Class GProp<VALUE>

java.lang.Object
com.iizix.prop.GProp<VALUE>
Record Components:
VALUE - The property value extending Object.
All Implemented Interfaces:
EventListener, IGProp<VALUE>, Cloneable
Direct Known Subclasses:
AbstractReference, AnnotationsContainer, BadgeProp, BoolProp, ByteArrayProp, CharProp, CodeItemArrayProp, ColorProp, DateTimeProp, DeviceProp, DoubleProp, ErrorsProp, FillProp, FontProp, GradientProp, HostSessionProps, Int32Prop, IntProp, KStringProp, LongProp, MultiProp, PrivProp, PropCnr, RectProp, RemoteHostSessionProp, SizeProp, StringArrayProp, StringMapProp, StringProp, StringSetProp, StrokeProp, StylesReferences, TableCell, ThemesProp, TooltipProp, TypesContainer, UnitProp, ValueProp

public abstract class GProp<VALUE> extends Object implements IGProp<VALUE>, Cloneable, EventListener
The generic property class holds the property name, value and optionally has a parent and/or property listener(s).
Author:
Christopher Mindus
  • Field Details

    • GPDEBUG

      protected static final boolean GPDEBUG
      Debug mode.
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    • PROP_USER_1

      protected static final int PROP_USER_1
      Flag indicating property is a USER_1 and not written to XML.
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    • PROP_USER_2

      protected static final int PROP_USER_2
      Flag indicating property is a USER_2 and not written to XML.
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    • PROP_ATTR_STRING_READ_ONLY

      public static final String PROP_ATTR_STRING_READ_ONLY
      Property attribute: read-only.
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    • PROP_ATTR_STRING_PRIVATE

      public static final String PROP_ATTR_STRING_PRIVATE
      Property attribute: private.
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    • PROP_ATTR_STRING_NULLABLE

      public static final String PROP_ATTR_STRING_NULLABLE
      Property attribute: nullable.
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    • PROP_ATTR_STRING_EDITOR_PROP

      public static final String PROP_ATTR_STRING_EDITOR_PROP
      Property attribute: Editor property.
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    • PROP_ATTR_STRING_PRIVATE_CHANGE_EVENT

      public static final String PROP_ATTR_STRING_PRIVATE_CHANGE_EVENT
      Property attribute: private change event.
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    • PROP_ATTR_STRING_EXTENDS

      public static final String PROP_ATTR_STRING_EXTENDS
      Property attribute: extends.
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    • PROP_ATTR_STRING_EXTENDS_PRIVATE

      public static final String PROP_ATTR_STRING_EXTENDS_PRIVATE
      Property attribute: extends private.
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    • PROP_ATTR_STRING_EXTENDS_FINAL

      public static final String PROP_ATTR_STRING_EXTENDS_FINAL
      Property attribute: extends private.
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    • PROP_ATTR_STRING_ERRORED_NAME

      public static final String PROP_ATTR_STRING_ERRORED_NAME
      Property attribute: errored property name, event value = String or null.
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  • Constructor Details

    • GProp

      protected GProp()
      Creates a generic property. This constructor should only be used by the PropertyManager, but as the call is dynamically processed, an empty constructor is easiest to handle.

      Once the property is created, the initialize(String name) method should be called.

    • GProp

      protected GProp(Atom propertyAtom)
      Creates a generic property with the specified name with a null value. The initialize method must then be called.
      Parameters:
      propertyAtom - the property atom.
  • Method Details

    • dispose

      public final void dispose()
      Disposes of the property, but doesn't remove it from a parent. Calling the method more than once will result in a no-operation.

      All children of this property, if any, will also be disposed of.

      This method calls the onPropDispose() method.

      Specified by:
      dispose in interface IGProp<VALUE>
    • isDisposed

      public final boolean isDisposed()
      Checks if the property is disposed.
      Specified by:
      isDisposed in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if property is disposed of, false otherwise.
    • finalize

      protected void finalize() throws Throwable
      Called by the garbage collector on an object when garbage collection determines that there are no more references to the object.

      When called, the property is disposed of.

      Overrides:
      finalize in class Object
      Throws:
      Throwable - For finalizer errors.
    • post

      public void post(Runnable runnable)
      Post a runnable for invocation at a later stage by the worker thread (or SWT thread for the Designer).
      Parameters:
      runnable - The runnable.
    • post

      public void post(Worker worker, Runnable runnable)
      Post a runnable for invocation at a later stage by the worker thread (or SWT thread for the Designer if the worker parameter is null).

      In the server, this call MUST be done from a virtualized property if the worker is null. The worker used is the application session worker.

      Parameters:
      worker - The worker to use, null for default.
      runnable - The runnable.
    • getAppWorker

      public Worker getAppWorker()
      Gets the application session worker.

      Do not abuse of this method (save the reference to the worker) as it requires a little look-up work to get the application session gyro.

      Returns:
      The application session worker, or null if the AppSessionGyro is not found (e.g. called from Designer or not a virtualized property).
      Throws:
      IllegalStateException - If called in the server and the AppSessionGyro cannot be retrieved AND the property is virtualized.
    • getClientWorker

      public Worker getClientWorker()
      Gets the client session worker.

      Do not abuse of this method (save the reference to the worker) as it requires a little look-up work to get the client session gyro.

      Returns:
      The client session worker, or null if the ClientSessionGyro is not found (e.g. called from Designer or not a virtualized property).
      Throws:
      IllegalStateException - If called in the server and the ClientSessionGyro cannot be retrieved AND the property is virtualized.
    • getListeners

      public EventListener[] getListeners()
      Gets the listeners.
      Returns:
      A new array of event listeners, never null.
    • getTreeLock

      public final Object getTreeLock()
      Gets the tree-lock object used when locking the property tree when structural changes are made or when creating/reading transactions that could potentially cause a structural change. Code synchronized on a single property should not synchronize on the tree, it must synchronize on the tree first, then the property itself.
      Specified by:
      getTreeLock in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      The tree lock object, perhaps asking the parent for it until the root is found. This call is quite expensive in terms of CPU and should be avoided if possible.
    • isPropClientCreated

      public final boolean isPropClientCreated()
      Checks if this property is created on the client or not.
      Specified by:
      isPropClientCreated in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true for the client, false for server or editor.
    • onPropInvalidateCache

      protected void onPropInvalidateCache()
      Invalidates a potential cache in this property. This method is called during a synchronized state of the property. Subclasses override this method to provide a robust caching mechanism.
    • resolveRuntimeReferences

      public void resolveRuntimeReferences(IRuntimeResolver resolver)
      Called before transactions are prepared for sending. This method allows creation of e.g. runtime references such as Styles or Panel references that adds a virtual instance for the Client.

      This call is propagated in the entire client tree.

      Specified by:
      resolveRuntimeReferences in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      resolver - The reference resolver.
    • getValueClasses

      public abstract Class<?>[] getValueClasses()
      Gets the list of possible native Java classes that can be used to set a value using setPropertyValue, in order of importance. Note that loss of precision in data if e.g. an Float property accepts a Double. However, the setPropertyValue throws IllegalArgumentException if the range in invalid, e.g. conversion of a Integer to a Byte, and the value is not -127 to 128.
      Specified by:
      getValueClasses in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      The array of Java classes that can be accepted in the setPropertyValue method. The first type is the "native" or most preferred type. The array is at least one item in length and never null.
    • clone

      public GProp<?> clone() throws CloneNotSupportedException
      Creates a clone out of this property. The cloning is overridden by the super classes in order to handle cloning of its class variables appropriately.

      Cloning is used for "virtualization" of a property tree in the server. Client property classes will therefore throw CloneNotSupportedException.

      Once a tree has been cloned, the change-flag is reset, and the create-flag is set. All listeners are also removed! The new cloned property is an orphan, i.e. has no parent set.

      Note that the cloning process is done WITHOUT thread synchronization for performance reasons, thus no modifications should be done to the tree!

