This enumeration contains the many ways which applications can be
failed to be installed.
- ManagerFactory: This
class provides static methods for obtaining the application suite and
- SWMPermission: This is a
permission which is used and checked in the security manager to verify
that the specified permissions are available before the application
and task manager are used.
- Suite: This represents an
: This is a listener which is called when an application is currently
being installed, has finished installation, or failed to install.
This represents the stage of an installation.
- SuiteInstaller: This
class is created when a suite is to be installed.
- SuiteListener: This
interface is called when a suite has been installed, is being
installed, or has been removed.
: This is thrown when a suite cannot be removed, either because it is
not permitted or it is currently in use.
: This is used to track the the progress of a suite that is currently
- SuiteManager: This
interface is used to manage querying, installation, and removal of
- SuiteState: This represents
the state that a suite is in.
- SuiteStateFlag: This
represents a flag which may be associated with a suite.
- SuiteType: The type that a
- Task: This describes a task which
is currently running on the system.
- TaskListener: This is
called when a task has changed status.
- TaskManager: This is an
interface which is used to manage tasks.
- TaskPriority: This
represents the priority of a task.
- TaskStatus: This represents
the status of a task.
: This class provides a stream of a JAR file through a byte array.
: This interface is used for providing the ability to launch tasks.
This is used to obtain an input stream which contains JAR file data
which would then be passed through the JIT for recompilation.