NSDistantObjectRequest objects are used by the distributed objects system to help handle invocations between different processes. You should never create NSDistantObjectRequest objects directly. Unless you are getting involved with the low-level details of distributed objects, there should never be a need to access an NSDistantObjectRequest. To intercept and possibly process requests yourself, implement the NSConnection delegate method connection:handleRequest:.


Getting Information About a Request

- connection

Returns the NSConnection object involved in the request.

- conversation

Returns the token object representing the conversation in which the receiver was created.

- invocation

Returns the NSInvocation object for the request.

Raising a Remote Exception

- replyWithException:

Sends a reply back to the remote object making the distant object request.


Inherits From