Class ConfigureCompleteEvent


public class ConfigureCompleteEvent
extends TransitionEvent

A ConfigureCompleteEvent is posted when a Processor finishes Configuring. This occurs when a Processor moves from the Configuring state to the Configured state, or as an acknowledgement that the configure method was called and the Processor is already Configured.

JMF 2.0
See Also:
Processor, ControllerListener, TransitionEvent, Serialized Form

Fields inherited from class java.util.EventObject
Constructor Summary
ConfigureCompleteEvent(Controller processor, int previous, int current, int target)
          Construct a new ConfigureCompleteEvent.
Methods inherited from class
getCurrentState, getPreviousState, getTargetState, toString
Methods inherited from class
getSource, getSourceController
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait

Constructor Detail


public ConfigureCompleteEvent(Controller processor,
                              int previous,
                              int current,
                              int target)
Construct a new ConfigureCompleteEvent.
processor - The Processor that is generating this event.
previous - The state that the Processor was in before this event.
current - The state that the Processor is in as a result of this event.
target - The state that the Processor is heading to.

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