Class Results<T>

  • All Implemented Interfaces:

    public class Results<T>
    extends java.lang.Object
    The results of a browse operation. May only represent a partial result set, which can be determined by comparing the Total Available Size to the Returned Size. If there is a mismatch, the continuation point should be non-null and can be used in constructing the subsequent BrowseFilter to continue the browse.
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    Serialized Form
    • Constructor Detail

      • Results

        public Results()
      • Results

        public Results​(java.util.Collection<T> results)
      • Results

        public Results​(QualityCode failureQuality)
    • Method Detail

      • of

        public static <T> Results<T> of​(java.util.Collection<T> results)
      • getResults

        public java.util.Collection<T> getResults()
        The results of the browse operation.
      • getTotalAvailableSize

        public int getTotalAvailableSize()
        An estimation of the total number of results that would match this browse.
      • getReturnedSize

        public int getReturnedSize()
        The number of results contained in this object. If different than getTotalAvailableSize(), only a partial browse was performed, and the continuation point should be non-null.
      • getContinuationPoint

        public java.lang.String getContinuationPoint()
        A system specific object that can be used to continue the browse. Null if the browse is complete, or the system does not support browse continuation.
      • setResults

        public void setResults​(java.util.Collection<T> results)
      • setTotalAvailableResults

        public void setTotalAvailableResults​(int totalAvailableResults)
      • setContinuationPoint

        public void setContinuationPoint​(java.lang.String continuationPoint)
      • getResultQuality

        public QualityCode getResultQuality()
      • setResultQuality

        public void setResultQuality​(QualityCode value)
      • toString

        public java.lang.String toString()
        toString in class java.lang.Object