Java Code Examples for org.apache.commons.lang3.StringUtils#containsOnly()

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Example 1
Source File:    From openemm with GNU Affero General Public License v3.0 6 votes vote down vote up
public int prepareReport(String mailingIdsStr, @VelocityCheck int companyId, String targetsStr, String recipientType) throws Exception {
	int tempTableID = createTempTable();
       if (!StringUtils.containsOnly(mailingIdsStr, "1234567890,")) {
           logger.error("Wrong format of mailing-IDs string");
           return 0;
       if (!StringUtils.containsOnly(targetsStr, "1234567890,")) {
           logger.error("Wrong format of targetGroup-IDs string");
           return 0;
       List<LightTarget> targets = getTargets(targetsStr, companyId);
       if (targets == null) {
           targets = new ArrayList<>();
       insertSendIntoTempTable(mailingIdsStr, tempTableID, companyId, targets, recipientType);
       insertDeliveredIntoTempTable(mailingIdsStr, tempTableID, companyId, targets, recipientType);
       insertOpensIntoTempTable(mailingIdsStr, tempTableID, companyId, targets, recipientType);
       insertClicksIntoTempTable(mailingIdsStr, tempTableID, companyId, targets, recipientType);
       insertOptOutsIntoTempTable(mailingIdsStr, tempTableID, companyId, targets, recipientType);
       insertBouncesIntoTempTable(mailingIdsStr, tempTableID, companyId, targets, recipientType);
       insertRevenueIntoTempTable(mailingIdsStr, tempTableID, companyId, targets, recipientType);
       insertMailingNames(mailingIdsStr, tempTableID, companyId);
       updateRates(mailingIdsStr, tempTableID, companyId, targets);
	return tempTableID;
Example 2
Source File:    From uyuni with GNU General Public License v2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
/** given an array of strings, compute the hex session swap, which
 * contains both the original data and the 'signature'.  so the
 * resulting string is encapsulated and can be passed around as
 * 'signed' data.
 * @param in an array of strings, all of which must be valud hex
 * @return String of the signature, in the form "D1:D2:D3xHEX"
 *         where D1... are the input data and HEX is the hex signature.
public static String encodeData(String[] in) {
    for (int i = 0; i < in.length; i++) {
        if (!StringUtils.containsOnly(in[i], HEX_CHARS)) {
            throw new IllegalArgumentException("encodeData input must be " +
                                               "lowercase hex, but wasn't: " + in[i]);

    String joined = StringUtils.join(in, ':');

    String[] components = new String[] { joined, generateSwapKey(joined) };

    return StringUtils.join(components, "x");
Example 3
Source File:    From dungeon with BSD 3-Clause "New" or "Revised" License 5 votes vote down vote up
 * Constructs a new Version object from a version string.
public Version(@NotNull String version) {
  if (version.isEmpty()) {
    throw new VersionFormatException("version string cannot be empty");
  } else if (version.charAt(0) != 'v') {
    throw new VersionFormatException("version string must start with a 'v'");
  } else if (!StringUtils.containsOnly(version.substring(1), "0123456789.")) {
    throw new VersionFormatException("version string can only contain digits and periods");
  this.version = version;