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barryfp [dana.getObjectInterface(IDC source, Object o, Type t)]
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 Typically used as part of runtime adaptation, this re-enables function calls to enter the given object, and also resumes any previous held calls. Typically used as part of runtime adaptation, this re-enables function calls to enter the given object, and also resumes any previous held calls.
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-==== dana.getObjectState(IDC source, Object o) ==== 
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-Typically used as part of runtime adaptation, retrieves the transfer state of an object, returned as a Data instance. This state can then be injected into another object using ''​setObjectState''​. 
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-==== dana.setObjectState(IDC source, Object o, Data d) ==== 
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-Typically used as part of runtime adaptation, injects the given transfer state into an object. 
  
 ==== dana.getObjectInterface(IDC source, Object o, Type t) ==== ==== dana.getObjectInterface(IDC source, Object o, Type t) ====
  
-Typically used as part of runtime adaptation, this operation queries the given object for an interface of the given type, returning the same instance of that object ​by with the type of the requested interface (if present).+Typically used as part of runtime adaptation, this operation queries the given object for an interface of the given type, returning the same instance of that object ​but with the type of the requested interface (if present).
  
 ==== dana.rewireObject(Object x, Object y) ==== ==== dana.rewireObject(Object x, Object y) ====
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