Class AntFilterReader

All Implemented Interfaces:

public final class AntFilterReader extends DataType
An AntFilterReader is a wrapper class that encloses the classname and configuration of a Configurable FilterReader.
  • Constructor Details

    • AntFilterReader

      public AntFilterReader()
  • Method Details

    • setClassName

      public void setClassName(String className)
      Set the className attribute.
      className - a String value
    • getClassName

      public String getClassName()
      Get the className attribute.
      a String value
    • addParam

      public void addParam(Parameter param)
      Add a Parameter.
      param - a Parameter value
    • setClasspath

      public void setClasspath(Path classpath)
      Set the classpath to load the FilterReader through (attribute).
      classpath - a classpath
    • createClasspath

      public Path createClasspath()
      Set the classpath to load the FilterReader through (nested element).
      a classpath to be configured
    • getClasspath

      public Path getClasspath()
      Get the classpath.
      the classpath
    • setClasspathRef

      public void setClasspathRef(Reference r)
      Set the classpath to load the FilterReader through via reference (attribute).
      r - a reference to a classpath
    • getParams

      public Parameter[] getParams()
      The parameters for this filter.
      a Parameter[] value
    • setRefid

      public void setRefid(Reference r) throws BuildException
      Makes this instance in effect a reference to another AntFilterReader instance.

      You must not set another attribute or nest elements inside this element if you make it a reference.

      setRefid in class DataType
      r - the reference to which this instance is associated
      BuildException - if this instance already has been configured.
    • dieOnCircularReference

      protected void dieOnCircularReference(Stack<Object> stk, Project p) throws BuildException
      Description copied from class: DataType
      Check to see whether any DataType we hold references to is included in the Stack (which holds all DataType instances that directly or indirectly reference this instance, including this instance itself).

      If one is included, throw a BuildException created by circularReference.

      This implementation is appropriate only for a DataType that cannot hold other DataTypes as children.

      The general contract of this method is that it shouldn't do anything if DataType.checked is true and set it to true on exit.

      dieOnCircularReference in class DataType
      stk - the stack of references to check.
      p - the project to use to dereference the references.
      BuildException - on error.