Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class

Packages that use UnsupportedFlavorException
java.awt.datatransfer Provides interfaces and classes for transferring data between and within applications. 
java.awt.dnd Drag and Drop is a direct manipulation gesture found in many Graphical User Interface systems that provides a mechanism to transfer information between two entities logically associated with presentation elements in the GUI. 

Uses of UnsupportedFlavorException in java.awt.datatransfer

Methods in java.awt.datatransfer that throw UnsupportedFlavorException
 Object Clipboard.getData(DataFlavor flavor)
          Returns an object representing the current contents of this clipboard in the specified DataFlavor.
 Reader DataFlavor.getReaderForText(Transferable transferable)
          Gets a Reader for a text flavor, decoded, if necessary, for the expected charset (encoding).
 Object StringSelection.getTransferData(DataFlavor flavor)
          Returns the Transferable's data in the requested DataFlavor if possible.
 Object Transferable.getTransferData(DataFlavor flavor)
          Returns an object which represents the data to be transferred.

Uses of UnsupportedFlavorException in java.awt.dnd

Methods in java.awt.dnd that throw UnsupportedFlavorException
 Object DropTargetContext.TransferableProxy.getTransferData(DataFlavor df)
          Returns an object which represents the data provided by the encapsulated transferable for the requested data flavor.

Uses of UnsupportedFlavorException in javax.activation

Methods in javax.activation that throw UnsupportedFlavorException
 Object DataHandler.getTransferData(DataFlavor flavor)
          Returns an object that represents the data to be transferred.
 Object DataContentHandler.getTransferData(DataFlavor df, DataSource ds)
          Returns an object which represents the data to be transferred.

Java™ Platform
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