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43  * $Id: Service.java 1912 2005-06-16 22:29:56Z jlaskowski $
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45 package org.openejb.alt.config;
46 /**
47  * This interface must be implemented by the following
48  * castor generated classes:
49  *
50  * ConnectionManager
51  * Connector
52  * Container
53  * JndiProvider
54  * ProxyFactory
55  * Resource
56  * SecurityService
57  * TransactionService
58  *
59  *
60  * Each of these classes have the methods of this
61  * interface, but Castor does not generate them
62  * as sharing a common interface. Those generated
63  * classes must be edited to implement this interface
64  * so that building them is a lot easier and the code
65  * involved can be reused.
66  *
67  * @author <a HREF="mailto:david.blevins@visi.com">David Blevins</a>
68  */

69 public interface Service {
70     public java.lang.String JavaDoc getContent();
71     public java.lang.String JavaDoc getId();
72     public java.lang.String JavaDoc getJar();
73     public java.lang.String JavaDoc getProvider();
74     public void setContent(java.lang.String JavaDoc content);
75     public void setId(java.lang.String JavaDoc id);
76     public void setJar(java.lang.String JavaDoc jar);
77     public void setProvider(java.lang.String JavaDoc provider);
78     public void validate() throws org.exolab.castor.xml.ValidationException;}
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