Extension to tool to introduce Servlet API specific tool activity.
Extension API for ToolManager that introduces Servlet API specific activity.
Allows a class type to be broken down for caching or export and then later rebuilt into an equivalent object in memory.
This supports the special case where session data rebuild cannot happen immediately for some reason and has to be deferred.
ContextSession models an end user's HttpSession for a context (as in ServletContext).
NonPortableSession stores a users session data that can not be 'shared' in a Terracotta (or similar) cluster.
Tool Placement models a particular tool places in a particular place within a Sakai navigation or portal location.
RebuildBreakdownService is responsible for converting the contents of a session to a serialized format or rebuilding a Session from the serialized format.
Session models an end user's Sakai-wide usage session, modeled on the HttpSession of the Servlet API.
Events of this type are either sent to an object that implements
Causes an object to be notified when it is bound to or unbound from a session.
SessionManager keeps track of Sakai-wide and Tool placement specific user sessions, modeled on the HttpSession of the Servlet API.
SessionStore it a mix-in interface for use most commonly with SessionManager.
Tool models a Sakai user interface producing tool.
ToolManager holds registration of Tools available in this Sakai installation.
ToolSession models an end user's Tool placement specific usage session.
A ToolURL is used to create a URL and encode it appropriate to the context and placement of the tool.
The ToolURLManager interface allows creation of ToolURL that reference the portlet itself.
Holds the data which results from a Breakdown of object data.
typesafe enumeration for access security.
BreakdownableSize is additional information about how the class should be serialized
Exception to indicate that we shouldn't allow new sessions to be created as the node is closing.
ToolException is the ServletException that Sakai Tools throw (or use to wrap) when they run into throw-up-my-hands trouble.
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