Examples of Address

  • jfireeagle.Address
  • jnr.ffi.Address
    The {@code Address} class wraps a native address in an object. Both 32 bit and 64bit native address values are wrapped in a singular {@code Address} type.

    This class extends {@link java.lang.Number} and implements all {@code Number} methods forconverting to primitive integer types.

    An {@code Address} instance is lighter weight than most {@link Pointer}instances, and may be used when a native address needs to be stored in java, but no other operations (such as reading/writing values) need be performed on the native memory. For most cases, a {@link Pointer} offers more flexibilityand should be preferred instead.

  • jodd.json.mock.Address
  • localjava.client.stub.addressbook.wsiftypes.Address
  • ma.glasnost.orika.test.community.issue25.modelA.Address
  • ma.glasnost.orika.test.property.TestCaseClasses.Address
  • modules.Address
  • net.fortuna.ical4j.vcard.property.Address
  • net.freedom.gj.example.pojo.Address
    @author Martin Jamszolik
  • net.gescobar.smppserver.packet.Address
  • net.karneim.pojobuilder.processor.with.copymethod.Address
  • net.reversehttp.messaging.Address
  • net.rim.blackberry.api.mail.Address
  • net.sf.czarrental.bl.car.Address
    Class representing Address @author Viktor
  • net.sf.mp.demo.conference.domain.conference.Address

    Title: Address

    Description: Domain Object describing a Address entity

  • net.sf.pmr.core.domain.user.company.Address
    @author ArnaudTODO To change the template for this generated type comment go to Window - Preferences - Java - Code Style - Code Templates
  • net.wimpi.pim.contact.model.Address
  • net.xoetrope.builder.w3c.html.tags.Address
    A handler for HTML's address element

    Copyright (c) Xoetrope Ltd., 2002-2006

    $Revision: 1.1 $

    License: see License.txt

  • org.agoncal.application.petstore.domain.Address
    ntoniogoncalves.org --
  • org.akka.essentials.java.future.example.messages.Address
  • org.apache.axis.message.addressing.Address
  • org.apache.axis2.json.adb.xsd.Address
    @version $Rev: 704201 $ $Date: 2008-10-13 14:52:25 -0400 (Mon, 13 Oct 2008) $
  • org.apache.beehive.enhancedaddressbook.Address
  • org.apache.beehive.sample.wsm.addressbook_enhanced.Address
  • org.apache.beehive.samples.petstore.model.Address
  • org.apache.bval.jsr303.example.Address
  • org.apache.camel.converter.dozer.model.Address
  • org.apache.camel.converter.jaxb.address.Address
    3.org/2001/XMLSchema}anyType"> <sequence> <element name="addressLine1" type="{http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema}string"/> <element name="addressLine2" type="{http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema}string" minOccurs="0"/> </sequence> </restriction> </complexContent> </complexType>
  • org.apache.camel.example.Address
  • org.apache.camel.examples.Address
  • org.apache.cayenne.testdo.inherit.Address
  • org.apache.click.examples.domain.Address
    Provides an Address entity class. @author Malcolm Edgar
  • org.apache.commons.digester.Address
    Bean for Digester testing.
  • org.apache.commons.digester3.Address
    Bean for Digester testing.
  • org.apache.cxf.configuration.foo.Address
    3.org/2001/XMLSchema}anyType"> <sequence> <element name="city" type="{http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema}string"/> <element name="zip" type="{http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema}int"/> <element name="street" type="{http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema}string"/> <element name="nr" type="{http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema}int" minOccurs="0"/> </sequence> </restriction> </complexContent> </complexType>
  • org.apache.cxf.databinding.xmlbeans.test.Address
  • org.apache.cxf.jaxrs.providers.xmlbeans.types.Address
  • org.apache.cxf.tools.misc.processor.address.Address
  • org.apache.derbyTesting.system.oe.model.Address
    Address of a customer, warehouse or district.

