filter is known  by  the  target  object  an
              exception is raised.

       get_all_filters(Object) -> FilterIDSeq

              Types:

                 Object = #objref
                 FilterIDSeq = [FilterID]
                 FilterID = long()

              Id's  for  all Filter objects associated with the target object is returned by this
              operation.

       remove_all_filters(Object) -> ok

              Types:

                 Object = #objref

              If we want to remove all Filters associated with the target object we can use  this
              function.