Java Code Examples for org.apache.accumulo.core.client.lexicoder.StringLexicoder

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Example 1
Source Project: timely   Source File: MetricAdapterTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@Test
public void testParse() throws Exception {
    PairLexicoder<String, Long> rowCoder = new PairLexicoder<>(new StringLexicoder(), new LongLexicoder());
    byte[] row = rowCoder.encode(new ComparablePair<>("sys.cpu.user", 1000L));
    byte[] value = new byte[Double.BYTES];
    ByteBuffer.wrap(value).putDouble(2.0D);
    PairLexicoder<Long, String> colQualCoder = new PairLexicoder<>(new LongLexicoder(), new StringLexicoder());
    Key k = new Key(row, "tag1=value1".getBytes(),
            colQualCoder.encode(new ComparablePair<>(new Long(1000), "tag2=value2,tag3=value3")),
            "(a&b)|(c&d)".getBytes(), 1000);
    Value v = new Value(value);
    Metric m = MetricAdapter.parse(k, v);
    Assert.assertEquals("sys.cpu.user", m.getName());
    List<Tag> tags = new ArrayList<>();
    tags.add(new Tag("tag1=value1"));
    tags.add(new Tag("tag2=value2"));
    tags.add(new Tag("tag3=value3"));
    Assert.assertEquals(tags, m.getTags());
    Assert.assertEquals(new Long(1000), m.getValue().getTimestamp());
    Assert.assertEquals(2.0D, m.getValue().getMeasure(), 0.0D);
}
 
Example 2
Source Project: timely   Source File: MetricAdapterTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@Test
public void testParseWithEscapes() throws Exception {
    PairLexicoder<String, Long> rowCoder = new PairLexicoder<>(new StringLexicoder(), new LongLexicoder());
    byte[] row = rowCoder.encode(new ComparablePair<>("sys.cpu.user", 1000L));
    byte[] value = new byte[Double.BYTES];
    ByteBuffer.wrap(value).putDouble(2.0D);
    PairLexicoder<Long, String> colQualCoder = new PairLexicoder<>(new LongLexicoder(), new StringLexicoder());
    Key k = new Key(row, "tag1=value1".getBytes(),
            colQualCoder.encode(new ComparablePair<>(new Long(1000), "tag2=test\\,value2,tag3=val\\=ue3")),
            "(a&b)|(c&d)".getBytes(), 1000);
    Value v = new Value(value);
    Metric m = MetricAdapter.parse(k, v);
    Assert.assertEquals("sys.cpu.user", m.getName());
    List<Tag> tags = new ArrayList<>();
    tags.add(new Tag("tag1=value1"));
    tags.add(new Tag("tag2=test,value2"));
    tags.add(new Tag("tag3=val\\=ue3"));
    Assert.assertEquals(tags, m.getTags());
    Assert.assertEquals(new Long(1000), m.getValue().getTimestamp());
    Assert.assertEquals(2.0D, m.getValue().getMeasure(), 0.0D);
}
 
Example 3
Source Project: timely   Source File: MetricAdapterTest.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
@Test
public void testParseWithViz() throws Exception {
    PairLexicoder<String, Long> rowCoder = new PairLexicoder<>(new StringLexicoder(), new LongLexicoder());
    byte[] row = rowCoder.encode(new ComparablePair<>("sys.cpu.user", 1000L));
    byte[] value = new byte[Double.BYTES];
    ByteBuffer.wrap(value).putDouble(2.0D);
    PairLexicoder<Long, String> colQualCoder = new PairLexicoder<>(new LongLexicoder(), new StringLexicoder());
    Key k = new Key(row, "tag1=value1".getBytes(),
            colQualCoder.encode(new ComparablePair<>(new Long(1000), "tag2=value2,tag3=value3")),
            "(a&b)|(c&d)".getBytes(), 1000);
    Value v = new Value(value);
    Metric m = MetricAdapter.parse(k, v, true);
    Assert.assertEquals("sys.cpu.user", m.getName());
    List<Tag> tags = new ArrayList<>();
    tags.add(new Tag("tag1=value1"));
    tags.add(new Tag("tag2=value2"));
    tags.add(new Tag("tag3=value3"));
    tags.add(new Tag("viz=(a&b)|(c&d)"));
    Assert.assertEquals(tags, m.getTags());
    Assert.assertEquals(new Long(1000), m.getValue().getTimestamp());
    Assert.assertEquals(2.0D, m.getValue().getMeasure(), 0.0D);
}