JavaTM 2 Platform
Standard Ed. 5.0

Uses of Interface

Packages that use BeanContextServiceRevokedListener
java.beans.beancontext Provides classes and interfaces relating to bean context. 

Uses of BeanContextServiceRevokedListener in java.beans.beancontext

Subinterfaces of BeanContextServiceRevokedListener in java.beans.beancontext
 interface BeanContextServices
           The BeanContextServices interface provides a mechanism for a BeanContext to expose generic "services" to the BeanContextChild objects within.
 interface BeanContextServicesListener
          The listener interface for receiving BeanContextServiceAvailableEvent objects.

Classes in java.beans.beancontext that implement BeanContextServiceRevokedListener
 class BeanContextChildSupport
           This is a general support class to provide support for implementing the BeanContextChild protocol.
 class BeanContextServicesSupport
           This helper class provides a utility implementation of the java.beans.beancontext.BeanContextServices interface.
protected  class BeanContextServicesSupport.BCSSProxyServiceProvider
 class BeanContextSupport
          This helper class provides a utility implementation of the java.beans.beancontext.BeanContext interface.

Methods in java.beans.beancontext with parameters of type BeanContextServiceRevokedListener
 Object BeanContextServicesSupport.getService(BeanContextChild child, Object requestor, Class serviceClass, Object serviceSelector, BeanContextServiceRevokedListener bcsrl)
          obtain a service which may be delegated
 Object BeanContextServices.getService(BeanContextChild child, Object requestor, Class serviceClass, Object serviceSelector, BeanContextServiceRevokedListener bcsrl)
          A BeanContextChild, or any arbitrary object associated with a BeanContextChild, may obtain a reference to a currently registered service from its nesting BeanContextServices via invocation of this method.

JavaTM 2 Platform
Standard Ed. 5.0

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