      Overrides:
      clone in class Object
      Throws:
      CloneNotSupportedException - If a subclass doesn't allow cloning, e.g. the client properties.
    • extendsClone

      public GProp<?> extendsClone() throws CloneNotSupportedException
      Creates a clone out of this property for the Extends Framework. It is basically the same method as clone, except that every property is marked as Extended (can be checked by isPropExtended()), and property container do not clone the Extends Private properties (that return true to isPropExtendsPrivate()).
      Returns:
      The cloned property according to the rules specified above.
      Throws:
      CloneNotSupportedException - In case of clone exception.
    • onPrepare

      protected void onPrepare(IAppOwner appOwner, IModuleOwner moduleOwner, boolean isPostCall, List<Throwable> errors) throws PropException
      Called when the application is being prepared. The order of onPrepare calls is always parent first, the children. The method is called twice, first time with isPostCall set to false, then a second time with true.
      Parameters:
      appOwner - The application owner.
      moduleOwner - The Module owner.
      isPostCall - Flag indicating this is a post-call.
      errors - A list of errors that occurred but did not cause an abort.
      Throws:
      PropException - For property errors during the application preparation to need to abort.
    • isPropVirtualizing

      protected boolean isPropVirtualizing()
      Checks if currently virtualizing during a clone operation.
      Returns:
      true during the virtualization process, false otherwise (also when virtualization has completed).
    • virtualize

      protected GProp<?> virtualize(IAppSessionGyro appGyro, IClientSessionGyro clientGyro, VirtualSpace virtualSpace, PropCnr virtualizedProp) throws CloneNotSupportedException, PropException
      Call this method to "virtualize" a property tree. This method is used at runtime in the Server for the application session of virtual instances of VirtualSpace, but also virtual instances of panels, for the individual client session. The VirtualSpace is virtualized once for the application session and is shared for parallel client sessions.

      This method is similar to cloning, but enables references that are already resolved to remain if they point to a shared instance, e.g. the VirtualSpace pointing to its participants in the application property container shared instance, or a panel with references to text IDs, assets, etc.

      It is up to the property class to handle this by overriding this method.

      Parameters:
      appGyro - The application gyro instance performing the virtualization.
      clientGyro - The client gyro session, can be null if not initialized from the client gyro.
      virtualSpace - The virtualized VirtualSpace.
      virtualizedProp - The property being virtualized.
      Returns:
      The virtualized property.
      Throws:
      CloneNotSupportedException - If a subclass doesn't allow cloning, e.g. the client properties.
      PropException - For property errors during the virtualization.
    • onVirtualized

      protected void onVirtualized(IAppSessionGyro appGyro, IClientSessionGyro clientGyro, VirtualSpace virtualSpace, PropCnr virtualizedProp, GProp<?> clonedProp) throws PropException
      Called when this property has been virtualized. Please note that this call is done with "this" instance being synchronized, so be careful about deadlocks.

      Override to perform required processing.

      Parameters:
      appGyro - The application gyro instance performing the virtualization.
      clientGyro - The client gyro session, can be null if not initialized from the client gyro.
      virtualSpace - The virtualized VirtualSpace.
      virtualizedProp - The property being virtualized.
      clonedProp - The property that is cloned to produce this virtualized property.
      Throws:
      PropException - For property errors during the virtualization.
    • onVirtualizationCompleted

      protected void onVirtualizationCompleted(IAppSessionGyro appGyro, IClientSessionGyro clientGyro, VirtualSpace virtualSpace, PropCnr virtualizedProp, boolean isPostResolve)
      Called when virtualization completed.

      This method is called to the entire tree of the newly virtualized property container.

      Parameters:
      appGyro - The application gyro instance performing the virtualization.
      clientGyro - The client gyro session, can be null if not initialized from the client gyro.
      virtualSpace - The virtualized VirtualSpace.
      virtualizedProp - The property being virtualized.
      isPostResolve - Flag indicating this call is done after references are attempted to be resolved.
    • getAppSessionGyro

      public IAppSessionGyro getAppSessionGyro()
      Returns the Application Session Gyro instance of this virtualized property.

      To get the IAppSessionGyro instance from the current thread use IAppSessionGyro.getSessionInstance(), or IAppSessionGyro.getSessionInstance(SessionInfo) to get it from the session information instance.

      Do not abuse of this method as it requires a little look-up work.

      Specified by:
      getAppSessionGyro in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      The Application Session Gyro if this instance is virtualized, null otherwise.
    • getClientSessionGyro

      public IClientSessionGyro getClientSessionGyro()
      Returns the Client Session Gyro instance of this virtualized property. This method only work for properties in a panel tree. Data connectors may sometimes also provide IClientSessionGyro support.

      To get the IClientSessionGyro instance from the current thread use IClientSessionGyro.getSessionInstance(), or IClientSessionGyro.getSessionInstance(SessionInfo) to get it from the session information instance.

      Do not abuse of this method as it requires a little look-up work.

      Specified by:
      getClientSessionGyro in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      The Client Session Gyro if this instance is virtualized and is in a UIPanelBase (panels) tree (or for certain data connectors), null otherwise.
    • renameProp

      public final boolean renameProp(Atom propertyAtom) throws PropException
      Renames this property. This is allowed if the property has no parent or the parent accepts the rename.
      Specified by:
      renameProp in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      propertyAtom - The new atom name.
      Returns:
      true if name has changed, false otherwise.
      Throws:
      PropException - If rename causes duplicate names in parent.
      NullPointerException - If propertyAtom is null.
    • renameProp2

      public final boolean renameProp2(Atom propertyAtom)
      Renames this property. This is allowed if the property has no parent or the parent accepts the rename.
      Parameters:
      propertyAtom - The new atom name.
      Returns:
      true if name has changed, false otherwise.
      Throws:
      InternalError - If rename causes duplicate names in parent.
      NullPointerException - If propertyAtom is null.
    • getPropAtom

      public final Atom getPropAtom()
      Gets the atom used for the name of this property.
      Specified by:
      getPropAtom in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      Atom, the property atom.
    • getPropName

      public final String getPropName()
      Gets the name of this property.
      Specified by:
      getPropName in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      String Name of the property, or null if no property atom is present.
    • getPropErroredName

      public String getPropErroredName()
      Gets the errored (atom) name input by the user.
      Returns:
      The errors (atom) name for the property, or null for no error.
    • setPropErroredName

      public boolean setPropErroredName(String name) throws PropTypeException
      Sets the errored name for this property. This causes a property name event.
      Parameters:
      name - The name, or null for no error.
      Returns:
      true for change, false indicating no change performed and no event fired.
      Throws:
      PropTypeException - If the property is read-only.
    • getModuleFolder

      public FolderURIPropCnr getModuleFolder(String folderName)
      Gets the property container of specified type from the properties root.
      Specified by:
      getModuleFolder in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      folderName - The folder name.
      Returns:
      The folder in the project, null if not found.
    • getModuleFolder

      public FolderURIPropCnr getModuleFolder(IPluginDescriptor<?> descriptor)
      Gets the property container of specified type from the properties root.
      Specified by:
      getModuleFolder in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      descriptor - The folder descriptor.
      Returns:
      The folder in the project, null if not found.
    • getRootName

      public String getRootName(GProp<?> requestor)
      Gets and checks if this container is the root. The name returned is in the Editor "module:" and in "" (empty string) when running in the Server.

      When running with assertions, this call throws an assertion error by default, showing that the call is directed to a non-root property container.

      Parameters:
      requestor - The requestor of the information.
      Returns:
      Name string if this is the root as "project:" for the Designer, and "" for the Server, null otherwise.
    • getProjectName

      public String getProjectName(GProp<?> requestor, String alias)
      Gets the project name from an alias, the alias does NOT begin with "*".
      Parameters:
      requestor - The requestor of the information.
      alias - The alias.
      Returns:
      The project name for the alias, or null if not found.
    • getAliasName

      public String getAliasName(GProp<?> requestor, String projectName)
      Gets an alias name for a project name, the alias does NOT begin with "*".
      Parameters:
      requestor - The requestor of the information.
      projectName - The project name (without ending ':').
      Returns:
      The alias name without leading '*' for the project name, or null if not found.
    • getRootFromName

      public PropCnr getRootFromName(GProp<?> requestor, String module)
      Gets the module root for a name. In the Editor, the module is the project, and that root container is returned. In the Server, the module doesn't matter, so the real root returns itself.

      When running with assertions, this call throws an assertion error by default, showing that the call is directed to a non-root property container.

      Parameters:
      requestor - The requestor of the information.
      module - The module name (without colon), i.e. the project name in the Designer.
      Returns:
      The root property container, or null if this container is not the root, or if the module name is not found. The default implementation returns null.
    • getFullPropName

      public String getFullPropName()
      Gets the full name of this property, i.e. concatenated with the parent names separated with slashes ("/"), and in the Designer including the project name. The difference with this method and getReferencePropName() is that instances of FilePropCnr are omitted in the path in getReferencePropName(), but not in this method.
      Specified by:
      getFullPropName in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      A full property path string as "/path/propName" in the Server, "project:/path/propName" in the Designer.
    • getFullPropName

      public String getFullPropName(GProp<?> requestor)
      Gets the full name of this property, i.e. concatenated with the parent names separated with slashes ("/"), and in the Designer including the project name. The difference with this method and getReferencePropName() is that instances of FilePropCnr are omitted in the path in getReferencePropName(), but not in this method.
      Parameters:
      requestor - The requestor.
      Returns:
      A full property path string as "/path/propName" in the Server, "project:/path/propName" in the Designer.
    • getFullPropNameDebug

      public String getFullPropNameDebug()
      Gets the full name of this property, i.e. concatenated with the parent names separated with slashes ("/"), and in the Designer including the project name. The difference with this method and getReferencePropName() is that instances of FilePropCnr are omitted in the path in getReferencePropName(), but not in this method.

