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Added in API level 1

SSLSessionBindingEvent

public class SSLSessionBindingEvent
extends EventObject

java.lang.Object
   ↳ java.util.EventObject
     ↳ javax.net.ssl.SSLSessionBindingEvent


The event sent to an SSLSessionBindingListener when the listener object is bound (putValue(String, Object)) or unbound (removeValue(String)) to an SSLSession.

Summary

Inherited fields

From class java.util.EventObject

Public constructors

SSLSessionBindingEvent(SSLSession session, String name)

Creates a new SSLSessionBindingEvent for the specified session indicating a binding event for the specified name.

Public methods

String getName()

Returns the name of the binding being added or removed.

SSLSession getSession()

Returns the session to which the binding is added or from which it is removed.

Inherited methods

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

Public constructors

SSLSessionBindingEvent

Added in API level 1
SSLSessionBindingEvent (SSLSession session, 
                String name)

Creates a new SSLSessionBindingEvent for the specified session indicating a binding event for the specified name.

Parameters
session SSLSession: the session for which the event occurs.
name String: the name of the object being (un)bound.

Public methods

getName

Added in API level 1
String getName ()

Returns the name of the binding being added or removed.

Returns
String the name of the binding.

getSession

Added in API level 1
SSLSession getSession ()

Returns the session to which the binding is added or from which it is removed.

Returns
SSLSession the session to which the binding is added or from which it is removed.
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