Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
java.util.prefs.BackingStoreException

Packages that use BackingStoreException
java.util.prefs This package allows applications to store and retrieve user and system preference and configuration data. 
 

Uses of BackingStoreException in java.util.prefs
 

Methods in java.util.prefs that throw BackingStoreException
 String[] AbstractPreferences.childrenNames()
          Implements the children method as per the specification in Preferences.childrenNames().
abstract  String[] Preferences.childrenNames()
          Returns the names of the children of this preference node, relative to this node.
protected abstract  String[] AbstractPreferences.childrenNamesSpi()
          Returns the names of the children of this preference node.
 void AbstractPreferences.clear()
          Implements the clear method as per the specification in Preferences.clear().
abstract  void Preferences.clear()
          Removes all of the preferences (key-value associations) in this preference node.
 void AbstractPreferences.exportNode(OutputStream os)
          Implements the exportNode method as per the specification in Preferences.exportNode(OutputStream).
abstract  void Preferences.exportNode(OutputStream os)
          Emits on the specified output stream an XML document representing all of the preferences contained in this node (but not its descendants).
 void AbstractPreferences.exportSubtree(OutputStream os)
          Implements the exportSubtree method as per the specification in Preferences.exportSubtree(OutputStream).
abstract  void Preferences.exportSubtree(OutputStream os)
          Emits an XML document representing all of the preferences contained in this node and all of its descendants.
 void AbstractPreferences.flush()
          Implements the flush method as per the specification in Preferences.flush().
abstract  void Preferences.flush()
          Forces any changes in the contents of this preference node and its descendants to the persistent store.
protected abstract  void AbstractPreferences.flushSpi()
          This method is invoked with this node locked.
protected  AbstractPreferences AbstractPreferences.getChild(String nodeName)
          Returns the named child if it exists, or null if it does not.
 String[] AbstractPreferences.keys()
          Implements the keys method as per the specification in Preferences.keys().
abstract  String[] Preferences.keys()
          Returns all of the keys that have an associated value in this preference node.
protected abstract  String[] AbstractPreferences.keysSpi()
          Returns all of the keys that have an associated value in this preference node.
 boolean AbstractPreferences.nodeExists(String path)
          Implements the nodeExists method as per the specification in Preferences.nodeExists(String).
abstract  boolean Preferences.nodeExists(String pathName)
          Returns true if the named preference node exists in the same tree as this node.
 void AbstractPreferences.removeNode()
          Implements the removeNode() method as per the specification in Preferences.removeNode().
abstract  void Preferences.removeNode()
          Removes this preference node and all of its descendants, invalidating any preferences contained in the removed nodes.
protected abstract  void AbstractPreferences.removeNodeSpi()
          Removes this preference node, invalidating it and any preferences that it contains.
 void AbstractPreferences.sync()
          Implements the sync method as per the specification in Preferences.sync().
abstract  void Preferences.sync()
          Ensures that future reads from this preference node and its descendants reflect any changes that were committed to the persistent store (from any VM) prior to the sync invocation.
protected abstract  void AbstractPreferences.syncSpi()
          This method is invoked with this node locked.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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