      This method is equal to the getFullPropName() method, without checks for root parent. This method is typically used for debugging and trace output.

      Specified by:
      getFullPropNameDebug in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      A full property path string as "/path/propName" in the Server, "project:/path/propName" in the Designer.
    • getFullPropNameDebug

      public String getFullPropNameDebug(GProp<?> requestor)
      Gets the full name of this property, i.e. concatenated with the parent names separated with slashes ("/"), and in the Designer including the project name. The difference with this method and getReferencePropName() is that instances of FilePropCnr are omitted in the path in getReferencePropName(), but not in this method.

      This method is equal to the getFullPropName() method, without checks for root parent. This method is typically used for debugging and trace output.

      Parameters:
      requestor - The requestor.
      Returns:
      A full property path string as "/path/propName" in the Server, "project:/path/propName" in the Designer.
    • getRelativePropName

      public final String getRelativePropName(IPropCnr container)
      Gets the relative name of this property to a container.
      Specified by:
      getRelativePropName in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      container - The container to use as base name, null if root is required.
      Returns:
      The relative property name with a path to the container as "path/propName", empty string if no parent or container parameter is this property. null is returned if the container is not a parent of this property, i.e. if the root is found before the container.
    • isPropRoot

      public boolean isPropRoot()
      Checks if this is a root property container. It is overridden by the root property.
      Specified by:
      isPropRoot in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true for the root, false otherwise.
    • isPropRootLoading

      public boolean isPropRootLoading()
      Checks if the root property container is currently loading properties from Jar or files to avoid reference checking until the end.
      Returns:
      The loading flag, always false unless overridden by the real root property that handles loading.
    • getPropRootPropMgr

      public PropMgr getPropRootPropMgr()
      Gets the Property Manager used for communication for the root container. If this is not the root container, the parent function is called upwards in tree.
      Specified by:
      getPropRootPropMgr in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      The Property Manager, or null when not attached to a root.
    • isPropReferenceTreeValid

      public boolean isPropReferenceTreeValid()
      Verifies if the tree is valid for reference creation. This method is typically overridden in a root property that has a Property Manager owner that in turn is checked for a particular configuration (e.g. Client-related references such as LabelForReference that does not create references when communicating).
      Specified by:
      isPropReferenceTreeValid in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if the root property manager is found, false otherwise.
    • isPropFolder

      public boolean isPropFolder()
      Checks if this is a Folder property container. It is overridden by FolderPropCnr.
      Specified by:
      isPropFolder in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true for FolderPropCnr, false otherwise.
    • isPropFile

      public boolean isPropFile()
      Checks if this is a File property container. It is overridden by FilePropCnr.
      Specified by:
      isPropFile in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true for FilePropCnr, false otherwise.
    • mapAliasToReference

      public final String mapAliasToReference(String aliasReference)
      Maps an alias reference name to a reference name.

      Alias reference names have the format "*alias:/path/propName".

      This method is overridden by the root container in a project.

      Specified by:
      mapAliasToReference in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      aliasReference - The alias reference name.
      Returns:
      The default implementation is to return the same as the input aliasReference. If the aliasReference is not found, the same String as the input aliasReference is returned.
    • mapAliasToReference

      public String mapAliasToReference(GProp<?> requestor, String aliasReference)
      Maps an alias reference name to a reference name.

      Alias reference names have the format "*alias:/path/propName".

      This method is overridden by the root container in a project.

      Parameters:
      requestor - The requestor.
      aliasReference - The alias reference name.
      Returns:
      The default implementation is to return the same as the input aliasReference. If the aliasReference is not found, the same String as the input aliasReference is returned.
    • mapReferenceToAlias

      public final String mapReferenceToAlias(String referenceName)
      Maps a reference name to an alias name.

      Alias names have the format "*alias:/path/propName".

      This method is overridden by the root container in a project.

      Specified by:
      mapReferenceToAlias in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      referenceName - The reference name.
      Returns:
      The default implementation is to return the same as the input referenceName. If there is not alias for the project, the same String as the input referenceName is returned.
    • mapReferenceToAlias

      public String mapReferenceToAlias(GProp<?> requestor, String referenceName)
      Maps a reference name to an alias name.

      Alias names have the format "*alias:/path/propName".

      This method is overridden by the root container in a project.

      Parameters:
      requestor - The requestor.
      referenceName - The reference name.
      Returns:
      The default implementation is to return the same as the input referenceName. If there is not alias for the project, the same String as the input referenceName is returned.
    • mapReferenceToProjectRelative

      public final String mapReferenceToProjectRelative(String referenceName)
      Maps a reference name to project relative format, i.e. with a project name of "." instead of the project name (if it's the current project name).
      Specified by:
      mapReferenceToProjectRelative in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      referenceName - The reference name.
      Returns:
      A reference like ".:/path/propName" instead of "currentProject:/path/propName". If there is not alias for the project, the same String as the input referenceName is returned.
    • getReferencePropName

      public final String getReferencePropName()
      Gets the reference property name, overridden when used in the Designer to skip the file storage property, and by the root property.
      Specified by:
      getReferencePropName in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      A property reference string as "/path/propName" in the Server, "project:/path/propName" in the Designer.
    • getChildReferencePropName

      public String getChildReferencePropName(GProp<?> child)
      Gets the child's reference property name for this property.
      Parameters:
      child - The child requesting the name.
      Returns:
      The default is to return getReferencePropName()+'/'+child.getPropName().
    • getPropFromReference

      public GProp<?> getPropFromReference(String ref)
      Gets a property from a reference name. This can be called from any property in the property tree, and will direct the request to the root property.
      Specified by:
      getPropFromReference in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      ref - The reference string.
      Returns:
      The property with the reference in question, or null if not found.
    • getPropFromReference

      public GProp<?> getPropFromReference(GProp<?> requestor, String path)
      Internal function for getPropFromReference(ref).

      Gets a property from a reference name. This can be called from any property in the property tree, and will direct the request to the root property.

      Parameters:
      requestor - The requestor.
      path - The reference path.
      Returns:
      The property with the reference in question, or null if not found.
    • getPropReferenceTarget

      protected GProp<?> getPropReferenceTarget()
      Retargets the reference request as required. This is used e.g. by the File property container to retarget the request to the data container.
      Returns:
      By default, returns this, should never return null.
    • getPropFromPath

      public GProp<?> getPropFromPath(String path)
      Finds a property in the tree of the requested name from a path specification, i.e. a string divided by "/" for child properties, e.g. "component/host/flag" would perhaps find the grand child "flag" property in the child "host" property located in the "component" property.

      The "part" as ".." specifies the parent property, if any, otherwise null is returned.

      The path may start with "project:/path" (for the Designer) or "/path", in which case the path is taken from the root.

      The path may be relative or absolute, with or without a project specification.

      Specified by:
      getPropFromPath in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      path - the path name of the property to locate in the tree.
      Returns:
      GProp the property or null for uninitialized container or the property with specified name is not found.
    • getPropFromPath

      public final GProp<?> getPropFromPath(GProp<?> requestor, String path)
      Finds a property in the tree of the requested name from a path specification, i.e. a string divided by "/" for child properties, e.g. "component/host/flag" would perhaps find the grand child "flag" property in the child "host" property located in the "component" property.

      The "part" as ".." specifies the parent property, if any, otherwise null is returned.

      The path may start with "project:/path" (for the Designer) or "/path", in which case the path is taken from the root.

      The path may be relative or absolute, with or without a project specification.

      Parameters:
      requestor - The requestor.
      path - The path name of the property to locate in the tree.
      Returns:
      GProp the property or null for uninitialized container or the property with specified name is not found.
    • isPropChildOf

      public final boolean isPropChildOf(IPropCnr parent)

      Checks if this property is child of a parent property. The parent tree is searched.

