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19 #ifndef __com_sun_star_configuration_ConfigurationRegistry_idl__
20 #define __com_sun_star_configuration_ConfigurationRegistry_idl__
21 
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25 
26 module com { module sun { module star { module configuration {
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28 
29 
30 /* provides access to a configuration tree as a registry.
31 
32  <p>This service is deprecated,
33  com.sun.star.configuration::ConfigurationProvider should
34  be used instead.</p>
35 
36  <p> Using the com::sun::star::registry::XSimpleRegistry
37  interface, the service can be bound to a subtree within the
38  configuration tree, as provided by an
39  com.sun.star.configuration::ConfigurationProvider
40  service, which must be accessible from the service factory you use for the
41  creation of this service.
42  </p>
43  <p> There are some restrictions when accessing a configuration tree using a registry.
44  Most of them are implications of the fact that a configuration tree is very static in
45  it's structure. Removal and addition of sub nodes is allowed only for special
46  nodes, and even then the new elements have to comply to a given scheme (which is some
47  kind of attribute of the container node). So for instance the
48  com.sun.star.registry::XRegistryKey::createKey() method is not allowed
49  for some nodes.
50  </p><p>
51  Thus anybody using this service is strongly advised to read and understand the specification
52  of an configuration provider (com.sun.star.configuration::ConfigurationProvider)
53  and all of its aspects.
54  </p>
55 
56  @author Frank Schoenheit
57  @version 1.0 2000/07/06
58 */
59 
60 published service ConfigurationRegistry
61 {
71 
85 };
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88 
89 }; }; }; };
90 
91 
92 #endif
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allows access to a registry (a persistent data source).
Definition: XSimpleRegistry.idl:37
is supported by objects with data that can be flushed to a data source.
Definition: XFlushable.idl:33
Definition: Ambiguous.idl:22
Definition: ConfigurationRegistry.idl:60