    Fields map to definition in TPC-C for the CUSTOMER, WAREHOUSE and DISTRICT tables. The Java names of fields do not include the C_,W_ or D_ prefixes and are in lower case.
    All fields have Java bean setters and getters.

  • org.apache.geronimo.javaee6.jpa20.entities.Address
  • org.apache.geronimo.sample.RegisterValidation.Model.Address
  • org.apache.hadoop.hive.hbase.avro.Address
  • org.apache.james.imap.message.response.FetchResponse.Envelope.Address
  • org.apache.james.mime4j.dom.address.Address
    The abstract base for classes that represent RFC2822 addresses. This includes groups and mailboxes.
  • org.apache.james.mime4j.field.address.Address
    The abstract base for classes that represent RFC2822 addresses. This includes groups and mailboxes. Currently, no public methods are introduced on this class.
  • org.apache.jdo.tck.pc.company.Address
    This class represents a postal address.
  • org.apache.jdo.tck.pc.newInstance.Address
    This class represents a postal address.
  • org.apache.juddi.datatype.Address
    Represents a postal address. Essentially holds a simple set of AddressLines, but can be adorned with an optional useType attribute and sortcode. The useType attribute is used to describe the type of the address in freeform text. Examples are "headquarters", "billing department", etc. The sortCode values are not significant, but can be used by user-interfaces that present contact information in some ordered fashion, thereby using the sortCode values. @author Steve Viens (sviens@apache.org)
  • org.apache.myfaces.tobago.example.addressbook.Address
  • org.apache.olio.webapp.model.Address
    @author Mark Basler @author Binu John
  • org.apache.openjpa.persistence.common.apps.Address
  • org.apache.openjpa.persistence.xmlmapping.xmlbindings.myaddress.Address
    3.org/2001/XMLSchema}anyType"> <sequence> <element name="Name" type="{http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema}string"/> <element name="Street" type="{http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema}string" maxOccurs="3"/> <element name="City" type="{http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema}string"/> </sequence> </restriction> </complexContent> </complexType>
  • org.apache.openmeetings.db.entity.user.Address
  • org.apache.openmeetings.persistence.beans.user.Address
  • org.apache.poi.ss.formula.functions.Address
    Creates a text reference as text, given specified row and column numbers. @author Aniket Banerjee (banerjee@google.com)
  • org.apache.qpid.messaging.Address
  • org.apache.rave.model.Address
  • org.apache.rave.portal.model.Address
  • org.apache.sandesha2.wsrm.Address
    Represents an Address element, that is contained within the MakeConnection message.
  • org.apache.shindig.social.opensocial.model.Address
    pensocial.org/Technical-Resources/opensocial-spec-v081/opensocial-reference#opensocial.Address"> http://www.opensocial.org/Technical-Resources/opensocial-spec-v081/opensocial-reference#opensocial.Address.
  • org.apache.wink.itest.addressbook.Address
  • org.apache.ws.jaxme.test.misc.address.Address
  • org.apache.ws.scout.model.uddi.v2.Address
    3.org/2001/XMLSchema}anyType"> <sequence> <element ref="{urn:uddi-org:api_v2}addressLine" maxOccurs="unbounded" minOccurs="0"/> </sequence> <attribute name="useType" type="{http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema}string" /> <attribute name="sortCode" type="{http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema}string" /> <attribute name="tModelKey" type="{urn:uddi-org:api_v2}tModelKey" /> </restriction> </complexContent> </complexType>
  • org.apache.ws.scout.uddi.Address
    An XML address(@urn:uddi-org:api_v2). This is a complex type.
  • org.appfuse.model.Address
    This class is used to represent an address with address, city, province and postal-code information. @author Matt Raible
  • org.axonframework.sample.app.api.Address

    Value object representing an address.

