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TCtx Interface

Table 1-3 summarizes the methods available through the TCtx interface.

Table 1-3 Summary of TCtx Methods; Ctx Package

Function Summary

TCtx()

Class constructor.

getEncoding()

Get data encoding in use by XML context.

getErrHandler()

Get Error Handler provided by the user.

getMemAllocator()

Get memory allocator.

isSimple()

Get a flag that indicates if data encoding is simple.

isUnicode()

Get a flag indicating if data encoding is Unicode.

~TCtx()

Destructor - clears space and destroys the implementation.



TCtx()

TCtx constructor. It throws XmlException if it fails to create a context object.

Syntax Description
TCtx() throw (XMLException)
This constructor creates the context object and initializes it with default values of parameters.
TCtx(
   oratext* name,
   ErrorHandler* errh = NULL,
   MemAllocator* memalloc = NULL,
   encodings* encs = NULL)
throw (XMLException)
This constructor creates the context object and initializes it with parameter values provided by the user.
TCtx(
   oratext* name,
   up4 inpblksize,
   ErrorIfs* errh = NULL,
   MemAllocator* memalloc = NULL,
   encodings* encs = NULL)
throw (XMLException)
This constructor creates the context object and initializes it with parameter values provided by the user. Takes an additional parameter for memory block size from input source.

Parameter Description
name
user defined name of the context
errh
user defined error handler
memalloc
user defined memory allocator
encs
user specified encodings
inpblksize
memory block size for input source

Returns

(TCtx) Context object


getEncoding()

Returns data encoding in use by XML context. Ordinarily, the data encoding is chosen by the user, so this function is not needed. However, if the data encoding is not specified, and allowed to default, this function can be used to return the name of that default encoding.

Syntax

oratext* getEncoding() const;

Returns

(oratext *) name of data encoding


getErrHandler()

This member functions returns Error Handler provided by the user when the context was created, or NULL if none were provided.

Syntax

ErrorHandler* getErrHandler() const;

Returns

(ErrorHandler *) Pointer to the Error Handler object, or NULL


getMemAllocator()

This member function returns memory allocator provided by the user when the context was created, or default memory allocator. It is important that this memory allocator is used for all C level memory allocations

Syntax

MemAllocator* getMemAllocator() const;

Returns

(MemAllocator*) Pointer to the memory allocator object


isSimple()

Returns a flag saying whether the context's data encoding is "simple", single-byte for each character, like ASCII or EBCDIC.

Syntax

boolean isSimple() const;

Returns

(boolean) TRUE of data encoding is "simple", FALSE otherwise


isUnicode()

Returns a flag saying whether the context's data encoding is Unicode, UTF-16, with two-byte for each character.

Syntax

boolean isUnicode() const;

Returns

(boolean) TRUE if data encoding is Unicode, FALSE otherwise


~TCtx()

Destructor - should be called by the user the context object is no longer needed

Syntax

~Tctx();