Package com.adobe.xfa

Class LogMessageHandler

  • Direct Known Subclasses:
    LogMessageHandlerStore, MessageHandlerXML

    public abstract class LogMessageHandler
    extends java.lang.Object
    LogMessageHandler base class. All message handlers will derive from this class. Class LogMessageHandler will eventually will support message filtering by Id.
    • Constructor Detail

      • LogMessageHandler

        public LogMessageHandler()
    • Method Detail

      • get

        public LogMessage get​(int nIndex)
        Retrieve a message based on its index. where 0 <= index < size()

        - only valid for handlers that return true for the supportsRead method.
        nIndex - - index into the collection
        a LogMessageobject
      • clearMessages

        public void clearMessages()
        Clears out message buffer(s)
      • getThreadId

        public long getThreadId()
        Retrieve the messagehandler's thread id
        a threadId
      • getThreshold

        public int getThreshold()
      • sendMessage

        public abstract void sendMessage​(LogMessage oMessage)
        Pure virtual function. Implemented in derived classes to handle message output.

        if you want to cache messages, then the derived implementation of this method should add the following lines: LogMessage poMessage = new LogMessage(oMessage); getMessages().append(poMessage);
        oMessage - - the message to send
      • setThreshold

        public void setThreshold​(int nThreshold)
      • flush

        public abstract void flush()
      • size

        public int size()
        Retrieve the number of LogMessageobjects are in the collection.

        only valid for handlers that return true for the supportsRead method.
        - the number of LogMessageobjects in the collection
      • supportsRead

        public boolean supportsRead()
        Check whether the handler supports read operations. If this class' supportsRead() method returns true, then the messageHandler is capable of caching all of it's messages. These messages can be accessed via operator[]. The size() method can be used to find out the number of messages cached.