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:: com :: sun :: star :: ucb ::

service ODMAContent
Description
A OCP content is representation of a document saved in a DMS.

The document Content corresponds to a document stored in a Document Management System.

Since
OOo 1.1.2
See also
ODMAContentProvider, Content

Exported Interfaces - Summary
::com::sun::star::lang::XComponent

This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.

XContent

This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.

XCommandProcessor

This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content. (details)

XCommandProcessor2

is an enhanced version of XCommandProcessor that has an additional method for releasing command identifiers obtained via XCommandProcessor::createCommandIdentifier to avoid resource leaks. For a detailed description of the problem refer to XCommandProcessor2::releaseCommandIdentifier. (details)

::com::sun::star::beans::XPropertiesChangeNotifier

This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.

::com::sun::star::beans::XPropertyContainer

This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.

::com::sun::star::beans::XPropertySetInfoChangeNotifier

This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.

XCommandInfoChangeNotifier

This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.

::com::sun::star::container::XChild

This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.

Exported Interfaces - Details
::com::sun::star::lang::XComponent
Description
This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.
XContent
Description
This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.
XCommandProcessor
Description
This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.

Supported Commands

  • getCommandInfo
  • getPropertySetInfo
  • getPropertyValues
  • setPropertyValues
  • delete
  • open
  • close
Supported Properties
  • string ContentType ( read-only, always "application/vnd.sun.star.odma" )
  • boolean IsDocument
  • boolean IsFolder
  • ::com::sun::star::util::DateTime DateCreated ( read-only )
  • ::com::sun::star::util::DateTime DateModified ( read-only )
  • string Author
  • string Subject
  • string Keywords
  • string Size ( read-only )
  • string Title

XCommandProcessor2
Usage Restrictions
optional
Description
is an enhanced version of XCommandProcessor that has an additional method for releasing command identifiers obtained via XCommandProcessor::createCommandIdentifier to avoid resource leaks. For a detailed description of the problem refer to XCommandProcessor2::releaseCommandIdentifier.

Where many existing Content implementations do not (yet), every new implementation should support this interface.

::com::sun::star::beans::XPropertiesChangeNotifier
Description
This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.
::com::sun::star::beans::XPropertyContainer
Description
This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.
::com::sun::star::beans::XPropertySetInfoChangeNotifier
Description
This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.
XCommandInfoChangeNotifier
Description
This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.
::com::sun::star::container::XChild
Description
This interface is implemented according to the specification of service Content.

 
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