public static enum class: Dialog.ModalityType
Modal dialogs block all input to some top-level windows.
Whether a particular window is blocked depends on dialog's type
of modality; this is called the "scope of blocking". The
enum specifies modal types and their
|public static ModalityType ||MODELESS |
MODELESS dialog doesn't block any top-level windows.
|public static ModalityType ||DOCUMENT_MODAL ||A |
DOCUMENT_MODAL dialog blocks input to all top-level windows
from the same document except those from its own child hierarchy.
A document is a top-level window without an owner. It may contain child
windows that, together with the top-level window are treated as a single
solid document. Since every top-level window must belong to some
document, its root can be found as the top-nearest window without an owner.
|public static ModalityType ||APPLICATION_MODAL ||An |
APPLICATION_MODAL dialog blocks all top-level windows
from the same Java application except those from its own child hierarchy.
If there are several applets launched in a browser, they can be
treated either as separate applications or a single one. This behavior
|public static ModalityType ||TOOLKIT_MODAL ||A |
TOOLKIT_MODAL dialog blocks all top-level windows run
from the same toolkit except those from its own child hierarchy. If there
are several applets launched in a browser, all of them run with the same
toolkit; thus, a toolkit-modal dialog displayed by an applet may affect
other applets and all windows of the browser instance which embeds the
Java runtime environment for this toolkit.
AWTPermission "toolkitModality" must be granted to use
toolkit-modal dialogs. If a
TOOLKIT_MODAL dialog is being created
and this permission is not granted, a
SecurityException will be
thrown, and no dialog will be created. If a modality type is being changed
TOOLKIT_MODAL and this permission is not granted, a
SecurityException will be thrown, and the modality type will
be left unchanged.