com.sun.star.comp.beans.OfficeConnection interface contains the methods used to configure, initiate,and manage the connection to OpenOffice.org. These methods are:
public void setUnoUrl(String URL) throws java.net.MalformedURLException public com.sun.star.uno.XComponentContext getComponentContext() public OfficeWindow createOfficeWindow(Container container) public void setContainerFactory(ContainerFactory containerFactory)
The client uses
setUnoUrl() to specify to the Office Bean how it connects to the OpenOffice.org process. See the section Configuring the Office Bean for a description of the syntax of the URL. A
java.net.MalformedURLException is thrown by the concrete implementation if the client passes a badly formed URL as an argument.
getComponentContext() gets an object that implements the com.sun.star.uno.XComponentContext interface from the Office Bean. This object is then used to obtain objects implementing the full OpenOffice.org API from the backend OpenOffice.org process.
A call to
createOfficeWindow() requests a new
OfficeWindow from the
OfficeConnection. The client obtains the
java.awt.Component from the
OfficeWindow to plug into its UI. See the
getAWTComponent() method below on how to obtain the Component from the
OfficeWindow. The client provides
java.awt.Container that indicates to the implementation what kind of
OfficeWindow it is to create.
setContainerFactory() specifies to the Office Bean the factory object it uses to create Java AWT windows to display popup windows in the Java environment. This factory object implements the
com.sun.star.comp.beans.ContainerFactory interface. See below for a definition of the
If the client does not implement its own
ContainerFactory interface, the Office Bean uses its own default
ContainerFactory creating instances of
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