Packageqnx.events
Classpublic class NetworkErrorEvent
InheritanceNetworkErrorEvent Inheritance flash.events.ErrorEvent

A QNXStageWebView dispatches a NetworkErrorEvent object when an error loading a page from the server has failed. This is the same as the error posted when a StageWebView has an error, except that the URL of the error is returned in addition to the standard properties.

There is only one type of NetworkErrorEvent:

See also

QNXStageWebView


Public Properties
 PropertyDefined By
  url : String
The URL of the file that caused the error.
NetworkErrorEvent
Public Methods
 MethodDefined By
  
NetworkErrorEvent(type:String, bubbles:Boolean = false, cancelable:Boolean = false, text:String, id:int = 0, url:String)
Creates a NetworkErrorEvent instance.
NetworkErrorEvent
  
clone():Event
[override] Duplicates an instance of an Event subclass.
NetworkErrorEvent
  
toString():String
[override] Returns a string that contains all the properties of the NetworkErrorEvent object.
NetworkErrorEvent
Property Detail
urlproperty
url:String

The URL of the file that caused the error.


Implementation
    public function get url():String
    public function set url(value:String):void
Constructor Detail
NetworkErrorEvent()Constructor
public function NetworkErrorEvent(type:String, bubbles:Boolean = false, cancelable:Boolean = false, text:String, id:int = 0, url:String)

Creates a NetworkErrorEvent instance.

Parameters
type:String
 
bubbles:Boolean (default = false)
 
cancelable:Boolean (default = false)
 
text:String
 
id:int (default = 0)
 
url:String
Method Detail
clone()method
override public function clone():Event

Duplicates an instance of an Event subclass.

Returns a new Event object that is a copy of the original instance of the Event object. You do not normally call clone(); the EventDispatcher class calls it automatically when you redispatch an event—that is, when you call dispatchEvent(event) from a handler that is handling event.

The new Event object includes all the properties of the original.

When creating your own custom Event class, you must override the inherited Event.clone() method in order for it to duplicate the properties of your custom class. If you do not set all the properties that you add in your event subclass, those properties will not have the correct values when listeners handle the redispatched event.

Returns
Event
toString()method 
override public function toString():String

Returns a string that contains all the properties of the NetworkErrorEvent object. The string is in the following format:

[NetworkErrorEvent type=value bubbles=value cancelable=value eventPhase=value text=value id=value url=value

Returns
String