public interface ObjectChangeListener extends NamingListener
NamingEventwith event type of
OBJECT_CHANGED event type is fired when (the contents of)
an object has changed. This might mean that its attributes have been modified,
added, or removed, and/or that the object itself has been replaced.
How the object has changed can be determined by examining the
NamingEvent's old and new bindings.
A listener interested in
OBJECT_CHANGED event types must:
NamingListener.namingExceptionThrown()so that it will be notified of exceptions thrown while attempting to collect information about the events.
void objectChanged(NamingEvent evt)
The binding of the changed object can be obtained using
evt.getNewBinding(). Its old binding (before the change)
can be obtained using
evt- The nonnull naming event.
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