Class GDateValue

    • Field Detail

      • year

        protected final int year
      • month

        protected final byte month
      • day

        protected final byte day
      • hasNoYearZero

        protected final boolean hasNoYearZero
      • daysPerMonth

        protected static byte[] daysPerMonth
        Test whether a candidate date is actually a valid date in the proleptic Gregorian calendar
      • monthData

        protected static final short[] monthData
    • Constructor Detail

      • GDateValue

        public GDateValue​(int year,
                          byte month,
                          byte day,
                          boolean hasNoYearZero,
                          int tzMinutes,
                          AtomicType typeLabel)
    • Method Detail

      • getYear

        public int getYear()
        Get the year component of the date (in local form)
        the year component, as represented internally (allowing a year zero)
      • getMonth

        public byte getMonth()
        Get the month component of the date (in local form)
        the month component (1-12)
      • getDay

        public byte getDay()
        Get the day component of the date (in local form)
        the day component (1-31)
      • getCalendar

        public java.util.GregorianCalendar getCalendar()
        Description copied from class: CalendarValue
        Get a Java Calendar object that represents this date/time value. The Calendar object will be newly created for the purpose. This will respect the timezone if there is one (provided the timezone is within the range supported by the GregorianCalendar class, which in practice means that it is not -14:00). If there is no timezone or if the timezone is out of range, the result will be in GMT.
        Specified by:
        getCalendar in class CalendarValue
        A Calendar object representing the date and time. Note that Java can only represent the time to millisecond precision.
      • setLexicalValue

        protected static void setLexicalValue​(GDateValue.MutableGDateValue m,
                                              UnicodeString s,
                                              boolean allowYearZero)
        Initialize the DateValue using a character string in the format yyyy-mm-dd and an optional time zone. Input must have format [-]yyyy-mm-dd[([+|-]hh:mm | Z)]
        m - the "raw" MutableGDateValue to be populated: this is modified in-situ. If the string is invalid, the error field of the MutableGDateValue will be set.
        s - the supplied string value
        allowYearZero - true if (as in XSD 1.1) there is a year zero, false if (as in XSD 1.0) there is not
      • isValidDate

        public static boolean isValidDate​(int year,
                                          int month,
                                          int day)
        Determine whether a given date is valid
        year - the year (permitting year zero)
        month - the month (1-12)
        day - the day (1-31)
        true if this is a valid date
      • isLeapYear

        public static boolean isLeapYear​(int year)
        Test whether a year is a leap year
        year - the year (permitting year zero)
        true if the supplied year is a leap year
      • equals

        public boolean equals​(java.lang.Object o)
        The equals() methods on atomic values is defined to follow the semantics of eq when applied to two atomic values. When the other operand is not an atomic value, the result is undefined (may be false, may be an exception). When the other operand is an atomic value that cannot be compared with this one, the method returns false.

        The hashCode() method is consistent with equals().

        This implementation performs a context-free comparison: it fails with ClassCastException if one value has a timezone and the other does not.

        equals in class AtomicValue
        o - the other value
        true if the other operand is an atomic value and the two values are equal as defined by the XPath eq operator
        java.lang.ClassCastException - if the values are not comparable
      • hashCode

        public int hashCode()
        Description copied from class: AtomicValue
        Returns a hash code value for the object.
        hashCode in class AtomicValue
      • compareTo

        public int compareTo​(CalendarValue other,
                             int implicitTimezone)
                      throws NoDynamicContextException
        Compare this value to another value of the same type, using the supplied context object to get the implicit timezone if required. This method implements the XPath comparison semantics.
        Specified by:
        compareTo in class CalendarValue
        other - the value to be compared
        implicitTimezone - the implicit timezone to be used for a value with no timezone
        -1 if this value is less, 0 if equal, +1 if greater
        NoDynamicContextException - if the result depends on the implicit timezone and the supplied timezone is CalendarValue.MISSING_TIMEZONE
      • toDateTime

        public DateTimeValue toDateTime()
        Convert to DateTime.
        Specified by:
        toDateTime in class CalendarValue
        the starting instant of the GDateValue (with the same timezone)
      • getXPathComparable

        public XPathComparable getXPathComparable​(StringCollator collator,
                                                  int implicitTimezone)
                                           throws NoDynamicContextException
        Description copied from class: AtomicValue
        Get an object value that implements the XPath equality and ordering comparison semantics for this value. A collation is supplied for comparing strings, and an implicit timezone for comparing date/time values that have no saved timezone. An atomic value may return itself as the result, provided that its ordering rules are independent of the collation and timezone, and provided that it implements the XPathComparable interface: which means that its compareTo, equals, and hashCode methods must be compatible with the rules for XPath value comparisons.
        getXPathComparable in class CalendarValue
        collator - the collation to be used when comparing strings
        implicitTimezone - the implicit timezone in the dynamic context, used when comparing dates/times with and without timezone
        an Object that implements the XPath value comparison semantics with respect to this atomic value. For an atomic type that is not ordered (according to XPath rules), return null.
        NoDynamicContextException - if the supplied implicit timezone is "NO_TIMEZONE" (meaning unknown), and the implicit timezone is actually required because the value in question is a date/time value with no timezone. This can cause a failure to evaluate expressions statically (because the implicit timezone is not known statically), and it will then be caught, meaning that the expression has to be evaluated dynamically.
      • getComponent

        public AtomicValue getComponent​(AccessorFn.Component component)
                                 throws XPathException
        Get a component of the value. Returns null if the timezone component is requested and is not present.
        getComponent in class AtomicValue
        component - the required component
        the value of the requested component of this value
        XPathException - if a dynamic error occurs