org.sakaiproject.tool.gradebook.ui
Class AddAssignmentBean

java.lang.Object
  extended byorg.sakaiproject.tool.gradebook.ui.InitializableBean
      extended byorg.sakaiproject.tool.gradebook.ui.GradebookDependentBean
          extended byorg.sakaiproject.tool.gradebook.ui.AddAssignmentBean
All Implemented Interfaces:
PhaseAware, Serializable

public class AddAssignmentBean
extends GradebookDependentBean
implements Serializable

See Also:
Serialized Form

Constructor Summary
AddAssignmentBean()
           
 
Method Summary
 Assignment getAssignment()
           
protected  void init()
          JSF doesn't provide a way to configure an initialization method which will be called after the contructor and all framework setters.
 String saveNewAssignment()
           
 
Methods inherited from class org.sakaiproject.tool.gradebook.ui.GradebookDependentBean
findMatchingEnrollments, getAuthnService, getAvailableEnrollments, getAvailableSections, getGradebookBean, getGradebookManager, getGradeManager, getLocalizedString, getLocalizedString, getPageName, getPreferencesBean, getSectionAwareness, getSectionEnrollments, getUserDirectoryService, getUserUid, isUserAbleToEditAssessments, isUserAbleToGradeAll, isUserAbleToGradeSection, setGradebookBean, setPageName, setPreferencesBean
 
Methods inherited from class org.sakaiproject.tool.gradebook.ui.InitializableBean
endProcessUpdates, endProcessValidators, isNotValidated, setConfigured, setNotValidated, startRenderResponse
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

AddAssignmentBean

public AddAssignmentBean()
Method Detail

init

protected void init()
Description copied from class: InitializableBean
JSF doesn't provide a way to configure an initialization method which will be called after the contructor and all framework setters. By convention, our backing beans use this method. It's triggered either by a Faces configuration file setting "configured" to true, or by a JSF component directly calling "startRenderResponse". For greater subclassing flexibility, the init method is not declared to be abstract.

Overrides:
init in class InitializableBean

saveNewAssignment

public String saveNewAssignment()

getAssignment

public Assignment getAssignment()