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beancontext


Package java.beans.beancontext

Provides classes and interfaces relating to bean context.

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  • Interface Summary 
    Interface Description
    BeanContext
    The BeanContext acts a logical hierarchical container for JavaBeans.
    BeanContextChild
    JavaBeans wishing to be nested within, and obtain a reference to their execution environment, or context, as defined by the BeanContext sub-interface shall implement this interface.
    BeanContextChildComponentProxy
    This interface is implemented by BeanContextChildren that have an AWT Component associated with them.
    BeanContextContainerProxy
    This interface is implemented by BeanContexts' that have an AWT Container associated with them.
    BeanContextMembershipListener
    Compliant BeanContexts fire events on this interface when the state of the membership of the BeanContext changes.
    BeanContextProxy
    This interface is implemented by a JavaBean that does not directly have a BeanContext(Child) associated with it (via implementing that interface or a subinterface thereof), but has a public BeanContext(Child) delegated from it.
    BeanContextServiceProvider
    One of the primary functions of a BeanContext is to act a as rendezvous between JavaBeans, and BeanContextServiceProviders.
    BeanContextServiceProviderBeanInfo
    A BeanContextServiceProvider implementor who wishes to provide explicit information about the services their bean may provide shall implement a BeanInfo class that implements this BeanInfo subinterface and provides explicit information about the methods, properties, events, etc, of their services.
    BeanContextServiceRevokedListener
    The listener interface for receiving BeanContextServiceRevokedEvent objects.
    BeanContextServices
    The BeanContextServices interface provides a mechanism for a BeanContext to expose generic "services" to the BeanContextChild objects within.
    BeanContextServicesListener
    The listener interface for receiving BeanContextServiceAvailableEvent objects.
  • Class Summary 
    Class Description
    BeanContextChildSupport
    This is a general support class to provide support for implementing the BeanContextChild protocol.
    BeanContextEvent
    BeanContextEvent is the abstract root event class for all events emitted from, and pertaining to the semantics of, a BeanContext.
    BeanContextMembershipEvent
    A BeanContextMembershipEvent encapsulates the list of children added to, or removed from, the membership of a particular BeanContext.
    BeanContextServiceAvailableEvent
    This event type is used by the BeanContextServicesListener in order to identify the service being registered.
    BeanContextServiceRevokedEvent
    This event type is used by the BeanContextServiceRevokedListener in order to identify the service being revoked.
    BeanContextServicesSupport
    This helper class provides a utility implementation of the java.beans.beancontext.BeanContextServices interface.
    BeanContextServicesSupport.BCSSServiceProvider
    subclasses may subclass this nested class to add behaviors for each BeanContextServicesProvider.
    BeanContextSupport
    This helper class provides a utility implementation of the java.beans.beancontext.BeanContext interface.
    BeanContextSupport.BCSIterator
    protected final subclass that encapsulates an iterator but implements a noop remove() method.

Package java.beans.beancontext Description

Provides classes and interfaces relating to bean context. A bean context is a container for beans and defines the execution environment for the beans it contains. There can be several beans in a single bean context, and a bean context can be nested within another bean context. This package also contains events and listener interface for beans being added and removed from a bean context.
Since:
1.2


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