public abstract class TupleSerialKeyCreator<D> extends TupleBase implements SecondaryKeyCreator, ForeignKeyNullifier
TupleOutputobjects. The following abstract method must be implemented by a concrete subclass to create the index key using these objects
specified when opening the secondary database, the following method must be
overridden to nullify the foreign index key. If NULLIFY was not specified,
this method need not be overridden.
|Constructor and Description|
Creates a tuple-serial key creator.
Creates a tuple-serial key creator.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Creates a secondary key entry, given a primary key and data entry.
Creates the index key entry from primary key tuple entry and deserialized data entry.
Clears the index key in the deserialized data entry.
Sets the foreign key reference to null in the datum of the primary database.
entryToInput, getTupleBufferSize, getTupleOutput, inputToEntry, newOutput, newOutput, outputToEntry, setTupleBufferSize
public TupleSerialKeyCreator(ClassCatalog classCatalog, Class<D> dataClass)
classCatalog- is the catalog to hold shared class information and for a database should be a
dataClass- is the data base class.
public boolean createSecondaryKey(SecondaryDatabase db, DatabaseEntry primaryKeyEntry, DatabaseEntry dataEntry, DatabaseEntry indexKeyEntry)
A secondary key may be derived from the primary key, primary data, or a combination of the primary key and data. For secondary keys that are optional, the key creator method may return false and the key/data pair will not be indexed. To ensure the integrity of a secondary database the key creator method must always return the same result for a given set of input parameters.
RuntimeException may be thrown by this method if an error
occurs attempting to create the secondary key. This exception will be
thrown by the API method currently in progress, for example, a
put method. However, this will cause the write operation
to be incomplete. When databases are not configured to be
transactional, caution should be used to avoid integrity problems. See
Special considerations for
using Secondary Databases with and without Transactions.
db- the database to which the secondary key will be added. This parameter is passed for informational purposes but is not commonly used. This parameter is always non-null.
primaryKeyEntry- the primary key entry. This parameter must not be modified by this method. This parameter is always non-null.
dataEntry- the primary data entry. This parameter must not be modified by this method. If
SecondaryConfig#setExtractFromPrimaryKeyOnlyis configured as
dataparam may be either null or non-null, and the implementation is expected to ignore it; otherwise, this parameter is always non-null.
indexKeyEntry- the secondary key created by this method. This parameter is always non-null.
public boolean nullifyForeignKey(SecondaryDatabase db, DatabaseEntry dataEntry)
db- the database in which the foreign key integrity constraint is defined. This parameter is passed for informational purposes but is not commonly used.
dataEntry- the existing primary datum in which the foreign key reference should be set to null. This parameter should be updated by this method if it returns true.
public abstract boolean createSecondaryKey(TupleInput primaryKeyInput, D dataInput, TupleOutput indexKeyOutput)
primaryKeyInput- is the
TupleInputfor the primary key entry, or null if no primary key entry is used to construct the index key.
dataInput- is the deserialized data entry, or null if no data entry is used to construct the index key.
indexKeyOutput- is the destination index key tuple. For index keys which are optionally present, no tuple entry should be output to indicate that the key is not present or null.
On entry the data parameter contains the index key to be cleared. It
should be changed by this method such that
createSecondaryKey(com.sleepycat.je.SecondaryDatabase, com.sleepycat.je.DatabaseEntry, com.sleepycat.je.DatabaseEntry, com.sleepycat.je.DatabaseEntry)
will return false. Other fields in the data object should remain
data- is the source and destination deserialized data entry.
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