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:: com :: sun :: star :: uri ::
- Supported Interface
- creates URI references.
See RFC 2396 for a
description of URI references and related terms.
For parsing absolute URI references, this service tries to use a
scheme-specific parser. Such a scheme-specific parser will typically enforce
additional restrictions during parsing, and will typically return objects
that support extra, scheme-specific interfaces in addition to
XUriReference. If no such parser
is found, and for relative URI references, a generic parser is used, which
returns objects that only support
Locating a scheme-specific parser works as follows: A scheme consists of
Latin captial letters
Z”, Latin small
.”. A scheme s is transformed into
a string s′ character-by-character, by translating
Lating capital letters to their small counterparts, translating
+” to “
-” to “
.” to “
DOT”, and copying
Latin small letters and digits unchanged. If the component context used
while creating this
UriReferenceFactory instance offers a
service manager, and there is a service available at that service manager
whose name is the concatenation of
s′, then that service is used. It is an error if that
service does not support
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