How to Cancel TP Wallet Authorization
If you want to cancel the authorization, you can do so by choosing the three bars on the left of the search line and selecting My apps & games. You can also delete the app from your device. However, note that doing so may affect your network settings.
Server application code that uses TP::get_object_reference() must call CORBA::string_free() on the returned value when the object reference is no longer needed. This method can be invoked from within both Server::initialize() and Server::release().
The TP::deactivateEnable(interface, servant, string ObjectId) method deactivates an active object. If the object is in a transaction, it cannot be deactivated until the transaction is complete. Invoking this method may cause the TP Framework to throw an exception to the client.
Using the Bootstrap object
The bootstrap() method returns a pointer to a Tobj::Tobj_Bootstrap object, which is used for accessing initial object references for the FactoryFinder object, the Interface Repository object, and the TransactionCurrent and SecurityCurrent objects. The Bootstrap object is owned by the TP Framework; therefore, server application code should not dispose of it.
The userlog() method writes a message to the server’s user log (ULOG) file. Messages are appended to the ULOG with a tag consisting of the time (hhmmss), system name, process name,The connection between TrustWallet and Nash , and process-id of the invoking process. This tag is used to distinguish application messages from those that are logged by the BEA Tuxedo system.