    @author Allard Buijze
  • org.bitcoinj.core.Address
  • org.boris.expr.function.excel.ADDRESS
  • org.broadleafcommerce.profile.core.domain.Address
  • org.codehaus.enunciate.samples.json.Address
  • org.codehaus.wadi.group.Address
  • org.crank.crud.model.Address
  • org.dozer.vo.deep.Address
    @author garsombke.franz @author sullins.ben @author tierney.matt
  • org.drools.Address
  • org.drools.compiler.Address
  • org.drools.core.test.model.Address
  • org.drools.grid.service.directory.Address
  • org.easybatch.tutorials.customers.model.Address
    JavaBean representing a customer's address. @author Mahmoud Ben Hassine (md.benhassine@gmail.com)
  • org.easycassandra.bean.model.Address
    Address DTO.
  • org.eclipse.jetty.client.Address
  • org.eclipse.nebula.widgets.nattable.examples.data.person.Address
  • org.elevenbits.westvleteren.model.Address
    The address of a User. An instance of this class is always associated with only one User and depends on that parent objects lifecycle, it is a component. @see User @author Christian Bauer @author org.fao.geonet.domain.Address
    Represents an address. This is a JPA Entity object and is contained in a database table. @author Jesse
  • org.gedcom4j.model.Address
    Represents an address. Corresponds to part of the ADDRESS_STRUCTURE element in the GEDCOM specification. The other parts of the structure containing phone numbers, faxes, urls, and emails are kept in in the objects that have those attributes. @author frizbog1
  • org.gedcomx.agent.Address
  • org.glassfish.jersey.examples.entityfiltering.selectable.domain.Address
  • org.glassfish.jersey.examples.xmlmoxy.beans.Address
    @author Jakub Podlesak (jakub.podlesak at oracle.com)
  • org.globus.axis.message.addressing.Address
  • org.gradle.messaging.remote.Address
  • org.hibernate.beanvalidation.tck.tests.methodvalidation.model.Address
    @author Gunnar Morling
  • org.hibernate.ejb.metamodel.Address
    TODO : javadoc @author Steve Ebersole
  • org.hibernate.ogm.backendtck.associations.collection.types.Address
    @author Emmanuel Bernard <emmanuel@hibernate.org>
  • org.hibernate.ogm.backendtck.embeddable.Address
    @author Emmanuel Bernard
  • org.hibernate.ogm.test.integration.jboss.model.Address
    @author Gunnar Morling
  • org.hibernate.test.dynamicentity.Address
    @author Steve Ebersole
  • org.hibernate.validator.test.internal.engine.methodvalidation.model.Address
    @author Gunnar Morling
  • org.hornetq.core.postoffice.Address
    USed to hold a hierarchical style address, delimited by a '.'. @author Andy Taylor
  • org.hxzon.asn1.mms.choice.Address
  • org.infinispan.client.hotrod.protostream.domain.Address
    @author anistor@redhat.com
  • org.infinispan.objectfilter.test.model.Address
    @author anistor@redhat.com @since 7.0
  • org.infinispan.persistence.jpa.entity.Address
  • org.infinispan.protostream.domain.Address
    @author anistor@redhat.com
  • org.infinispan.protostream.sampledomain.Address
    @author anistor@redhat.com
  • org.infinispan.query.dsl.embedded.sample_domain_model.Address
    @author anistor@redhat.com @since 6.0
  • org.infinispan.query.dsl.embedded.testdomain.Address
    @author anistor@redhat.com @since 6.0
  • org.infinispan.remoting.transport.Address
    : Manik: Document this! @author Manik Surtani @since 4.0
  • org.internna.iwebmvc.model.Address
    Domain class to represent a full address. @author Jose Noheda @since 2.0
  • org.itnaf.model.Address
    This class is used to represent an address.

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    @author Matt Raible
  • org.jabusuite.address.Address
  • org.jacorb.test.notification.Address
  • org.javalite.activejdbc.test_models.Address
  • org.jboss.as.console.client.widgets.forms.Address
  • org.jboss.as.test.integration.jpa.hibernate.envers.Address
    @author Strong Liu
  • org.jboss.cache.aop.test.Address
    Test class for PojoCache. @version $Revision: 1584 $

    Below is the annotation that signifies this class is "prepared" under JBossAop. This is used in conjunction with a special jboss-aop.xml (supplied by JBossCache). In addition, this is JDK1.4 style, so a annoc Ant build target is needed to pre-compile it.

