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interface XConfigurationControllerRequestQueue
Description
The request queue of the configuration controller handles requests for changes to the current configuration.

This interface allows callers to add requests to the back of the queue and to determine wheter the queue is empty. Using this interace should normally not be necessary for anyone else than the XConfigurationController. It may be removed in the future.


Methods' Summary
hasPendingRequests Return whether there are pending requests for configuration changes.  
postChangeRequest Add a request for a configuration change to the request queue.  
Methods' Details
hasPendingRequests
boolean
hasPendingRequests();

Description
Return whether there are pending requests for configuration changes.
Returns
Returns true when there is at least one request object in the queue that has not yet been processed. It returns false when the queue is empty.
postChangeRequest
void
postChangeRequest( [in] XConfigurationChangeRequest  xRequest );

Description
Add a request for a configuration change to the request queue.

This method should not be called from outside the drawing famework. Other sub conrollers of the drawing framework are typical callers. They can add change requests that can not be made with the requestResourceActivation() and requestResourceDeactivation() methods.

Parameter xRequest
The configuration change represented by this request object must only be commited to the configuration when the execute() method of the xRequest object is called.
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