Uses of Interface

Packages that use State

Uses of State in org.apache.shale.dialog.basic.config

Classes in org.apache.shale.dialog.basic.config that implement State
 class AbstractState
          Abstract base class for State definitions.
 class ActionStateImpl
          ActionStateImpl is a basic implementation of ActionState.
 class EndStateImpl
          EndStateImpl is a basic implementation of EndState.
 class SubdialogStateImpl
          SubdialogStateImpl is a basic implementation of SubdialogState.
 class ViewStateImpl
          ViewStateImpl is a basic implementation of ViewState.

Methods in org.apache.shale.dialog.basic.config that return State
 State DialogImpl.findState(String id)
          Return the specified State, owned by this Dialog, if any.

Methods in org.apache.shale.dialog.basic.config with parameters of type State
 void DialogImpl.addState(State state)
          Add the specified State to the States owned by this Dialog.
 void DialogImpl.removeState(State state)
          Remove the specified State from the States owned by this Dialog, if it is currently registered.

Uses of State in org.apache.shale.dialog.basic.model

Subinterfaces of State in org.apache.shale.dialog.basic.model
 interface ActionState
          An ActionState represents the execution of an action method (typically delegating behavior to appropriate business logic).
 interface EndState
          EndState is a spacialized ViewState that also marks this as the final State to be executed in the owning Dialog.
 interface SubdialogState
          A SubdialogState represents the execution of a separate Dialog, after which processing proceeds within the current Dialog based upon the logical outcome returned by the EndState of the subordinate dialog.
 interface ViewState
          A ViewState encapsulates the rendering of a JavaServer Faces view, identified by a specified view identifier.

Methods in org.apache.shale.dialog.basic.model that return State
 State Dialog.findState(String id)
          Return the specified State, owned by this Dialog, if any.

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