      Specified by:
      isPropChildOf in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      parent - The parent to check.
      Returns:
      true if this property has
    • setParent

      public final void setParent(IPropCnr aParent)
      Sets the parent for this property. To remove the parent, set the parent to null.
      Specified by:
      setParent in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      aParent - The parent to set or null to clear the parent.
    • getParent

      public final PropCnr getParent()
      Gets the parent of this property.
      Specified by:
      getParent in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      PropCnr The parent or null for none.
    • getParent

      public final <PROPCNR extends PropCnr> PROPCNR getParent(Class<PROPCNR> clazz)
      Gets the parent of this property with the requested type.
      Specified by:
      getParent in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Type Parameters:
      PROPCNR - The property container class requested.
      Parameters:
      clazz - The type.
      Returns:
      The parent of specified type, null for no parent or parent not of specified type.
    • getRootParent

      public final PropCnr getRootParent()
      Gets the root container in the property tree.
      Specified by:
      getRootParent in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      PropCnr The root parent or null for none.
    • getRootParent

      protected PropCnr getRootParent(GProp<?> requestor)
      Gets the root container in the property tree.
      Parameters:
      requestor - The requestor.
      Returns:
      PropCnr The root parent or null for none.
    • isProxied

      public final boolean isProxied()
      Checks if a property is a child of a proxied property container. This is used e.g. in event dispatching if a remote event is received by GProp and should call onRemoteEvent or onEvent. The onRemoteEvent is NOT called when in a proxied property container.
      Returns:
      true if a child of a ProxyPropCnr, false otherwise.
    • getAtomPath

      public final Atom[] getAtomPath(PropCnr stopAt)
      Gets the atom path of this property.
      Specified by:
      getAtomPath in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      stopAt - Stop at this property container. If null the root is used.
      Returns:
      An array of Atom's, null if stopAt is not a grand-parent.
    • getPropPath

      public final PropCnr[] getPropPath(boolean includeThisPropCnr)
      Gets the parents to the root of this property.
      Specified by:
      getPropPath in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      includeThisPropCnr - If true and this property is an instance of PropCnr, it is added at the end of the array.
      Returns:
      The array of parents, first element being the root parent, last the direct parent.
    • getPropPath

      public final PropCnr[] getPropPath(boolean includeThisPropCnr, IPropCnr stop)
      Gets the parents to the input property or the root of this property.
      Specified by:
      getPropPath in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      includeThisPropCnr - If true and this property is an instance of PropCnr, it is added at the end of the array.
      stop - The property container to stop at (it will be included as the first element in the array).
      Returns:
      The array of parents, first element being the input property or root parent, last the direct parent.
    • getEnvironment

      public EnvProps getEnvironment()
      Gets the environment properties. The default is to delegate the request to the parent container.
      Specified by:
      getEnvironment in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      The EnvProps for the client/server environment or null if not found.
    • getPropIndex

      public final int getPropIndex()
      Gets the index of this property in the parent container.
      Specified by:
      getPropIndex in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      int, the index of this property in the parent container, -1 if no parent or not found.
    • onPropParentChanged

      protected void onPropParentChanged(PropCnr oldParent, PropCnr newParent)
      Called when the parent is changed for this class. The default implementation does nothing and must be overridden by subclasses.
      Parameters:
      oldParent - The old parent (or null if none).
      newParent - The new parent (or null if none).
    • moveProp

      public final boolean moveProp(PropCnr moveToContainer) throws PropException
      Moves this property container to another container, without changing the listeners. The event "PropMoveEvent" is fired. For a client connection, this results in two operations: one add and one remove event.

      This method is only intended for the designer, and the interface "com.iizigo.prop.IPropDesigner" must be implemented in both this container as well as the receiver.

      During the move, two "onPropParentChanged" calls are done to the property, first to set parent to null, then to the new parent.

      Note: This method is not thread-safe, but used in an "SWT-thread-safe'd" environment, in conjunction with Eclipse Data Structure Integrity within a project in a workspace, it is safe.

      Specified by:
      moveProp in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      moveToContainer - The container to move this container to.
      Returns:
      true for success, false for failure (e.g. property not found in the parent). true is returned even if there is no change in the move operation.
      Throws:
      PropException - If the destination container cannot receive this container due to duplicate name or that it is read-only. It is also thrown if this container has no parent or the parent is read-only.
    • moveProp

      public final boolean moveProp(PropCnr moveToContainer, Atom newName, Atom reference, boolean isAfter) throws PropException
      Moves this property container to another container, without changing the listeners. The event "PropMoveEvent" is fired. For a client connection, this results in two operations: one add and one remove event.

      This method is only intended for the designer, and the interface "com.iizigo.prop.IPropDesigner" must be implemented in both this container as well as the receiver.

      During the move, two "onPropParentChanged" calls are done to the property, first to set parent to null, then to the new parent.

      Note: This method is not thread-safe, but used in an "SWT-thread-safe'd" environment, in conjunction with Eclipse Data Structure Integrity within a project in a workspace, it is safe.

      Specified by:
      moveProp in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      moveToContainer - The container to move this container to.
      newName - The new name of the property, null for same.
      reference - The reference atom where to place the moved property (before or after), null indicates added last.
      isAfter - Flag to move the property after reference (if non-null), otherwise it's before.
      Returns:
      true for success, false for failure (e.g. property not found in the parent). true is returned even if there is no change in the move operation.
      Throws:
      PropException - If the destination container cannot receive this container due to duplicate name or that it is read-only. It is also thrown if this container has no parent or the parent is read-only.
    • moveProp

      public final boolean moveProp(PropCnr moveToContainer, Atom newName, int destinationIndex) throws PropException
      Moves this property container to another container, without changing the listeners. The event "PropMoveEvent" is fired. For a client connection, this results in two operations: one add and one remove event.

      This method is only intended for the designer, and the interface "com.iizigo.prop.IPropDesigner" must be implemented in both this container as well as the receiver.

      During the move, two "onPropParentChanged" calls are done to the property, first to set parent to null, then to the new parent.

      Note: This method is not thread-safe, but used in an "SWT-thread-safe'd" environment, in conjunction with Eclipse Data Structure Integrity within a project in a workspace, it is safe.

      Specified by:
      moveProp in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      moveToContainer - The container to move this container to.
      newName - The new name of the property, null for same.
      destinationIndex - The reference atom where to place the moved property (before or after), null indicates added last.
      Returns:
      true for success, false for failure (e.g. property not found in the parent). true is returned even if there is no change in the move operation.
      Throws:
      PropException - If the destination container cannot receive this container due to duplicate name or that it is read-only. It is also thrown if this container has no parent or the parent is read-only.
    • onPropDispose

      protected void onPropDispose()
      Called when a property is disposed of by delete/remove in a container, or by the dispose method.

      This call is done just at the end of the delete/remove routine in the container, without synchronization.

      During this call, whatever components that e.g. the client needs to disposed of is done.

      Subclasses needing to perform some intelligent operations upon deletion should do it by overloading this method and always call the super.onPropDispose() method.

    • setChanged

      public final void setChanged()
      Forces setting of the change flag. If the flag was cleared prior to this call, the setChanged will propagate to the topmost parent (if any).
      Specified by:
      setChanged in interface IGProp<VALUE>
    • hasChanged

      public final boolean hasChanged()
      Checks if the value has been changed since last time the other party was updated by a call to append or since last call to {link #resetChangedTree()}.
      Specified by:
      hasChanged in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if changed, false otherwise.
    • resetChangedTree

      protected final void resetChangedTree()
      Forces clearing of the change flag for this property and all its children. The property container overrides this method and calls resetChangedTree for all its children properties.
    • isPropPrivateAtCreation

      protected boolean isPropPrivateAtCreation()
      Called upon creation of the property to check it's private state. This is used by properties that are not distributed to the remote party.
      Returns:
      true if the property should be set to private at creation, false for default.
    • setPropPrivate

      public final boolean setPropPrivate(boolean on)
      Sets the flag indicating property is private.

      If property private flag is turned off and the property defines the property as private at creation, an error is logged and false is returned.

      Specified by:
      setPropPrivate in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      on - flag indicating if it's private or not.
      Returns:
      true for changed, false for no change.
    • setPrivateCreateRequiredProp

      protected final void setPrivateCreateRequiredProp()
      Sets the flag indicating property requires a "create transaction" when sent to the other party (server to client or vice versa). This method is not overridable and only sets the create property flag for this property, i.e. doesn't affect any children.
    • isPropPrivate

      public final boolean isPropPrivate()
      Checks if this property is private, i.e. is not sent to the remote party (server to client or vice versa).
      Specified by:
      isPropPrivate in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if the property is private, false otherwise.
    • isPropCommunicating

      public boolean isPropCommunicating()
      Checks if this property container is used with the communication framework.
      Specified by:
      isPropCommunicating in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if property is attached to a container that is communicating with a client, false otherwise.
    • setPropVolatile

      public final void setPropVolatile()
      Sets the flag indicating property is "volatile" and is not written to XML. Setting this flag does not cause an event to be fired.
    • isPropVolatile

      public final boolean isPropVolatile()
      Checks if this property is volatile, i.e. not written to XML.
      Returns:
      true if the property is volatile, false otherwise.
    • isPropVolatileOrEditorOnly

      protected boolean isPropVolatileOrEditorOnly()
      Checks if this property is volatile, i.e. not written to XML, or if it is for editor-only.
      Returns:
      true if the property is volatile or is used in the Editor only.
    • isPropVirtualized

