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    nsIDOMStorageEventObsolete

    Obsolete since Gecko 2.0 (Firefox 4 / Thunderbird 3.3 / SeaMonkey 2.1)
    This feature is obsolete. Although it may still work in some browsers, its use is discouraged since it could be removed at any time. Try to avoid using it.

    This interface represents an event that occurs to notify interested parties about changes to the contents of a DOM storage space; it is used for both session storage and local storage.
    1.0
    28
    Introduced
    Gecko 1.8
    Obsolete
    Gecko 2.0
    Inherits from: nsIDOMEvent Last changed in Gecko 1.8 (Firefox 1.5 / Thunderbird 1.5 / SeaMonkey 1.0)

    When a DOM storage event is received, the recipient can check its domain attribute to determine which domain's data store has changed. If the value of the domain attribute is "#session", then the session storage has changed.

    Note: This interface describes the old, non-standard form of this event. You should use the nsIDOMStorageEvent interface instead.

    Method overview

    void initStorageEvent(in DOMString typeArg, in boolean canBubbleArg, in boolean cancelableArg, in DOMString keyArg, in DOMString oldValueArg, in DOMString newValueArg, in DOMString urlArg, in nsIDOMStorage storageAreaArg);

    Attributes

    Attribute Type Description
    domain DOMString The domain of the storage area which changed, or "#session" if the event represents a change to session storage. Read only.

    Methods

    initStorageEvent()

    Initializes a storage event.

    void initStorageEvent(
      in DOMString typeArg,
      in boolean canBubbleArg,
      in boolean cancelableArg,
      in DOMString domainArg
    );
    
    Parameters
    typeArg
    The type argument.
    canBubbleArg
    true if the event is allowed to bubble, otherwise false.
    cancelableArg
    true if the event can be canceled, otherwise false.
    domainArg
    The domain to which the event belongs, or "#session" if the event is associated with session storage.

    See also

    Document Tags and Contributors

    Contributors to this page: Sheppy, trevorh
    Last updated by: Sheppy,