Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
java.util.TooManyListenersException

Packages that use TooManyListenersException
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. 
java.beans.beancontext Provides classes and interfaces relating to bean context. 
 

Uses of TooManyListenersException in java.awt.dnd
 

Methods in java.awt.dnd that throw TooManyListenersException
 void DragGestureRecognizer.addDragGestureListener(DragGestureListener dgl)
          Register a new DragGestureListener.
 void DragSourceContext.addDragSourceListener(DragSourceListener dsl)
          Add a DragSourceListener to this DragSourceContext if one has not already been added.
 void DropTarget.addDropTargetListener(DropTargetListener dtl)
          Adds a new DropTargetListener (UNICAST SOURCE).
 

Uses of TooManyListenersException in java.beans.beancontext
 

Methods in java.beans.beancontext that throw TooManyListenersException
 Object BeanContextServicesSupport.getService(BeanContextChild child, Object requestor, Class serviceClass, Object serviceSelector, BeanContextServiceRevokedListener bcsrl)
          obtain a service which may be delegated
 Object BeanContextServices.getService(BeanContextChild child, Object requestor, Class serviceClass, Object serviceSelector, BeanContextServiceRevokedListener bcsrl)
          A BeanContextChild, or any arbitrary object associated with a BeanContextChild, may obtain a reference to a currently registered service from its nesting BeanContextServices via invocation of this method.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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