      public final boolean isPropVirtualized()
      Checks if this property has been virtualized.
      Specified by:
      isPropVirtualized in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if the property is virtualized, false otherwise.
    • setPropUSER

      protected final void setPropUSER(long userValue)
      Sets the flag indicating property is "PROP_USER_*. Setting this flag does not cause an event to be fired.
      Parameters:
      userValue - The user value to add (bitwise).
    • removePropUSER

      protected final void removePropUSER(long userValue)
      Removes the flag indicating property is "PROP_USER_*. Setting this flag does not cause an event to be fired.
      Parameters:
      userValue - The user value to remove (bitwise).
    • isPropUSER

      protected final boolean isPropUSER(long userValue)
      Checks if this property is "PROP_USER_*.
      Parameters:
      userValue - The user value.
      Returns:
      true if the bit value is set, false otherwise.
    • setPropReadOnly

      public final boolean setPropReadOnly(boolean on)
      Sets the flag indicating property is read-only.
      Specified by:
      setPropReadOnly in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      on - flag indicating if it's read-only or not.
      Returns:
      true for changed, false for no change.
    • isPropReadOnly

      public final boolean isPropReadOnly()
      Checks if this property is read-only.
      Specified by:
      isPropReadOnly in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if read-only, false otherwise.
    • throwIfReadOnly

      protected final void throwIfReadOnly() throws PropTypeException
      Throw an error if the property is read-only.
      Throws:
      PropTypeException - if the property is read-only.
    • setPropNullable

      public final boolean setPropNullable(boolean on)
      Sets the flag indicating property is nullable with setPropValue.
      Specified by:
      setPropNullable in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      on - flag indicating if it's nullable or not.
      Returns:
      true for changed, false for no change.
    • isPropNullable

      public final boolean isPropNullable()
      Checks if this property is nullable.
      Specified by:
      isPropNullable in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if property is nullable, false otherwise.
    • setPropForEditor

      public final void setPropForEditor(boolean on)
      Sets the flag indicating property is the Editor only.
      Parameters:
      on - flag indicating if it's for the Editor only or not.
    • isPropForEditor

      public final boolean isPropForEditor()
      Checks if this property is for the Editor only and should e.g. not be used or loaded in the Server.
      Returns:
      Whether the property is intended to be used only by iiziGo Designer (Editor) or not.
    • getErrorsProp

      public ErrorsProp getErrorsProp()
      Gets the error property from the parent. If not found, the property up to the root is searched and if found, that error property is returned. Several property containers, such as UIComp, override this method and creates the error property in its own container, and that error property is returned.
      Specified by:
      getErrorsProp in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      The error property for this property or above in the property tree.
    • addPropError

      public final boolean addPropError(IPropErrorItem item)
      Adds an error input to the property.
      Specified by:
      addPropError in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      item - The error item.
      Returns:
      true for changed, false for no change.
    • getPropError

      public IPropErrorItem getPropError(String id)
      Gets the error input item with specified ID, for none specify empty string.
      Specified by:
      getPropError in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      id - The ID for the error, can be empty string (null means default empty string).
      Returns:
      The error item for the ID, or null for not found.
    • removePropError

      public final boolean removePropError(String id)
      Removes an error input from the property.
      Specified by:
      removePropError in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      id - The error ID, null for default (empty string).
      Returns:
      true for changed, false for no change or error ID not found.
    • getPropError

      public final PropError getPropError()
      Gets the property error instance.
      Specified by:
      getPropError in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      The error property instance null for no error.
    • setPropError

      public boolean setPropError(PropError error)
      Sets all or clears the errors for the property. If the error instance is non-null, a check if done if the error instance is empty, and if so, changed to null, causing it to have the same effect as to call setPropError(null).
      Specified by:
      setPropError in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      error - The error property or null to clear the errors.
      Returns:
      true for changed, false for no change.
    • hasPropError

      public final boolean hasPropError()
      Checks if this property has an error. If this property object has a registered errors, true is returned.
      Specified by:
      hasPropError in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if an error is registered for the property.
    • getPropErrorSeverity

      public final int getPropErrorSeverity()
      Gets the error severity of this property.
      Specified by:
      getPropErrorSeverity in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      -1 for none, otherwise IPropErrorItem.INFO=0, WARNING=1, ERROR=2.
    • hasPropTreeError

      public final boolean hasPropTreeError(boolean excludeExtends)
      Checks if any property in the tree below this property has an error.
      Specified by:
      hasPropTreeError in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      excludeExtends - Flag indicating the properties that originates from the Extends Framework should be excluded from the search.
      Returns:
      true if any error is present in any property or their values.
    • getPropTreeErrorSeverity

      public final int getPropTreeErrorSeverity(boolean excludeExtends)
      Gets the maximum error severity of this property or any property below.
      Specified by:
      getPropTreeErrorSeverity in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      excludeExtends - Flag indicating the properties that originates from the Extends Framework should be excluded from the search.
      Returns:
      -1 for none, otherwise IPropErrorItem.INFO=0, WARNING=1, ERROR=2.
    • getErroredProps

      public final void getErroredProps(ArrayList<GProp<?>> list, boolean excludeExtends)
      Retrieves the properties containing errors.
      Specified by:
      getErroredProps in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      list - The list that will be filled in with the errored properties.
      excludeExtends - Flag indicating the properties that originates from the Extends Framework should be excluded from the search.
    • getErroredPropItems

      public final void getErroredPropItems(ArrayList<PropErrorItemOrigin> list, boolean excludeExtends)
      Retrieves the list of error items for this property and its children (if this property is a container).
      Specified by:
      getErroredPropItems in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      list - The list that will be filled with error items.
      excludeExtends - Flag indicating the properties that originates from the Extends Framework should be excluded from the search.
    • setCreateRequiredProp

      protected boolean setCreateRequiredProp()
      Sets the flag indicating property requires a "create transaction" when sent to the other party (server to client or vice versa).

      The property container overrides this method by first calling super.setCreateRequiredProp() then setCreateRequiredProp to all its children.

      Returns:
      true for change, false for no change.
    • isPropCreateRequired

      public final boolean isPropCreateRequired()
      Checks if this property requires a "create transaction" when sent to the other party (server to client or vice versa).
      Specified by:
      isPropCreateRequired in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if the property needs creation for transactions, false otherwise.
    • setPrivateChangeEventProp

      public final boolean setPrivateChangeEventProp(boolean on)
      Sets the flag indicating this property uses a "private" change event, i.e. doesn't inform the parent when value changes.
      Specified by:
      setPrivateChangeEventProp in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      on - flag indicates this is set (true) or cleared (false).
      Returns:
      true for changed, false for no change.
    • hasPrivateChangeEventProp

      public final boolean hasPrivateChangeEventProp()
      Checks the flag indicating this property uses a "private" change event, i.e. doesn't inform the parent when value changes.
      Specified by:
      hasPrivateChangeEventProp in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if the change event is "private", false otherwise.
    • setConstraints

      public Object setConstraints(String constraints, Element element) throws PropException
      Sets the constraints for the property.

      This method must be overridden by subclasses in order to load the constraints properly if the constraints-string is not sufficient, i.e. that additional settings must be loaded from the XML Element.

      Specified by:
      setConstraints in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      constraints - The constraints string from the properties definition.
      element - The Element that loads the property class from the properties definition. Note that Element may be null if the constructor isn't called from the PropertyFactory.
      Returns:
      The constraints object for reuse by the PropertyFactory with a subsequent setConstraints(Object) call instead of to this method. This method always returns null and must be overridden by subclasses.
      Throws:
      PropException - For errors in the constraints definitions.
    • setConstraints

      public void setConstraints(Object constraints, String prevConstraints, Element prevElement) throws PropException
      Sets the constraints for the property previously returned from the same constraints call to setConstraints(String,Element) with the same String and Element as this instance would require.

      This method must be overridden by subclasses in order to load the constraints properly if the constraints-string is not sufficient, i.e. that additional settings must be loaded from the XML Element.

      Specified by:
      setConstraints in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      constraints - The constraints Object from the properties definition.
      prevConstraints - The previous constraints string from the properties definition.
      prevElement - The previous Element that loads the property class from the properties definition.
      Throws:
      PropException - For errors in the constraints definitions.
    • getConstraints

      public String getConstraints()
      Gets the constraints string for this property.

      This method must be overridden by subclasses in order to return something of interest, because this method by default returns null.

