Oracle Fusion Middleware Java API Reference for Oracle Extension SDK
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Class OracleNestedTableProperties

  extended by oracle.javatools.db.ora.OracleNestedTableProperties
All Implemented Interfaces:

public class OracleNestedTableProperties
extends java.lang.Object
implements Copyable

Field Summary
static java.lang.String TYPE
Constructor Summary
Method Summary
 java.lang.Object copyTo(java.lang.Object target)
          Copies the internal state of this object to the specified copy.
protected  void copyToImpl(OracleNestedTableProperties target)
 boolean equals(java.lang.Object target)
protected  boolean equalsImpl(OracleNestedTableProperties target)
 java.lang.String getReturnAs()
 java.lang.String getTableName()
 void setReturnAs(java.lang.String returnAs)
 void setTableName(java.lang.String tableName)
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait

Field Detail


public static final java.lang.String TYPE
See Also:
Constant Field Values
Constructor Detail


public OracleNestedTableProperties()
Method Detail


public java.lang.String getTableName()


public void setTableName(java.lang.String tableName)


public java.lang.String getReturnAs()


public void setReturnAs(java.lang.String returnAs)


public java.lang.Object copyTo(java.lang.Object target)
Description copied from interface: Copyable
Copies the internal state of this object to the specified copy. If copy is null, then this method should create a new instance of this class and proceed to copy the internal state to the newly created object. Generally, only the persistent state of the object should be copied, but whether or not it is appropriate to copy transient properties is at the discretion of the individual implementor.

Regardless of whether the copy occurs to an existing object or to a newly created object, the return value is object to which this object's state was copied.

There is a standard implementation pattern for the copyTo method that helps avoid problems that arise when a Copyable object is subclassed. The pattern is:

    public Object copyTo( Object target )
      final <this_class> copy =
        target != null ? (<this_class>) target : new <this_class>();
      copyToImpl( copy );
      return copy;

    protected final void copyToImpl( <this_class> copy )
      super.copyToImpl( copy );  //  if necessary
      //  put code here for copying the properties of <this_class>
The parameter passed into the copyToImpl method is the same type of this class. The responsibility of copyToImpl is to copy the state of this class through direct access of the fields. The copyToImpl method should not use getters and setters since these may be overridden, causing the state of this class to be incompletely copied.

Specified by:
copyTo in interface Copyable
target - The target object to which the state of this object should be copied. If target is null, then the copyTo method will return a new instance of this class.
The object to which the state of this object was copied. If the target was non-null, then the return value is the same as the target object that was passed in; otherwise, the return value is a new instance of this class.


public boolean equals(java.lang.Object target)
equals in class java.lang.Object


protected void copyToImpl(OracleNestedTableProperties target)


protected boolean equalsImpl(OracleNestedTableProperties target)

Oracle Fusion Middleware Java API Reference for Oracle Extension SDK
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