Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.xml.bind.PropertyException

Packages that use PropertyException
javax.xml.bind Provides a runtime binding framework for client applications including unmarshalling, marshalling, and validation capabilities. 
javax.xml.bind.helpers JAXB Provider Use Only: Provides partial default implementations for some of the javax.xml.bind interfaces. 
 

Uses of PropertyException in javax.xml.bind
 

Methods in javax.xml.bind that throw PropertyException
 Object Validator.getProperty(String name)
          Deprecated. since JAXB2.0
 Object Marshaller.getProperty(String name)
          Get the particular property in the underlying implementation of Marshaller.
 Object Unmarshaller.getProperty(String name)
          Get the particular property in the underlying implementation of Unmarshaller.
abstract  Object Binder.getProperty(String name)
          Get the particular property in the underlying implementation of Binder.
 void Validator.setProperty(String name, Object value)
          Deprecated. since JAXB2.0
 void Marshaller.setProperty(String name, Object value)
          Set the particular property in the underlying implementation of Marshaller.
 void Unmarshaller.setProperty(String name, Object value)
          Set the particular property in the underlying implementation of Unmarshaller.
abstract  void Binder.setProperty(String name, Object value)
          Set the particular property in the underlying implementation of Binder.
 

Uses of PropertyException in javax.xml.bind.helpers
 

Methods in javax.xml.bind.helpers that throw PropertyException
 Object AbstractUnmarshallerImpl.getProperty(String name)
          Default implementation of the getProperty method always throws PropertyException since there are no required properties.
 Object AbstractMarshallerImpl.getProperty(String name)
          Default implementation of the getProperty method handles the four defined properties in Marshaller.
 void AbstractUnmarshallerImpl.setProperty(String name, Object value)
          Default implementation of the setProperty method always throws PropertyException since there are no required properties.
 void AbstractMarshallerImpl.setProperty(String name, Object value)
          Default implementation of the setProperty method handles the four defined properties in Marshaller.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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