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What is exactly the parameter in the Constructor "TransferHandler(String property)"?  RSS feed

 
Walter Wangzhichao
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,this is my first question on this website.
the JDK API said this construtor
"TransferHandler(String property)
Constructs a transfer handler that can transfer a Java Bean property from one component to another via the clipboard or a drag and drop operation."

but I still don't know which parameter “String property” is exactly can be used, so please tell how to find which parameter can use when in the same situation.
Thank you Very much~
 
Rob Camick
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You specify the property of a Bean to be transferred. For example is DnD is supported on a JLabel you could use "text" in which case the text of the label would be copied. Or you could use "icon" in which case the icon would be copied. I've never tested it but in theory you can copy any property that has get/set methods.
 
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...and welcome to the Ranch!
 
Walter Wangzhichao
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Rob Camick wrote:You specify the property of a Bean to be transferred. For example is DnD is supported on a JLabel you could use "text" in which case the text of the label would be copied. Or you could use "icon" in which case the icon would be copied. I've never tested it but in theory you can copy any property that has get/set methods.

Thank you for answering the question.
 
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