Contains the response of a method in the API that performs a bulk operation and returns a bulk response.
The BusinessLifeCycleManager interface, which is exposed by the Registry Service, implements the life cycle management functionality of the Registry as part of a business level API.
The BusinessQueryManager interface, which is exposed by the Registry Service, implements the business style query interface.
Provides information about the capabilities of a JAXR provider.
This class represents a connection between a JAXR client and a JAXR provider.
This interface provides the ability to execute declarative queries (e.g.
Represents a single logical connection to a federation or group of registry providers.
FindQualifier provides various constants that identify options that effect find method behavior.
A JAXR requests' response.
The LifeCycleManager interface is the main interface in the API for managing life cycle operations on objects defined by the information model.
The Query interface encapsulates a query in a declarative query language.
This is the common base interface for all QueryManagers in the API.
This is the principal interface implemented by a JAXR provider.
This is the abstract base class for factory classes for creating a JAXR connection.
A RegistryException that occurs during a delete action.
A RegistryException that occurs during a find action.
This exception is thrown when a JAXR client attempts to invoke an API method that is not valid for some reason.
Signals that a JAXR exception has occurred.
This is the common base class for all Exceptions that are detected on the registry provider side rather than the JAXR client side.
A RegistryException that occurs during a save action.
This exception is thrown when the JAXR provider finds a Object that is out-of-place or of the wrong type within the context of a user request.
This exception must be thrown when a JAXR client attempts to invoke an API method that is not supported by the capability profile that is supported by the JAXR provider.
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