public interface DataContentHandler
DataContentHandlersthe framework can be extended to convert streams in to objects, and to write objects to streams.
Applications don't generally call the methods in DataContentHandlers directly. Instead, an application calls the equivalent methods in DataHandler. The DataHandler will attempt to find an appropriate DataContentHandler that corresponds to its MIME type using the current DataContentHandlerFactory. The DataHandler then calls through to the methods in the DataContentHandler.
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Return an object representing the data in its most preferred form.
Returns an object which represents the data to be transferred.
Returns an array of DataFlavor objects indicating the flavors the data can be provided in.
Convert the object to a byte stream of the specified MIME type and write it to the output stream.
Object getTransferData(DataFlavor df, DataSource ds) throws UnsupportedFlavorException, IOException
Object getContent(DataSource ds) throws IOException
ds- The DataSource representing the data to be converted.
IOException- if the data can't be accessed
void writeTo(Object obj, String mimeType, OutputStream os) throws IOException
obj- The object to be converted.
mimeType- The requested MIME type of the resulting byte stream.
os- The output stream into which to write the converted byte stream.
IOException- errors writing to the stream
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