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PropertyChangeEvent

public class PropertyChangeEvent
extends EventObject

java.lang.Object
   ↳ java.util.EventObject
     ↳ java.beans.PropertyChangeEvent
Known Direct Subclasses


A "PropertyChange" event gets delivered whenever a bean changes a "bound" or "constrained" property. A PropertyChangeEvent object is sent as an argument to the PropertyChangeListener and VetoableChangeListener methods.

Normally PropertyChangeEvents are accompanied by the name and the old and new value of the changed property. If the new value is a primitive type (such as int or boolean) it must be wrapped as the corresponding java.lang.* Object type (such as Integer or Boolean).

Null values may be provided for the old and the new values if their true values are not known.

An event source may send a null object as the name to indicate that an arbitrary set of if its properties have changed. In this case the old and new values should also be null.

Summary

Inherited fields

From class java.util.EventObject

Public constructors

PropertyChangeEvent(Object source, String propertyName, Object oldValue, Object newValue)

Constructs a new PropertyChangeEvent.

Public methods

Object getNewValue()

Gets the new value for the property, expressed as an Object.

Object getOldValue()

Gets the old value for the property, expressed as an Object.

Object getPropagationId()

The "propagationId" field is reserved for future use.

String getPropertyName()

Gets the programmatic name of the property that was changed.

void setPropagationId(Object propagationId)

Sets the propagationId object for the event.

String toString()

Returns a string representation of the object.

Inherited methods

From class java.util.EventObject
From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

PropertyChangeEvent

Added in API level 3
PropertyChangeEvent (Object source, 
                String propertyName, 
                Object oldValue, 
                Object newValue)

Constructs a new PropertyChangeEvent.

Parameters
source Object: The bean that fired the event.
propertyName String: The programmatic name of the property that was changed.
oldValue Object: The old value of the property.
newValue Object: The new value of the property.

Public methods

getNewValue

Added in API level 3
Object getNewValue ()

Gets the new value for the property, expressed as an Object.

Returns
Object The new value for the property, expressed as an Object. May be null if multiple properties have changed.

getOldValue

Added in API level 3
Object getOldValue ()

Gets the old value for the property, expressed as an Object.

Returns
Object The old value for the property, expressed as an Object. May be null if multiple properties have changed.

getPropagationId

Added in API level 3
Object getPropagationId ()

The "propagationId" field is reserved for future use. In Beans 1.0 the sole requirement is that if a listener catches a PropertyChangeEvent and then fires a PropertyChangeEvent of its own, then it should make sure that it propagates the propagationId field from its incoming event to its outgoing event.

Returns
Object the propagationId object associated with a bound/constrained property update.

getPropertyName

Added in API level 3
String getPropertyName ()

Gets the programmatic name of the property that was changed.

Returns
String The programmatic name of the property that was changed. May be null if multiple properties have changed.

setPropagationId

Added in API level 3
void setPropagationId (Object propagationId)

Sets the propagationId object for the event.

Parameters
propagationId Object: The propagationId object for the event.

toString

Added in API level 3
String toString ()

Returns a string representation of the object.

Returns
String a string representation of the object
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