Interface AtomicType

    • Method Detail

      • getGenre

        default Genre getGenre()
        Determine the Genre (top-level classification) of this type
        Specified by:
        getGenre in interface ItemType
        the Genre to which this type belongs, specifically Genre.ATOMIC
      • validate

        ValidationFailure validate​(AtomicValue primValue,
                                   java.lang.CharSequence lexicalValue,
                                   ConversionRules rules)
        Validate that a primitive atomic value is a valid instance of a type derived from the same primitive type.
        primValue - the value in the value space of the primitive type.
        lexicalValue - the value in the lexical space. If null, the string value of primValue is used. This value is checked against the pattern facet (if any)
        rules - the conversion rules for this configuration
        null if the value is valid; otherwise, a ValidationFailure object indicating the nature of the error.
        java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException - in the case of an external object type
      • isOrdered

        boolean isOrdered​(boolean optimistic)
        Determine whether the atomic type is ordered, that is, whether less-than and greater-than comparisons are permitted
        optimistic - if true, the function takes an optimistic view, returning true if ordering comparisons are available for some subtype. This mainly affects xs:duration, where the function returns true if optimistic is true, false if it is false.
        true if ordering operations are permitted
      • isAbstract

        boolean isAbstract()
        Determine whether the type is abstract, that is, whether it cannot have instances that are not also instances of some concrete subtype
        true if the type is abstract
      • isPrimitiveType

        boolean isPrimitiveType()
        Determine whether the atomic type is a primitive type. The primitive types are the 19 primitive types of XML Schema, plus xs:integer, xs:dayTimeDuration and xs:yearMonthDuration; xs:untypedAtomic; and all supertypes of these (xs:anyAtomicType, xs:numeric, ...)
        true if the type is considered primitive under the above rules
      • isIdType

        boolean isIdType()
        Ask whether this type is an ID type. This is defined to be any simple type who typed value may contain atomic values of type xs:ID: that is, it includes types derived from ID by restriction, list, or union. Note that for a node to be treated as an ID, its typed value must be a *single* atomic value of type ID; the type of the node, however, can still allow a list.
        Specified by:
        isIdType in interface SchemaType
        true if this type is an ID type
      • isIdRefType

        boolean isIdRefType()
        Ask whether this type is an IDREF or IDREFS type. This is defined to be any simple type who typed value may contain atomic values of type xs:IDREF: that is, it includes types derived from IDREF or IDREFS by restriction, list, or union
        Specified by:
        isIdRefType in interface SchemaType
        true if this type is an IDREF type
      • isBuiltInType

        boolean isBuiltInType()
        Determine whether the atomic type is a built-in type. The built-in atomic types are the 41 atomic types defined in XML Schema, plus xs:dayTimeDuration and xs:yearMonthDuration, xs:untypedAtomic, and all supertypes of these (xs:anyAtomicType, xs:numeric, ...)
        Specified by:
        isBuiltInType in interface SimpleType
        true if this is a built-in type
      • getTypeName

        StructuredQName getTypeName()
        Get the name of this type as a StructuredQName, unless the type is anonymous, in which case return null
        Specified by:
        getTypeName in interface PlainType
        the name of the atomic type, or null if the type is anonymous.
      • getStringConverter

        StringConverter getStringConverter​(ConversionRules rules)
        Get a StringConverter, an object which converts strings in the lexical space of this data type to instances (in the value space) of the data type.
        rules - the conversion rules to be used
        a StringConverter to do the conversion, or null if no built-in converter is available.
      • explainMismatch

        default java.util.Optional<java.lang.String> explainMismatch​(Item item,
                                                                     TypeHierarchy th)
        Get extra diagnostic information about why a supplied item does not conform to this item type, if available. If extra information is returned, it should be in the form of a complete sentence, minus the closing full stop. No information should be returned for obvious cases.
        Specified by:
        explainMismatch in interface ItemType
        item - the item that doesn't match this type
        th - the type hierarchy cache
        optionally, a message explaining why the item does not match the type
      • getDefaultPriority

        default double getDefaultPriority()
        Get the default priority when this ItemType is used as an XSLT pattern.
        Specified by:
        getDefaultPriority in interface ItemType
        the default priority. For an atomic type this is 1 minus 0.5^N, where N is the depth of the type in the type hierarchy. The result is 0 for xs:anyAtomicType, 0.5 for a primitive type such as xs:date, and between 0.5 and 1.0 for derived atomic types.