JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

java.beans
Interface AppletInitializer


public interface AppletInitializer

This interface is designed to work in collusion with java.beans.Beans.instantiate. The interafce is intended to provide mechanism to allow the proper initialization of JavaBeans that are also Applets, during their instantiation by java.beans.Beans.instantiate().

Since:
1.2
See Also:
Beans.instantiate(java.lang.ClassLoader, java.lang.String)

Method Summary
 void activate(Applet newApplet)
           Activate, and/or mark Applet active.
 void initialize(Applet newAppletBean, BeanContext bCtxt)
           If passed to the appropriate variant of java.beans.Beans.instantiate this method will be called in order to associate the newly instantiated Applet (JavaBean) with its AppletContext, AppletStub, and Container.
 

Method Detail

initialize

public void initialize(Applet newAppletBean,
                       BeanContext bCtxt)

If passed to the appropriate variant of java.beans.Beans.instantiate this method will be called in order to associate the newly instantiated Applet (JavaBean) with its AppletContext, AppletStub, and Container.

Conformant implementations shall:

  1. Associate the newly instantiated Applet with the appropriate AppletContext.
  2. Instantiate an AppletStub() and associate that AppletStub with the Applet via an invocation of setStub().
  3. If BeanContext parameter is null, then it shall associate the Applet with its appropriate Container by adding that Applet to its Container via an invocation of add(). If the BeanContext parameter is non-null, then it is the responsibility of the BeanContext to associate the Applet with its Container during the subsequent invocation of its addChildren() method.

Parameters:
The - newly instantiated JavaBean
The - BeanContext intended for this Applet, or null.

activate

public void activate(Applet newApplet)

Activate, and/or mark Applet active. Implementors of this interface shall mark this Applet as active, and optionally invoke its start() method.

Parameters:
The - newly instantiated JavaBean

JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

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