These methods and annotations are not part of Corda's API compatibility guarantee and applications should not use them.
Declare the annotated element to unsuitable for the deterministic version of Corda.
This annotation is for interfaces and abstract classes that provide Corda functionality to user applications. Future versions of Corda may add new methods to such interfaces and classes, but will not remove or modify existing methods.
This annotates a class or file that we want to include into the deterministic version of Corda Core. We don't expect everything within that class/file to be deterministic; those non-deterministic elements need to be annotated with either
We expect that almost every non-deterministic element can have its bytecode deleted entirely from the deterministic version of Corda. This annotation is for those (hopefully!) few occasions where the non-deterministic function cannot be deleted. In these cases, the function will be stubbed out instead.
OIDs used for the Corda platform. All entries MUST be defined in this file only and they MUST NOT be removed. If an OID is incorrectly assigned, it should be marked deprecated and NEVER be reused again.
Exception types and some utilities for working with observables and futures.