Enum SimpleMapIndex.IndexCalculator.CalculatorState

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Serializable, Comparable<SimpleMapIndex.IndexCalculator.CalculatorState>
    Enclosing class:

    public static enum SimpleMapIndex.IndexCalculator.CalculatorState
    extends Enum<SimpleMapIndex.IndexCalculator.CalculatorState>
    The CalculatorState identifies the method used by the calculator to calculate the cost of a key or a value type. There are four states:
    • UNINITIALIZED - The calculator has not yet been initialized;
    • UNKNOWN - The calculator is unable to determine the exact size for this type. It will either use a pluggable calculator or an approximation based on the serialized size. The SimpleMapIndex.IndexCalculator.DEFAULT_SIZE will be used as a fallback;
    • FIXED - instances of the key or value will always be of the same size (e.g. int, short, double).
    • STANDARD - instances of the key or value type need to be calculated by the unit calculator (e.g. Binary, String).
    • CONFIGURED - The configured calculator on the cache where the index is defined will be used to calculate the size.