Uses of Interface

Packages that use ApplicationEventPublisher
org.springframework.context This package builds on the beans package to add support for message sources and for the Observer design pattern, and the ability for application objects to obtain resources using a consistent API.  
org.springframework.context.event Support classes for application events, like standard context events. Classes supporting the org.springframework.context package, such as abstract base classes for ApplicationContext implementations and a MessageSource implementation. 
org.springframework.web.context Contains the application context subinterface for web applications, and the ContextLoaderListener that bootstraps the root web application context. Classes supporting the org.springframework.web.context package, such as WebApplicationContext implementations, and a utility class for retrieval of the root application context etc. 

Uses of ApplicationEventPublisher in org.springframework.context

Subinterfaces of ApplicationEventPublisher in org.springframework.context
 interface ApplicationContext
          Central interface to provide configuration for an application.
 interface ConfigurableApplicationContext
          SPI interface to be implemented by most if not all application contexts.

Methods in org.springframework.context with parameters of type ApplicationEventPublisher
 void ApplicationEventPublisherAware.setApplicationEventPublisher(ApplicationEventPublisher applicationEventPublisher)
          Set the ApplicationEventPublisher that this object runs in.

Uses of ApplicationEventPublisher in org.springframework.context.event

Methods in org.springframework.context.event with parameters of type ApplicationEventPublisher
 void EventPublicationInterceptor.setApplicationEventPublisher(ApplicationEventPublisher applicationEventPublisher)

Uses of ApplicationEventPublisher in

Classes in that implement ApplicationEventPublisher
 class AbstractApplicationContext
          Abstract implementation of the ApplicationContext interface.
 class AbstractRefreshableApplicationContext
          Base class for ApplicationContext implementations that are supposed to support multiple refreshs, creating a new internal bean factory instance every time.
 class AbstractXmlApplicationContext
          Convenient abstract superclass for ApplicationContext implementations, drawing configuration from XML documents containing bean definitions understood by an XmlBeanDefinitionReader.
 class ClassPathXmlApplicationContext
          Standalone XML application context, taking the context definition files from the class path.
 class FileSystemXmlApplicationContext
          Standalone XML application context, taking the context definition files from the file system or from URLs.
 class GenericApplicationContext
          Generic ApplicationContext implementation that holds a single internal DefaultListableBeanFactory instance and does not assume a specific bean definition format.
 class StaticApplicationContext
          ApplicationContext that allows concrete registration of beans and messages in code, rather than from external configuration sources.

Uses of ApplicationEventPublisher in org.springframework.web.context

Subinterfaces of ApplicationEventPublisher in org.springframework.web.context
 interface ConfigurableWebApplicationContext
          Interface to be implemented by configurable web application contexts.
 interface WebApplicationContext
          Interface to provide configuration for a web application.

Uses of ApplicationEventPublisher in

Classes in that implement ApplicationEventPublisher
 class AbstractRefreshableWebApplicationContext
          AbstractRefreshableApplicationContext subclass that implements the ConfigurableWebApplicationContext interface for web environments.
 class StaticWebApplicationContext
          Static WebApplicationContext implementation for testing.
 class XmlWebApplicationContext
          WebApplicationContext implementation that takes configuration from an XML document, understood by an XmlBeanDefinitionReader.

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