      Specified by:
      getConstraints in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      The constraints string used to in setConstraints to initiate the constraints for this property.
    • setPropValue

      public final boolean setPropValue(Object newValue) throws PropException
      Sets a new value for this property. If any listener is present and the value has changed compare to the last value, the listener is informed.
      Specified by:
      setPropValue in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      newValue - the new value.
      Returns:
      boolean true for value has changed, false for same value as current value.
      Throws:
      PropException - When the new value doesn't validate correctly.
      PropTypeException - If the property is read-only.
    • setPropValue

      public final boolean setPropValue(Object newValue, IGProp<?> trigger) throws PropException
      Sets a new value for this property. If any listener is present and the value has changed compare to the last value, the listener is informed.
      Specified by:
      setPropValue in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      newValue - The new value.
      trigger - The trigger property, or null for none.
      Returns:
      boolean true for value has changed, false for same value as current value.
      Throws:
      PropException - When the new value doesn't validate correctly.
      PropTypeException - If the property is read-only.
    • isPropValueTreeLockNeeded

      protected boolean isPropValueTreeLockNeeded()
      Checks if the tree needs to be locked when setting the property value.
      Returns:
      false by default.
    • setPropValue

      protected final boolean setPropValue(Object newValue, PropMgr propMgr) throws PropException
      Sets a new value for this property. If any listener is present and the value has changed compare to the last value, the listener is informed.
      Parameters:
      newValue - The new value.
      propMgr - The property manager for remote change, null for local.
      Returns:
      boolean true for value has changed, false for same value as current value.
      Throws:
      PropException - When the new value doesn't validate correctly.
      PropTypeException - If the property is read-only.
    • onPropValueSet

      protected void onPropValueSet(Object oldValue)
      Called when the property value is changed by the GProp class. This method is typically overridden by subclasses to clear cached values of a representation of this value.

      Note: this method is called during a synchronized state of the class instance!

      Parameters:
      oldValue - The old value.
    • modifyPropValue

      protected int modifyPropValue(Object oldValue, Object newValue, PropMgr propMgr) throws PropException
      Called when setting a new value for this property. This method is normally not overridden by subclasses, but e.g. for properties containing arrays, this may be handled here, in order not modify the "oldValue" (such as an array, but rather to change it with the data from the "newValue").
      Parameters:
      oldValue - The old value.
      newValue - The new value.
      propMgr - The property manager for remote change, null for local.
      Returns:
      1 for value has changed, 0 for same value as current value, -1 for not processed. 2 can also be returned to indicate the current value has been modified with new contents. This is e.g. the case for the StringMapProp.
      Throws:
      PropException - when the new value doesn't validate correctly.
    • setPropValueIncognito

      protected final void setPropValueIncognito(Object newValue)
      Sets a new value for this property. Any listeners present are not informed; this method is intended for setting the property value at reception of a transaction after having created the property instance. The changed state of the property is not affected.

      Note: no checking is done if the property is read-only, valid type or valid value or constraints!

      Parameters:
      newValue - the new value.
      Throws:
      NullPointerException - when newValue is null.
    • validateProp

      public final void validateProp(Object newValue) throws PropException
      Validates the value to set by first calling validateType, then validateValue and finally calling an optional validator (if set).

      Note: When this method is called, synchronization is done at the property itself, so no synchronization on the tree should be done. This method calls validatePropertyType and validatePropertyValue in the property-synchronized code, so these methods should not synchronize the tree either.

      Specified by:
      validateProp in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      newValue - The new value to set.
      Throws:
      PropException - when the new value doesn't validate correctly.
    • validatePropType

      public abstract void validatePropType(Object newValue) throws PropTypeException
      Validates the newValue against the property object type. Subclasses must override this method to perform optional value type validation.

      Note: When this method is called, synchronization is done at the property itself, so no synchronization on the tree should be done.

      Specified by:
      validatePropType in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      newValue - The new value to set.
      Throws:
      PropTypeException - when the new value isn't of the correct class.
    • validatePropValue

      public void validatePropValue(Object newValue) throws PropException
      Validates the value to set. Subclasses can override this method to perform optional value validation. No validation is performed in this method.

      Note: When this method is called, synchronization is done at the property itself, so no synchronization on the tree should be done.

      Specified by:
      validatePropValue in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      newValue - The new value to set.
      Throws:
      PropException - when the new value doesn't validate correctly.
    • getPropValueObject

      public final Object getPropValueObject()
      Gets the current value set, null for an uninitialized value.
      Returns:
      Object the value or null for uninitialized value.
    • getPropValue

      public final VALUE getPropValue()
      Gets the current value set, null for an uninitialized value.
      Specified by:
      getPropValue in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      Object the value or null for uninitialized value.
    • getPropValue

      public final Object getPropValue(Class<?> requestedType) throws IllegalArgumentException, Exception
      Gets the property value in another class form than the "native" one. This method tries conversion of a "native" property value into another class type. This method is used when filling in a POJO variable (Plain Old Java Object Field) from a "native" property value.

      Subclasses overrides the method getPropertyValue0 in order to provide the appropriate conversion.

      Specified by:
      getPropValue in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      requestedType - The requested class type of the property value, using appropriate conversion.
      Returns:
      The property value in the requested class, after conversion.
      Throws:
      IllegalArgumentException - If the class is not supported by the property for conversion.
      Exception - Other exceptions that could occur.
    • getPropValue0

      protected abstract Object getPropValue0(Object value, int index) throws Exception
      Gets the property value in another class form than the "native" one. This method tries conversion of a "native" property value into another class type. This method is used when filling in a POJO variable (Plain Old Java Object Field) from a "native" property value.

      Subclasses overrides this method getPropertyValue0 in order to provide the appropriate conversion.

      Parameters:
      value - The property value.
      index - The index in the Class array returned by getValueClasses().
      Returns:
      The property value in the requested class, after conversion.
      Throws:
      Exception - Other exceptions that could occur.
    • addPropListener

      public final void addPropListener(EventListener l)
      Adds a listener for the property.
      Specified by:
      addPropListener in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      l - The listener to add.
    • removePropListener

      public final void removePropListener(EventListener l)
      Removes a listener for the property.
      Specified by:
      removePropListener in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      l - The listener to remove.
    • onEventSelf

      public void onEventSelf(GEvent event)
      Called when a property event is send to this property.

      A subclass can override this method to perform appropriate processing and is not required to call super.onEventSelf(e).

      Specified by:
      onEventSelf in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      event - The property event.
    • onRemoteEvent

      public void onRemoteEvent(RemoteEvent event)
      Called when a remote property event should be processed by this property.

      A subclass can override this method to perform appropriate processing and is not required to call super.onRemoteEvent(e).

      The onRemoteEvent is NOT called when in a proxied property container, but rather the normal onEventSelf method.

      Specified by:
      onRemoteEvent in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      event - The remote event.
    • onEvent

      public final void onEvent(GEvent event)
      Called when a property event is send to this property.

      If this property is disposed, no processing will take place.

      This method checks the event's Operations to perform and handles it accordingly.

      If, at any time, the event is canceled, the processing is stopped.

      Specified by:
      onEvent in interface EventListener
      Specified by:
      onEvent in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      event - The property event.
    • onReferenceEvent

      protected void onReferenceEvent(ResolveReferencesEvent event)
      Called to perform reference resolving. A property should override this method if it needs to perform reference resolving and validation.

      Subclasses override this method and only subclasses extending PropCnr needs to call super.onReferenceEvent(ResolveReferenceEvent event).

      Parameters:
      event - The resolve references event.
    • appendPropValue

      protected abstract void appendPropValue(PropMgr propertyManager, SendTransaction trans, Object value)
      Appends the property value and all its children to a transaction using the AtomManager.

      This method must is overridden in all subclasses.

      Parameters:
      propertyManager - the property manager instance.
      trans - transaction to append the properties to.
      value - the value to append to the transaction, a reference to the current property value.
    • initializeValue

      Initializes the property value from a transaction.
      Parameters:
      propertyManager - the property manager.
      trans - the transaction to initialize the property with.
      Returns:
      true if the value has changed, false otherwise.
      Throws:
      ClassNotFoundException - - if the class could not be found.
      IllegalAccessException - - if the class or its nullary constructor is not accessible.
      InstantiationException - - if this Class represents an abstract class, an interface, an array class, a primitive type, or void; or if the class has no nullary constructor; or if the instantiation fails for some other reason.
      ExceptionInInitializerError - - if the initialization provoked by this method fails.
      SecurityException - - If a security manager, s, is present and any of the following conditions is met:
      • invocation of s.checkMemberAccess(this, Member.PUBLIC) denies creation of new instances of this class,
      • the caller's class loader is not the same as or an ancestor of the class loader for the current class and invocation of s.checkPackageAccess() denies access to the package of this class.
      PropException - - if the property cannot be initialized, because of erroneous data.
      NoSuchMethodException
      InvocationTargetException
      IllegalArgumentException
    • initializeGProp

      public final void initializeGProp(Element element) throws PropException
      Called to initialize the generic property from an Element.

      This method initializes the generic property and then calls the initializeProperty(AtomManager atomManager,Element element).

      The attributes following attributes are read from the Element for all properties.