    To use this approach, just apply this line to your pojo and run annoc (and possibly aopc).

  • org.jboss.cache.data.Address
    @author Ben Wang @@org.jboss.cache.aop.AopMarker
  • org.jboss.cache.marshall.data.Address
  • org.jboss.example.service.Address
    A basic address. @author Mark Newton
  • org.jboss.remoting.samples.transporter.basic.Address
    Simple data object for mailing address. @author Tom Elrod
  • org.jboss.remoting.samples.transporter.multiple.Address
    Simple data object for mailing address. @author Tom Elrod
  • org.jboss.remoting.samples.transporter.proxy.Address
    Simple data object for mailing address. @author Tom Elrod
  • org.jboss.seam.examples.seamcrm.address.Address
    @author Cody Lerum
  • org.jboss.serial.data.cache.Address
    @author Ben Wang @@org.jboss.cache.aop.AopMarker
  • org.jboss.test.classloader.leak.aop.Address
    Test class for AOP-prepared classes. @Replicable annotation will cause the class to be aop-prepared. @version $Revision: 108925 $
  • org.jboss.test.classloader.leak.web.Address
    Test class for PojoCache. Person is a POJO that will be instrumented with CacheInterceptor @version $Revision: 82920 $
  • org.jboss.test.cluster.cache.aop.Address
    Test class for TreeCacheAOP. @version $Revision: 81036 $
  • org.jboss.test.jpa.entity.Address
    Comment @author Bill Burke @version $Revision: 96150 $
  • org.jboss.test.xml.person.Address
    @author Alexey Loubyansky @version $Revision: 37406 $
  • org.jclouds.googlecomputeengine.domain.Address
  • org.jclouds.ibm.smartcloud.domain.Address
    The current state of a Address @author Adrian Cole
  • org.jclouds.softlayer.domain.Address
    layer.com/reference/datatypes/SoftLayer_Account_Address" />
  • org.jgroups.Address
    Abstract address. Used to identify members on a group to send messages to. Addresses are mostly generated by the bottom-most (transport) layers (e.g. UDP, TCP, LOOPBACK). @author Bela Ban
  • org.jnode.jnasm.assembler.Address
    @author Levente S\u00e1ntha (lsantha@users.sourceforge.net)
  • org.jsmpp.bean.Address
    This are SME (Short Message Entity) Address. @author uudashr
  • org.milyn.javabean.performance.model.Address
    @author maurice.zeijen@smies.com
  • org.mitre.openid.connect.model.Address
  • org.mongodb.morphia.testmodel.Address
    @author Olafur Gauti Gudmundsson
  • org.mortbay.jetty.client.Address
    @version $Revision: 3753 $ $Date: 2008-12-02 04:53:28 -0600 (Tue, 02 Dec 2008) $
  • org.objectweb.speedo.j2eedo.database.Address
    This class define the Java class to access to the employee's address entities @author fmillevi@yahoo.com
  • org.objectweb.speedo.pobjects.detach.Address
    @author Y.Bersihand
  • org.objectweb.speedo.pobjects.fetchgroup.Address
    @author Y.Bersihand
  • org.objectweb.speedo.pobjects.inheritance.horizontal.Address
    @author S.Chassande-Barrioz
  • org.objectweb.speedo.pobjects.multitable.Address
  • org.objectweb.speedo.tutorial.pobjects.additional.detach.Address
    @author Y.Bersihand
  • org.objectweb.speedo.tutorial.pobjects.basics.Address
    @author Y.Bersihand
  • org.ocpsoft.urlbuilder.Address
    Represents a valid web address, or valid web address fragment. @author Lincoln Baxter, III
  • org.opengis.metadata.citation.Address
    eospatial.org/standards/as#01-111">ISO 19115 @author Martin Desruisseaux (IRD) @since GeoAPI 1.0
  • org.opensaml.ws.wsfed.Address
    This interface defines how the object representing a WS Address Address element behaves.
  • org.ow2.easybeans.examples.maven.jpa2.entity.Address
    Address of an employee. @author Florent Benoit
  • org.ow2.easybeans.tests.common.ejbs.entity.customer.Address
    The customer address. @author Gisele Pinheiro Souza @author Eduardo Studzinski Estima de Castro
  • org.plugtree.training.simplevalidation.model.Address
    @author salaboy
  • org.qi4j.test.indexing.model.Address
  • org.restlet.ext.sip.Address
    Address of a SIP agent. Used by the SIP "Alert-Info", "Contact", "Error-info", "From", "Record-Route", "Reply-To", "Route" and "To" headers. @author Thierry Boileau
  • org.rhq.common.jbossas.client.controller.Address
    Identifies a managed resource. @author John Mazzitelli
  • org.rhq.modules.plugins.jbossas7.json.Address
    An address in AS7 @author Heiko W. Rupp
  • org.rhq.plugins.apache.util.HttpdAddressUtility.Address
  • org.simplecart.base.Address

