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- creates a dialog for the given URL accepting an Interface used
to handle dialog events.
- Parameter URL
- is the URL.
- Parameter xHandler
- is the interface that will be called to handle the Events that
are generated by the dialog (and all controls placed on it) and
bound to the handler using a vnd.sun.star.UNO URL specifying a
handler method to be called. Usually this will be done directly
by the user.
xHandler can handle events in two different ways:
1. By supporting the XDialogEventHandler interface.
This is a generic interface to accept event notifications.
2. By providing interfaces that directly implement the handler
methods to be called. The XDialogProvider2 implementation then
will try to access these events using the
service. To make this possible the handler implementation also has to
If XDialogEventHandler is supported XDialogEventHandler.callHandlerMethod()
is always called first to handle the event. Only if the event cannot be
handled by XDialogEventHandler (callHandlerMethod() then has to return
false) or if XDialogEventHandler is not supported at all the Introspection
based access will be used.
The Introspection based access tries to call a method named according to the
HandlerMethodName specified by a vnd.sun.star.UNO: URL.
First a method
void HandlerMethodName( [in] com::sun::star::awt::XDialog xDialog, [in] any aEvent )
will be searched. The signature is similar to XDialogEventHandler.
callHandlerMethod except for MethodName itself that isn't needed
here. For more information about these parameters, see
If this method is found, it will be called, otherwise a method
void HandlerMethodName( void )
will be searched and called.
- a dialog implementing the XDialog interface.
if no dialog for the given URL is found or if the URL is invalid
or xHandler is null.
- See also
- creates a dialog for the given URL, accepting additional creation parameters
The arguments accepted so far are
- ParentWindow - must be a component supporting the XWindowPeer interface,
or a component supporting the XControl interfac, so an
XWindowPeer can be
obtained from it. The given window will be used as parent window for the to-be-created dialog.
- EventHandler - specifies a component handling events in the dialog. See
createDialogWithHandler for a detailed specification of dialog event handling.
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