Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

javax.accessibility
Interface AccessibleStreamable


public interface AccessibleStreamable

The AccessibleStreamable interface should be implemented by the AccessibleContext of any component that presents the raw stream behind a component on the display screen. Examples of such components are HTML, bitmap images and MathML. An object that implements AccessibleStreamable provides two things: a list of MIME types supported by the object and a streaming interface for each MIME type to get the data.

Since:
1.5
See Also:
AccessibleContext

Method Summary
 DataFlavor[] getMimeTypes()
          Returns an array of DataFlavor objects for the MIME types this object supports.
 InputStream getStream(DataFlavor flavor)
          Returns an InputStream for a DataFlavor
 

Method Detail

getMimeTypes

DataFlavor[] getMimeTypes()
Returns an array of DataFlavor objects for the MIME types this object supports.

Returns:
an array of DataFlavor objects for the MIME types this object supports.

getStream

InputStream getStream(DataFlavor flavor)
Returns an InputStream for a DataFlavor

Parameters:
flavor - the DataFlavor
Returns:
an ImputStream if an ImputStream for this DataFlavor exists. Otherwise, null is returned.

Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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