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service InteractionHandler
An interaction request handler that lets the user handle a number of well known requests via GUI dialogs.

The well known requests handled by this service include

The requests marked with an asterisk are only handled if (a) their continuations match certain restrictions (see below), and (b) the necessary resource strings are available (this can be exploited by applications that carry only a subset of all resource files with them).

The continuation restrictions are as follows: Let C be the subset of the provided continuations that are of type ::com::sun::star::task::XInteractionApprove, ::com::sun::star::task::XInteractionDisapprove, ::com::sun::star::task::XInteractionRetry, or ::com::sun::star::task::XInteractionAbort (or of a derived type). All other continuations are ignored for these requests. The request is only handled if the set C is any of the following:

  • Abort
  • Retry, Abort
  • Approve
  • Approve, Abort
  • Approve, Disapprove
  • Approve, Disapprove, Abort

OOo 2.0
See also

Exported Interfaces - Summary

Handle an interaction request.


Initialize the interaction handler. (details)

Exported Interfaces - Details
Handle an interaction request.
Initialize the interaction handler.

The arguments must be a sequence of ::com::sun::star::beans::PropertyValues. The currently supported properties are:

  • "Parent" of type ::com::sun::star::awt::XWindow denotes the parent window for any GUI dialogs the interaction handler pops up; it is strongly recommended that this property is supplied;
  • "Context" of type string is a textual description of the current context (used, e.g., as a first line of text in error boxes); this property is optional.

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