    Basic address class that will be associated with each class that stores an address

  • org.simpleframework.http.Address
    st [ ":" port ] [ path [ "?" query ]] This interface represents the host, port, path and query part of the uniform resource identifier. The parameters are also represented by the URI. The parameters in a URI consist of name and value pairs in the path segment of the URI.

    This will normalize the path part of the uniform resource identifier. A normalized path is one that contains no back references like "./" and "../". The normalized path will not contain the path parameters. @author Niall Gallagher

  • org.smpp.pdu.Address
    @author Logica Mobile Networks SMPP Open Source Team @version $Revision: 1.3 $
  • org.smslib.smpp.Address
    SMPP Address. @author Bassam Al-Sarori
  • org.snmp4j.smi.Address
    The Address interface serves as a base class for all SNMP transport addresses.

    Note: This class should be moved to package org.snmp4j in SNMP4J 2.0.

    @author Frank Fock @version 1.7
  • org.sonatype.micromailer.Address
  • org.springbyexample.contact.orm.entity.person.Address
    Annotation configured address bean. @author David Winterfeldt
  • org.springbyexample.orm.entity.person.Address
    Annotation configured address bean. @author David Winterfeldt
  • org.springbyexample.orm.jpa.bean.Address
    Annotation configured address bean. @author David Winterfeldt
  • org.springbyexample.orm.jpa.inheritance.bean.Address
    Annotation configured address bean. @author David Winterfeldt
  • org.springbyexample.web.orm.entity.Address
    Annotation configured address bean. @author David Winterfeldt
  • org.springframework.amqp.core.Address
    Represents an address for publication of an AMQP message. The AMQP 0-8 and 0-9 specifications have an unstructured string that is used as a "reply to" address. There are however conventions in use and this class makes it easier to follow these conventions, which can be easily summarised as:
    Here we also the exchange name to default to empty (so just a routing key will work if you know the queue name). @author Mark Pollack @author Mark Fisher @author Dave Syer @author Artem Bilan
  • org.springframework.batch.sample.domain.order.Address
  • org.springframework.data.gemfire.repository.sample.Address
    @author Oliver Gierke
  • org.springframework.data.jpa.domain.sample.Address
    @author Thomas Darimont
  • org.springframework.data.keyvalue.redis.Address
    Simple serializable class. @author Costin Leau
  • org.springframework.data.mongodb.crossstore.test.Address
  • org.springframework.data.mongodb.repository.Address
    @author Oliver Gierke
  • org.springframework.data.redis.Address
    Simple serializable class. @author Costin Leau
  • org.springframework.data.rest.webmvc.jpa.Address
    @author Oliver Gierke
  • org.springframework.data.rest.webmvc.mongodb.Address
    @author Oliver Gierke
  • org.springframework.ws.soap.addressing.server.annotation.Address
  • org.tempuri.Address
  • org.uddi.api_v2.Address
    3.org/2001/XMLSchema}anyType"> <sequence> <element ref="{urn:uddi-org:api_v2}addressLine" maxOccurs="unbounded" minOccurs="0"/> </sequence> <attribute name="useType" type="{http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema}string" /> <attribute name="sortCode" type="{http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema}string" /> <attribute name="tModelKey" type="{urn:uddi-org:api_v2}tModelKey" /> </restriction> </complexContent> </complexType>
  • org.uddi.api_v3.Address
  • org.vaadin.addon.customfield.demo.data.Address
  • org.vmmagic.unboxed.Address
    Stub implementation of an Address type.

