Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Package
javax.activation

Packages that use javax.activation
javax.activation   
javax.xml.bind.attachment This package is implemented by a MIME-based package processor that enables the interpretation and creation of optimized binary data within an MIME-based package format. 
javax.xml.soap Provides the API for creating and building SOAP messages. 
 

Classes in javax.activation used by javax.activation
CommandInfo
          The CommandInfo class is used by CommandMap implementations to describe the results of command requests.
CommandMap
          The CommandMap class provides an interface to a registry of command objects available in the system.
DataContentHandler
          The DataContentHandler interface is implemented by objects that can be used to extend the capabilities of the DataHandler's implementation of the Transferable interface.
DataContentHandlerFactory
          This interface defines a factory for DataContentHandlers.
DataHandler
          The DataHandler class provides a consistent interface to data available in many different sources and formats.
DataSource
          The DataSource interface provides the JavaBeans Activation Framework with an abstraction of an arbitrary collection of data.
FileTypeMap
          The FileTypeMap is an abstract class that provides a data typing interface for files.
MimeType
          A Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension (MIME) type, as defined in RFC 2045 and 2046.
MimeTypeParameterList
          A parameter list of a MimeType as defined in RFC 2045 and 2046.
MimeTypeParseException
          A class to encapsulate MimeType parsing related exceptions.
 

Classes in javax.activation used by javax.xml.bind.attachment
DataHandler
          The DataHandler class provides a consistent interface to data available in many different sources and formats.
 

Classes in javax.activation used by javax.xml.soap
DataHandler
          The DataHandler class provides a consistent interface to data available in many different sources and formats.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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