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interface XConfigurationChangeRequest
Description
A single explicit request for a configuration change.

The requested change is committed to a configuration only when the execute() method is called. Configuration change requests are executed asynchronously. This is done to avoid reentrance problems with objects that are registered as XConfigurationChangeListener and at the same time make configuration change requests. When the requests were executed synchronously then the listeners would be notified of the changes while their request call has not yet returned.

This interface is typically used internally by the XConfigurationController

See also
XConfigurationController

Methods' Summary
execute Commit the configuration change request represented by the called object to the given configuration.  
Methods' Details
execute
void
execute( [in] XConfiguration  xConfiguration );

Description
Commit the configuration change request represented by the called object to the given configuration.
Parameter xConfiguration
This is the configuration to commit the requested change to.
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