Oracle Coherence for C++ API


ValueExtractor Class Reference

#include <coherence/util/ValueExtractor.hpp>

Inherits Object.

Inherited by AbstractExtractor [virtual], IndexAwareExtractor [virtual], and NullImplementation::NullValueExtractor [virtual].

List of all members.

Detailed Description

ValueExtractor is used to both extract values (for example, for sorting or filtering) from an object, and to provide an identity for that extraction.

Important Note: all classes that implement the ValueExtractor interface must explicitly implement the Object::hashCode() and Object::equals methods in a way that is based solely on the object's serializable state.

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Public Types

typedef spec::Handle Handle
 ValueExtractor Handle definition.
typedef spec::View View
 ValueExtractor View definition.
typedef spec::Holder Holder
 ValueExtractor Holder definition.

Public Member Functions

virtual Object::Holder extract (Object::Holder ohTarget) const =0
 Extract the value from the passed object.

Member Function Documentation

virtual Object::Holder extract ( Object::Holder  ohTarget  )  const [pure virtual]

Extract the value from the passed object.

The returned value may be NULL.

ohTarget an Object to retrieve the value from
the extracted value; NULL is an acceptable value
ClassCastException if this ValueExtractor is incompatible with the passed object to extract a value from and the implementation requires the passed object to be of a certain type
Exception if this ValueExtractor encounters an exception in the course of extracting the value
IllegalArgumentException if this ValueExtractor cannot handle the passed object for any other reason; an implementor should include a descriptive message

Implemented in AbstractExtractor, ChainedExtractor, ComparisonValueExtractor, ConditionalExtractor, IdentityExtractor, KeyExtractor, MultiExtractor, ReflectionExtractor, TypedExtractor, and TypedExtractor< RH::ValueType::BoxedType, C, M, coherence::lang::BoxHandle< RH::ValueType >, OH >.

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