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public class: MimeHeaders [javadoc | source]
java.lang.Object
   javax.xml.soap.MimeHeaders
A container for MimeHeader objects, which represent the MIME headers present in a MIME part of a message.

This class is used primarily when an application wants to retrieve specific attachments based on certain MIME headers and values. This class will most likely be used by implementations of AttachmentPart and other MIME dependent parts of the SAAJ API.

Nested Class Summary:
class  MimeHeaders.MatchingIterator   
Constructor:
 public MimeHeaders() 
Method from javax.xml.soap.MimeHeaders Summary:
addHeader,   getAllHeaders,   getHeader,   getMatchingHeaders,   getNonMatchingHeaders,   removeAllHeaders,   removeHeader,   setHeader
Methods from java.lang.Object:
clone,   equals,   finalize,   getClass,   hashCode,   notify,   notifyAll,   toString,   wait,   wait,   wait
Method from javax.xml.soap.MimeHeaders Detail:
 public  void addHeader(String name,
    String value) 
    Adds a MimeHeader object with the specified name and value to this MimeHeaders object's list of headers.

    Note that RFC822 headers can contain only US-ASCII characters.

 public Iterator getAllHeaders() 
    Returns all the MimeHeaders in this MimeHeaders object.
 public String[] getHeader(String name) 
    Returns all of the values for the specified header as an array of String objects.
 public Iterator getMatchingHeaders(String[] names) 
    Returns all the MimeHeader objects whose name matches a name in the given array of names.
 public Iterator getNonMatchingHeaders(String[] names) 
    Returns all of the MimeHeader objects whose name does not match a name in the given array of names.
 public  void removeAllHeaders() 
    Removes all the header entries from this MimeHeaders object.
 public  void removeHeader(String name) 
    Remove all MimeHeader objects whose name matches the given name.
 public  void setHeader(String name,
    String value) 
    Replaces the current value of the first header entry whose name matches the given name with the given value, adding a new header if no existing header name matches. This method also removes all matching headers after the first one.

    Note that RFC822 headers can contain only US-ASCII characters.