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From "Alex Karasulu" <akaras...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [ServerEntry] Slightly modified API
Date Fri, 04 Jan 2008 14:37:16 GMT
Let me get back to you on this a little later.

Alex

On Jan 4, 2008 4:32 AM, Emmanuel Lecharny <elecharny@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> having had some probem with the current API (mainly conflicting methods
> like put(AT...) and put(AT, <String, byte[] or ServerValue>...) ), I
> have tried to draw a slightly different set of methods.
>
> In the following lists, we have :
>  - AT = AttributeType
>  - upId = a String, the User Provided ID
>  - SA = ServerAttribute
>  - SV = ServerValue<?>
>
> Bascially, I have added three new methods, with extended semantic :
>  - removeValues : removes all the values listed from an attribute
>  - search : searches for an attribute containing ALL the values listed
>  - getList : returns a list of attribute, given a list of IDs or
> AttributeTypes
>
> Here are the proposed methods :
>
> put, add methods :
> ------------------
> ServerAttribute put( AT, String... )
> ServerAttribute put( AT, byte[]... )
> ServerAttribute put( AT, SV... )
> ServerAttribute put( upId, String... )
> ServerAttribute put( upId, byte[]... )
> ServerAttribute put( upId, SV... )
> ServerAttribute put( upId, AT, String... )
> ServerAttribute put( upId, AT, byte[]... )
> ServerAttribute put( upId, AT, SV... )
> List<ServerAttribute> put( SA... )
>
> remove method :
> ---------------
> List<ServerAttribute> remove( AT... )
> List<ServerAttribute> remove( upId... )
> List<ServerAttribute> remove( SA... )
>
> removeValues method :
> ---------------------
> ServerAttribute removeValues( AT, String... )
> ServerAttribute removeValues( AT, byte[]... )
> ServerAttribute removeValues( AT, SV... )
> ServerAttribute removeValues( upId, String... )
> ServerAttribute removeValues( upId, byte[]... )
> ServerAttribute removeValues( upId, SV... )
>
> get method :
> ------------
> ServerAttribute ServerAttribute get( AT )
> ServerAttribute ServerAttribute get( upId )
> ServerAttribute ServerAttribute get( SA )
>
> getList method :
> ----------------
> List<ServerAttribute> getList( AT... )
> List<ServerAttribute> getList( upId... )
> List<ServerAttribute> getList( SA... )
>
> search method :
> ---------------
> ServerAttribute search( AT, String... )
> ServerAttribute search( AT, byte[]... )
> ServerAttribute search( AT, SV... )
> ServerAttribute search( upId, String... )
> ServerAttribute search( upId, byte[]... )
> ServerAttribute search( upId, SV... )
>
> Constructors :
> --------------
> DefaultServerEntry( LdapDN, Registries )
> DefaultServerEntry( LdapDN, Registries, AT... )
> DefaultServerEntry( LdapDN, Registries, upId... )
> DefaultServerEntry( LdapDN, Registries, upId, AT )
> DefaultServerEntry( LdapDN, Registries, upId, AT, String... )
> DefaultServerEntry( LdapDN, Registries, upId, AT, byte[]... )
> DefaultServerEntry( LdapDN, Registries, upId, AT, SV... )
> DefaultServerEntry( LdapDN, Registries, SA... )
>
> setObjectClass method :
> -----------------------
> void setObjectClass( ObjectClassAttribute )
> void setObjectClass( ServerAttribute )
> void setObjectClass( String... )
> void setObjectClass( SV... )
> void addObjectClass( ObjectClassAttribute )
> void addObjectClass( ServerAttribute )
> void addObjectClass( String... )
> void addObjectClass( SV... )
>
> Of course, we have some other methods (clone, clear, equals, etc)
>
> wdyt ? Does it seems better ?
>
> --
> --
> cordialement, regards,
> Emmanuel L├ęcharny
> www.iktek.com
> directory.apache.org
>
>
>

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