factory interface to create and initialize extended type detection components.
A detection component must be specified by it's uno implementation name and will be crated then.
Every new created component can be intialized with it's own configuration data
and may given optional arguments of the corresponding createInstanceWithArguments() request. To do so the
service must support the optional interface ::com::sun::star::lang::XInitialization.
The arguments parameter will have the following structure:
sequence< Any > contains a sequence< PropertyValue >,
which represent the configuration data set of this detector component. The used properties are the same, as
they are available at the container interface of this factoyr service. (see below)
Every following item of the argument list sequence< Any >[1..n] contains the copied argument of the
corresponding createInstanceWithArguments() call. That means: Item 0 or the original list was copied as
item 1 of the destination list ... etc.
provides read access to the complete set of configuration data.
Every container item is specified as a set of properties and will be
represented by a sequence< PropertyValue > structure.
Follow properties are supported:
(But note: not all of them must be present everytimes!)
It means the uno implementation name of the detector component.
Note: It means the realy the implementation instead of the uno service name.
Because it's not possible to distinguish between more then one components; if all of them
uses a generic service identifier!
[sequence< string >]
It's a list of all types, which can be detected by this extended detection component.
All items of this list must match an item of the TypeDetection container service.
Because the complexness of such configuration set can be very high,
it seams not very usefull to update the undelying configuration layer
on every container change request immediatly. Another strategy can be to
make all changes (adding/changing/removing of items) and call flush at the end.
That will validate the whole container and reject inconsistent data sets.
Only in case all made changes was correct, they will be written back to the
configuration. Further this interface provides the possibelity, that interested
changes listener can be registered too.
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