      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_READ_ONLY
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_PRIVATE
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_NULLABLE
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_EDITOR_PROP
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_INFORM_PARENT
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_ERRORED_NAME
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_EXTENDS_PRIVATE
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_EXTENDS_FINAL

      These attributes are read from the Element for all property containers.

      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_EXTENDS

      An extra error Element "propError" is also be read for the property error(s).

      Specified by:
      initializeGProp in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      element - The Element.
      Throws:
      PropException - when the initialization fails.
    • getAttribute

      public static String getAttribute(Element element, String name)
      Gets a attribute string.
      Parameters:
      element - The element.
      name - The attribute name.
      Returns:
      null if not found.
    • initializeProp

      protected void initializeProp(Element element) throws PropException
      Called to initialize the property from an Element. The property should initialize itself from attributes and nodes with appropriate information.

      Subclasses should override this method if custom initialization is required.

      The default implementation gets the attribute "value" and calls the methods object=convertPropertyValue(string) followed by setPropertyValue(object).

      Parameters:
      element - The Element.
      Throws:
      PropException - when the initialization fails.
    • fromElementString

      public Object fromElementString(String string) throws PropException
      Called from the initializeProperty(Element element) method once the element String is retrieved from the "value" attribute of the element. Override this method to provide the appropriate String to Object conversion.

      The default implementation returns the String passed as the parameter.

      Specified by:
      fromElementString in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      string - the String value of the object from the String value attribute.
      Returns:
      the Object in "native" property value form of the string value.
      Throws:
      PropException - when the conversion fails.
    • convertPropError

      protected final Object convertPropError(String string, Exception thrown) throws PropException
      Creates and throws a PropertyException when the String doesn't convert properly into a "native" Object.
      Parameters:
      string - the string value.
      thrown - the Exception that was thrown.
      Returns:
      Never returns, but method definition returns an Object.
      Throws:
      PropException - - always, with the exception error text.
    • onPropTreeInitialized

      public void onPropTreeInitialized() throws IOException, PropException
      Called when the property has initialized from the Element when streamed from an XML file, has had all (if any) children elements and nodes added as properties and that the property has been added into it's parent.

      This method does nothing and may be overridden by any subclasses to perform custom processing. The PropertyContainer calls all its children with this method in order to inform the tree.

      The ExtendablePropertyContainer overrides this method to load all extended containers.

      Specified by:
      onPropTreeInitialized in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Throws:
      IOException - For file errors.
      PropException - When there is an initialization problem.
    • shouldSerializeToXML

      protected boolean shouldSerializeToXML(int programType)
      Method used to check for serialization to XML. Override this method and return false to avoid writing the property to XML. The default is to write all properties.
      Parameters:
      programType - From PropFactory.getProgramType(): 0=PropFactory.CLIENT, 1=PropFactory.SERVER or 2=PropFactory.EDITOR.
      Returns:
      true (default if not VOLATILE) to save to XML, false to avoid writing the property to XML.
    • initializeGElement

      public final void initializeGElement(Element element)
      Called when the XML file for the property tree is serialized from properties. The property should fill attributes and nodes with appropriate information.

      This method initializes the generic property and then calls the initializeElement(Element element).

      The attributes following attributes are set for the Element for all properties as required:

      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_READ_ONLY
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_PRIVATE
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_NULLABLE
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_EDITOR_PROP
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_INFORM_PARENT
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_ERRORED_NAME
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_EXTENDS_PRIVATE
      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_EXTENDS_FINAL

      These attributes are set for the Element for all property containers as required.

      • PROP_ATTR_STRING_EXTENDS

      An extra error element "propError" may also be added for the property error(s).

      Specified by:
      initializeGElement in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      element - The element.
    • initializeElement

      protected void initializeElement(Element element)
      Called when the XML file for the property tree is serialized from properties. The property should fill attributes and nodes with appropriate information.

      Subclasses should override this method if custom initialization is required.

      Parameters:
      element - The Element to initialize.
    • toElementString

      public String toElementString(Object value)
      Called from the initializeElement(Element element) method. Override this method to provide the appropriate Object to String conversion.

      The default implementation returns the Object value.toString() return code. If the value is null, null is returned.

      Specified by:
      toElementString in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      value - the value in the object to convert to a string.
      Returns:
      the string corresponding to the object value, or null for a null value.
    • toNativeValue

      public final Object toNativeValue(Object value) throws NullPointerException, Exception
      Tries conversion of possibly accepted properties values using the setPropertyValue method into the most preferred property value type. If the input value already is of the preferred type, the same object is returned.

      Subclasses overrides the method toNativeValue0 in order to provide the appropriate conversion.

      Specified by:
      toNativeValue in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      value - the input value to convert to native value.
      Returns:
      The converted input value in the preferred property value object type.
      Throws:
      NullPointerException - If the input Object value is null.
      Exception - Other exceptions.
    • toNativeValue0

      protected abstract Object toNativeValue0(Object value, int index) throws Exception
      Tries conversion of possibly accepted properties values using the setPropertyValue method into the most preferred property value type. If the input value already is of the preferred type, the same object is returned.

      Subclasses overrides the method toNativeValue0 in order to provide the appropriate conversion.

      Parameters:
      value - The input value to convert to native value.
      index - The index in the array returned by getValueClasses(), or -1 if not found.
      Returns:
      The converted input value in the preferred property value object type.
      Throws:
      Exception - For conversion exceptions.
    • getVSReference

      public VSReference getVSReference(Atom refAtom)
      Gets a VSReference instance from the container or any parent containers. The method is used by VSRelativeReference to look up the VSReference instance in order to resolve the relative path to the target property.

      This method needs to be overridden by subclasses of PropCnr that has a VSReference as property, e.g. the JSONInProp class in the Web Service plug-in.

      The default is to re-target the call to the parent container, and if the root, a folder or a file property is reached, null is returned.

      Specified by:
      getVSReference in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      refAtom - The property asking for the VSReference.
      Returns:
      The instance of the VSReference or null if unassigned.
    • getPropBaseReference

      public PropCnr getPropBaseReference()
      Gets a base property container reference instance from the container or any parent containers. The method is used by PropRelativeReference to look up the reference instance in order to resolve the relative path to the target property.

      This method needs to be overridden by subclasses of PropCnr that has a PropRelativeReference as property, e.g. the ScreenProp class in the Terminal Core plug-in.

      The default is to re-target the call to the parent container, and if the root, a folder or a file property is reached, null is returned.

      Specified by:
      getPropBaseReference in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      The instance of the PropCnr or null if unassigned.
    • hasCircularReferencesError

      public final boolean hasCircularReferencesError()
      Checks if there is any presence of a circular reference error registered for the property made by e.g. the verify(PropVerification) method.
      Specified by:
      hasCircularReferencesError in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if there is at least one circular reference error, or a crossover to a circular reference, false otherwise.
    • verify

      public boolean verify(PropVerification verification)
      Verifies this property. The check performed is the extension of classes and that no circular reference is present.
      Specified by:
      verify in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      verification - The property verification class.
      Returns:
      true if verification should proceed, false if disposed of and verification should not take place.
    • setPropExtended

      public final void setPropExtended(boolean on)
      Sets the flag indicating this property is extended. This flag means the property is originating from an Extends container initially.
      Parameters:
      on - flag indicates this is set (true) or cleared (false).
    • isPropExtended

      public final boolean isPropExtended()
      Checks the flag indicating this property is a property belonging to another container. This flag means the property is originating from an Extends container initially.
      Specified by:
      isPropExtended in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if the property originates from the Extends container, false otherwise.
    • setPropExtendsPrivate

      public final boolean setPropExtendsPrivate(boolean on)
      Sets the flag indicating property is a Extends Private property in the container when this property belongs to the Extends Framework. Extends Private properties are not transported to the container that extends the original container.
      Specified by:
      setPropExtendsPrivate in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      on - flag indicating if it's Extends Private or not.
      Returns:
      true for changed, false for no change.
    • isPropExtendsPrivate

      public final boolean isPropExtendsPrivate()
      Checks if this property is Extends Private in regards to the Extends Framework.
      Specified by:
      isPropExtendsPrivate in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true is the property has the Extends Private attribute.
    • isPropExtendsPrivateInRoot

      public final boolean isPropExtendsPrivateInRoot()
      Checks if the property is Extends Private from this property and up to, but not including the "isExtendsRoot()" property container in the parent chain of properties.

      If using this method to search for Extends Private in the Extends "Source Container", use the method that uses a container as parameter instead: isPropExtendsPrivateInRoot(PropCnr root).