    JNode specific notes : This class contains some "magic" methods that are interpreted by the VM itself, instead of being executed as normal java methods. The actual method bodies are never used. See {@link org.jnode.vm.classmgr.VmType VmType} to get the list of "magic" classesand see {@link org.jnode.vm.compiler.BaseMagicHelper.MagicMethod MagicMethod}to get the list of "magic" methods @author Daniel Frampton

  • org.wso2.carbon.ec2client.data.Address
  • org.xmlBlaster.util.qos.address.Address
    r:8080/cb <compress type='gzip' minSize='1000'/> <burstMode collectTime='400'/> </address>
  • pl.altkom.bookstore.web.model.Address
    @author Adrian Lapierre
  • pl.edu.pwr.lostinhashset.entity.Address
  • quickdb.model.Address
  • rabbit.io.Address
    A class to handle the addresses of the connections. Basically just a pair of InetAddress and port number. @author Robert Olofsson
  • rocks.xmpp.extensions.address.model.Address
    r.org/protocol/address} namespace. @author Christian Schudt @see XEP-0033: Extended Stanza Addressing @see XML Schema @see Addresses
  • rocks.xmpp.extensions.reach.model.Address
    xtensions/xep-0152.html">XEP-0152: Reachability Addresses @see XML Schema
  • sample.hello.bean.Address
  • samples.addr.Address
    See \samples\addr\readme for info. @author Matthew J. Duftler (duftler@us.ibm.com)
  • siena.base.test.model.Address
  • sk.davinci.demows.entities.Address
    Entity class representing Address object in DB @author jburgel,mpecho
  • sun.jvm.hotspot.debugger.Address

    This is the bottom-most interface which abstracts address access for both debugging and introspection. In the situation of debugging a target VM, these routines can throw the specified RuntimeExceptions to indicate failure and allow recovery of the debugging system. If these are used for introspecting the current VM and implementing functionality in it, however, it is expected that these kinds of failures will not occur and, in fact, a crash will occur if the situation arises where they would have been thrown.

    Addresses are immutable. Further, it was decided not to expose the representation of the Address (and provide a corresponding factory method from, for example, long to Address). Unfortunately, because of the existence of C and "reuse" of low bits of pointers, it is occasionally necessary to perform logical operations like masking off the low bits of an "address". While these operations could be used to generate arbitrary Address objects, allowing this is not the intent of providing these operations.

    This interface is able to fetch all Java primitive types, addresses, oops, and C integers of arbitrary size (see @see sun.jvm.hotspot.types.CIntegerType for further discussion). Note that the result of the latter is restricted to fitting into a 64-bit value and the high-order bytes will be silently discarded if too many bytes are requested.

    Implementations may have restrictions, for example that the Java-related routines may not be called until a certain point in the bootstrapping process once the sizes of the Java primitive types are known. (The current implementation has that property.)

    A note of warning: in C addresses, when represented as integers, are usually represented with unsigned types. Unfortunately, there are no unsigned primitive types in Java, so care will have to be taken in the implementation of this interface if using longs as the representation for 64-bit correctness. This is not so simple for the comparison operators.

