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- General UNO concepts like factories etc.
||Provides a collection of implementations of services.
||Provides a collection of implementations for services reading from a
persistent registry storage.
For usage of the service manager have a look at service description
||Provides a collection of implementations for services. This is a singleton
you commonly find in your component context under key
||allows to exclicitly free resources and break cyclic references.
||supports connection points for connectable objects.
||makes it possible to locate a specific connection point
for a specified UIK and manages a sequence of connections points.
||base interface for all event listeners interfaces.
||initializes an object directly after its creation.
||makes it possible to set a Locale to be used by the object.
||Executing interface for executable components run by the uno executable
loader. This is an application to run components passing the command
||Factory interface for creating component instances giving a context from
which to retrieve deployment values.
||Factories support this interface creating instances giving a name,
e.g. a service name.
||provides a name for the service to be used in displays.
||Provides information regarding the implementation, i.e. which services
are implemented and the name of the implementation.
||identifies the object with a service name which can be used to create
such an object by a factory.
||Factory interface to create instances of an implementation of a service
||[ DEPRECATED ]
Factory interface to produce instances of an implementation
of a service specification.
This interface is deprecated. Please use XSingleComponentFactory.
||interface to get information about the types
(usually interface types) supported by an object.
||An interface to tunnel UNO. This means providing access to data or
something else, which is not specified by UNO-IDL.
Restrictive useage. Use only, if there is no better possibility left.
It is definitely a hack.
||specifies the base for all event objects and identifies the
source of the event.
||object represents a specific geographical, political, or cultural region.
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||[ DEPRECATED ]
These constants are used to specify systems which depend on return values.
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