      Specified by:
      isPropExtendsPrivateInRoot in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true if a property in the hierarchy between the extends root (excluded), and this property, the isPropExtendsPrivate() method would return true. It is false if no Extends Private exists, or if the root is not found.
    • isPropExtendsPrivateInRoot

      public final boolean isPropExtendsPrivateInRoot(IPropCnr root)
      Checks if the property is Extends Private from this property and up to, but not including the "isExtendsRoot()" property container in the parent chain of properties.
      Specified by:
      isPropExtendsPrivateInRoot in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      root - The root to use if an alternate one is required, otherwise set to null for root look-up (note: this works only in the target container, not for the source container).
      Returns:
      true if a property in the hierarchy between the extends root (excluded), and this property, the isPropExtendsPrivate() method would return true. It is false if no Extends Private exists, or if the root is not found.
    • setPropExtendsFinal

      public final boolean setPropExtendsFinal(boolean on)
      Sets the flag indicating property is a Extends Final property in the container when this property belongs to the Extends Framework. Extends Final properties cannot be modified in containers that extends the original container, and to clarify, the Extends Final properties are set in the original container's properties or the container itself.
      Specified by:
      setPropExtendsFinal in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      on - flag indicating if it's Extends Final or not.
      Returns:
      true for changed, false for no change.
    • isPropExtendsFinal

      public final boolean isPropExtendsFinal()
      Checks if this property is Extends Final in regards to the Extends Framework.
      Specified by:
      isPropExtendsFinal in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      true is the property has the Extends Final attribute.
    • getExtendsRootContainer

      public PropCnr getExtendsRootContainer()
      Searches for an Extends container for a property. The parent tree is searched for a container with PropCnr.isExtendsRoot(), including this property (if it's a container).

      The search is ended with a "not found" null return code if a property file, folder or root is found (i.e. isPropFile(), isPropFolder() or isPropRoot() returns true).

      Specified by:
      getExtendsRootContainer in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      The Extends container root, or null if such a container is not found.
    • getPropExtendsFlags

      public int getPropExtendsFlags()
      Checks if this property extends another property, and if so gets the extends flags. This call is only interesting to do in the Designer where the Extends Framework is used. It requires a little processing, so do not call it too often if not required.
      Specified by:
      getPropExtendsFlags in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Returns:
      A value with the flags in the bit-values below:
      • EXT_EXTENDED - Extended property.
      • EXT_PRIVATE - Private Extends.
      • EXT_FINAL - Final Extends.
      • EXT_OVERRIDES - Overrides a source property.
      • EXT_OVERRIDES_FINAL_ERR - Overrides a source property that is final = error.
      For containers, these two bit values also apply:
      • EXT_CONTAINER_EXTENDS - Container extends another container (only for containers)
      • EXT_CONTAINER_EXTENDS_VALID - Container extends another container, and reference is valid (only for containers).
    • paramString

      protected String paramString()
      Returns the parameter string representing the state of this event. This string is useful for debugging. Subclasses adds extra information to the string by preceding it with a comma followed by the extra information.
      Returns:
      the parameter string of this event.
    • paramValue

      protected String paramValue(Object value)
      Formats the value as a string to add to paramString. The default is to do "value.toString()" if value is not null, otherwise "[null]" is returned.
      Parameters:
      value - The property value.
      Returns:
      The String representation of the value.
    • toString

      public String toString()
      Returns a string representation of this component and its values.
      Overrides:
      toString in class Object
      Returns:
      a string representation of this property.
    • toString

      public static String toString(IGProp<?> gp)
      Returns a string representation of this component and its values.
      Parameters:
      gp - the property to convert to a string.
      Returns:
      a string representation of this property.
    • equals

      public final boolean equals(Object o)
      Checks for equality, including private properties. Use the method equals(Object,boolean=false) not to include the private properties.
      Overrides:
      equals in class Object
      Parameters:
      o - The other property to compare with.
      Returns:
      Properties are equal flag.
    • equals

      public final boolean equals(Object o, int how)
      Checks for equality.
      Specified by:
      equals in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      o - The other property to compare with.
      how - Flags EQC_* values for equal checking.
      Returns:
      Properties are equal flag.
    • equalsObj

      public final Object equalsObj(Object o, int how)
      Checks for equality.
      Parameters:
      o - The other property to compare with.
      how - Flags EQC_* values for equal checking.
      Returns:
      The non-equal object: Atom, Atom [], or property.
    • equalsErrors

      protected boolean equalsErrors(PropError pe1, PropError pe2, int how)
      Processes error property verification. The default processing is to verify the two error properties pe1 and pe2 for equality if includeErrors is 0 or 1, and returns true if the value is 2=no comparison with error properties.

      Override to verify property errors for reference properties.

      Parameters:
      pe1 - The first error property, may be null.
      pe2 - The second error property, may be null.
      how - Flags EQC_* values for equal checking.
      Returns:
      Equality flag depending on includeErrors value.
    • equalValues

      protected Object equalValues(GProp<?> compareTo, VALUE thisValue, VALUE compareValue, int how)
      Checks for property value equality. The object is of the correct type for the respective property type. The Atoms and other properties such as Private/Extends has already been checked for equality or correctness.
      Parameters:
      compareTo - The comparing-to property that contains the value.
      thisValue - This property value (for synchronization reasons).
      compareValue - Another property value.
      how - Flags EQC_* values for equal checking.
      Returns:
      The property not being equal, null for equal (both values null).
    • equalsPropValue

      public final boolean equalsPropValue(Object otherPropValue)
      Checks if another value is equal to the value in this object. Do not use this method to compare two property containers as this may not be an accurate method. This method is intended to be used for plain property value comparisons.
      Parameters:
      otherPropValue - The value to compare with.
      Returns:
      true if the values are equal, false otherwise.
    • equalsTree

      protected Object equalsTree(PropCnr pc, int how)
      Checks for equality in the whole container structure.
      Parameters:
      pc - Another property container.
      how - Flags EQC_* values for equal checking.
      Returns:
      Both atom and value are equal on all levels.
    • list

      public void list()
      Prints a listing of this property to the standard system output stream System.out.
      Specified by:
      list in interface IGProp<VALUE>
    • list

      public void list(PrintStream out)
      Prints a listing of this property to the specified output stream.
      Specified by:
      list in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      out - a print stream.
    • list

      public void list(PrintStream out, int indent)
      Prints out a list, starting at the specified indentation, to the specified print stream.
      Specified by:
      list in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      out - a print stream.
      indent - number of spaces to indent.
    • list

      public void list(PrintWriter out)
      Prints a listing to the specified print writer.
      Specified by:
      list in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      out - The print writer to print to.
    • list

      public void list(PrintWriter out, int indent)
      Prints out a list, starting at the specified indentation, to the specified print writer.
      Specified by:
      list in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      out - The print writer to print to.
      indent - The number of spaces to indent.
    • finest

      public void finest(String msg)
      Logs a finest event.
      Specified by:
      finest in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
    • finest

      public void finest(String msg, Object... params)
      Logs a finest event.
      Specified by:
      finest in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
      params - Parameters.
    • finer

      public void finer(String msg)
      Logs a finer event.
      Specified by:
      finer in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
    • finer

      public void finer(String msg, Object... params)
      Logs a finer event.
      Specified by:
      finer in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
      params - Parameters.
    • fine

      public void fine(String msg)
      Logs a fine event.
      Specified by:
      fine in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
    • fine

      public void fine(String msg, Object... params)
      Logs a fine event.
      Specified by:
      fine in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
      params - Parameters.
    • info

      public void info(String msg)
      Logs an informational event.
      Specified by:
      info in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
    • info

      public void info(String msg, Object... params)
      Logs an informational event.
      Specified by:
      info in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
      params - Parameters.
    • warning

      public void warning(String msg)
      Logs a warning event.
      Specified by:
      warning in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
    • warning

      public void warning(String msg, Object... params)
      Logs a warning event.
      Specified by:
      warning in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
      params - Parameters.
    • warning

      public void warning(String msg, Throwable exception)
      Logs a warning event.
      Specified by:
      warning in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
      exception - The exception.
    • severe

      public void severe(String msg)
      Logs a severe event.
      Specified by:
      severe in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
    • severe

      public void severe(String msg, Throwable exception)
      Logs a severe event.
      Specified by:
      severe in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
      exception - The exception.
    • severe

      public void severe(String msg, Object... params)
      Logs a severe event.
      Specified by:
      severe in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      msg - The message.
      params - Parameters.
    • triggerRemoteEvent

      public void triggerRemoteEvent(int localID)
      Triggers a remote event for execution at the remote party onRemoteEvent() method of this remote property instance.
      Specified by:
      triggerRemoteEvent in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      localID - The property-local event ID.
    • triggerRemoteEvent

      public void triggerRemoteEvent(int localID, PropCnr params)
      Triggers a remote event for execution at the remote party onRemoteEvent() method of this remote property instance.
      Specified by:
      triggerRemoteEvent in interface IGProp<VALUE>
      Parameters:
      localID - The property-local event ID.
      params - Parameters for the event, null for none.