  • uk.co.jemos.podam.test.dto.docs.example.Address
    @author mtedone
  • uk.nhs.interoperability.payloads.commontypes.Address
    This is the Address object
    This class is generated using the message config in resources/config

    The fields that can be set for this payload are: @author Adam Hatherly
  • uk.nhs.interoperability.payloads.fhir.commontypes.Address
    This is the Address object
    This class is generated using the message config in resources/config

    The fields that can be set for this payload are: @author Adam Hatherly

  • Examples of ComplexMappingTest.Address

        public Array_Of_Address<Address> getL_Address() {
            return this.l_Address;

        public void setR_Address(Address r_Address) {
            Address oldValue = this.r_Address;
            this.r_Address = r_Address;
            this.qq_Listeners.firePropertyChange("r_Address", oldValue, this.r_Address);
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    Examples of PTMF.Address

        try {
          //1. Obtener IPs de las remotas y conectar con ellas...
          //IP de la remota
          logger.info("IP RTU: "+sdb.lru.getRTUIPADDRSTR());
          this.addressLRU = new Address(sdb.lru.getRTUIPADDRSTR(),IEC104.PORT_104);

          //2. Conectar a la Remota
          logger.info("Conectando a: "+this.addressLRU);
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    Examples of Shop.Address

       * <!-- begin-user-doc -->
       * <!-- end-user-doc -->
       * @generated
      public NotificationChain basicSetAddress(Address newAddress, NotificationChain msgs) {
        Address oldAddress = address;
        address = newAddress;
        if (eNotificationRequired()) {
          ENotificationImpl notification = new ENotificationImpl(this, Notification.SET, ShopPackage.BILLING_INFORMATION__ADDRESS, oldAddress, newAddress);
          if (msgs == null) msgs = notification; else msgs.add(notification);
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    Examples of addressbook.wsiftypes.Address

              "AddressBook");                                 // portTypeName

            AddressBook stub=(AddressBook)service.getStub(server+"Port", AddressBook.class);

            stub.addEntry(name1, addr1);
            Address resp1 = stub.getAddressFromName (name1);
            assertTrue(new AddressUtility(addr1).equals(resp1));
          catch (Exception e)
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    Examples of akka.actor.Address

      public void remoteActorCreationDemo1() {
        log.info("Creating a actor using remote deployment mechanism");

        // create the address object that points to the remote server
        Address addr = new Address("akka", "ServerSys", "", 2552);

        // creating the ServerActor on the specified remote server
        final ActorRef serverActor = system.actorOf(new Props(ServerActor.class)
            .withDeploy(new Deploy(new RemoteScope(addr))));
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    Examples of aleph.comm.Address

    //      System.out.println("child at level "+ level+" : " + logic.get(level).childpath.get(key));
          Address homeParent = ((Ballistic)DirectoryManager.getManager()).getHomeParent(level);
          if (homeParent != null)
            try {
              System.out.println("calling resgister");
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    Examples of aleph.comm.tcp.Address

        int node = Network.getInstance().nodesCount();
        for(int i=0; i<localObjectsCount; i++){
          for(int j=0;j<node;j++){
              try {
                Address server1 = (Address) Network.getAddress(Benchmark.getServerId(j+"-"+i));
                account = (IBankAccount)LocateRegistry.getRegistry(server1.inetAddress.getHostAddress(), server1.port).lookup(j+"-"+i);
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    Examples of anvil.server.Address

          String[] imports = (String[])getstatic(scriptclass, "_imports");
          int n = imports.length;
          for(int i=0; i<n; ) {
            String pathinfo = imports[i++];
            String descriptor = imports[i++];
            Address imported = getAddress().resolve(pathinfo);
            _dependencies.put(imported, new Dependency(imported, descriptor, _location));
          Field field;
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    Examples of at.compax.bbsng.dataimport.app.model.Address


      public Address getRandomAddress() {
        final String[] split = splitPreserveAllTokens(getRandomCity(), ";");

        final Address address = new Address();

        return address;
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    Examples of bear.session.Address

        private static Iterable<String> splitCSV(String csvNames) {
            return Splitter.on(',').trimResults().split(csvNames);

        public Address getHost(String hostname) {
            Address address = hostToAddress.get(hostname);

            if(address == null){
                hostToAddress.put(hostname, address = new SshAddress(hostname, null, null, hostname));
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