JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

Class UnsolicitedNotificationEvent

All Implemented Interfaces:

public class UnsolicitedNotificationEvent
extends EventObject

This class represents an event fired in response to an unsolicited notification sent by the LDAP server.

See Also:
UnsolicitedNotification, UnsolicitedNotificationListener, EventContext.addNamingListener(javax.naming.Name, int, javax.naming.event.NamingListener), EventDirContext.addNamingListener(javax.naming.Name, java.lang.String,, javax.naming.event.NamingListener), EventContext.removeNamingListener(javax.naming.event.NamingListener), Serialized Form

Fields inherited from class java.util.EventObject
Constructor Summary
UnsolicitedNotificationEvent(Object src, UnsolicitedNotification notice)
          Constructs a new instance of UnsolicitedNotificationEvent.
Method Summary
 void dispatch(UnsolicitedNotificationListener listener)
          Invokes the notificationReceived() method on a listener using this event.
 UnsolicitedNotification getNotification()
          Returns the unsolicited notification.
Methods inherited from class java.util.EventObject
getSource, toString
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait

Constructor Detail


public UnsolicitedNotificationEvent(Object src,
                                    UnsolicitedNotification notice)
Constructs a new instance of UnsolicitedNotificationEvent.
src - The non-null source that fired the event.
notice - The non-null unsolicited notification.
Method Detail


public UnsolicitedNotification getNotification()
Returns the unsolicited notification.
The non-null unsolicited notification that caused this event to be fired.


public void dispatch(UnsolicitedNotificationListener listener)
Invokes the notificationReceived() method on a listener using this event.
listener - The non-null listener on which to invoke notificationReceived.

JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.3.1

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