Class InsertAction

  • public class InsertAction
    extends PendingUpdateAction
    A pending update action representing the effect of an insert expression
    • Constructor Detail

      • InsertAction

        public InsertAction​(NodeInfo[] content,
                            MutableNodeInfo targetNode,
                            int position,
                            boolean inherit)
        Create an InsertAction
        content - the content sequence to be inserted (a value which must consist entirely of nodes. The caller is responsible for copying the nodes into the same object model representation as the tree into which they will be inserted; also for merging adjacent text nodes, extracting the children of a document node, and so on.)
        targetNode - the node that defines where the new nodes will be inserted
        position - defines where the nodes will be inserted: before or after the target node, or as the first or last child of the target node.
    • Method Detail

      • apply

        public void apply​(XPathContext context,
                          java.util.Set<MutableNodeInfo> affectedRootSet)
        Apply the pending update action to the affected nodes
        Specified by:
        apply in class PendingUpdateAction
        context - the XPath evaluation context
        affectedRootSet - the set of roots of trees that have been modified, which
      • getTargetNode

        public NodeInfo getTargetNode()
        Get the target node of the update action
        Specified by:
        getTargetNode in class PendingUpdateAction
        the target node, the node to which this update action applies. Returns null in the case of a delete action, which affects multiple nodes.
      • getApplyPhase

        public int getApplyPhase()
        Get the phase of operation in which this pending update action is applied. See 3.2.2 upd:applyUpdates, Semantics, rule 2.
        Specified by:
        getApplyPhase in class PendingUpdateAction
        the phase of operation, an integer in the range 1 to 5 representing the stages labelled a-e in the specification