Java Code Examples for com.sun.xml.internal.bind.v2.runtime.reflect.ListIterator#hasNext()

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Example 1
protected final void serializeListBody(BeanT o, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException {
    ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

    while(itr.hasNext()) {
        try {
            ItemT item = itr.next();
            if (item != null) {
                if(isMixed && item.getClass()==String.class) {
                    w.text((String)item,null);
                } else {
                    JaxBeanInfo bi = w.grammar.getBeanInfo(item,true);
                    if(bi.jaxbType==Object.class && domHandler!=null)
                        // even if 'v' is a DOM node, it always derive from Object,
                        // so the getBeanInfo returns BeanInfo for Object
                        w.writeDom(item,domHandler,o,fieldName);
                    else
                        bi.serializeRoot(item,w);
                }
            }
        } catch (JAXBException e) {
            w.reportError(fieldName,e);
            // recover by ignoring this item
        }
    }
}
 
Example 2
protected final void serializeListBody(BeanT o, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException {
    ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

    while(itr.hasNext()) {
        try {
            ItemT item = itr.next();
            if (item != null) {
                if(isMixed && item.getClass()==String.class) {
                    w.text((String)item,null);
                } else {
                    JaxBeanInfo bi = w.grammar.getBeanInfo(item,true);
                    if(bi.jaxbType==Object.class && domHandler!=null)
                        // even if 'v' is a DOM node, it always derive from Object,
                        // so the getBeanInfo returns BeanInfo for Object
                        w.writeDom(item,domHandler,o,fieldName);
                    else
                        bi.serializeRoot(item,w);
                }
            }
        } catch (JAXBException e) {
            w.reportError(fieldName,e);
            // recover by ignoring this item
        }
    }
}
 
Example 3
protected final void serializeListBody(BeanT o, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException {
    ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

    while(itr.hasNext()) {
        try {
            ItemT item = itr.next();
            if (item != null) {
                if(isMixed && item.getClass()==String.class) {
                    w.text((String)item,null);
                } else {
                    JaxBeanInfo bi = w.grammar.getBeanInfo(item,true);
                    if(bi.jaxbType==Object.class && domHandler!=null)
                        // even if 'v' is a DOM node, it always derive from Object,
                        // so the getBeanInfo returns BeanInfo for Object
                        w.writeDom(item,domHandler,o,fieldName);
                    else
                        bi.serializeRoot(item,w);
                }
            }
        } catch (JAXBException e) {
            w.reportError(fieldName,e);
            // recover by ignoring this item
        }
    }
}
 
Example 4
protected final void serializeListBody(BeanT o, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException {
    ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

    while(itr.hasNext()) {
        try {
            ItemT item = itr.next();
            if (item != null) {
                if(isMixed && item.getClass()==String.class) {
                    w.text((String)item,null);
                } else {
                    JaxBeanInfo bi = w.grammar.getBeanInfo(item,true);
                    if(bi.jaxbType==Object.class && domHandler!=null)
                        // even if 'v' is a DOM node, it always derive from Object,
                        // so the getBeanInfo returns BeanInfo for Object
                        w.writeDom(item,domHandler,o,fieldName);
                    else
                        bi.serializeRoot(item,w);
                }
            }
        } catch (JAXBException e) {
            w.reportError(fieldName,e);
            // recover by ignoring this item
        }
    }
}
 
Example 5
protected final void serializeListBody(BeanT o, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException {
    ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

    while(itr.hasNext()) {
        try {
            ItemT item = itr.next();
            if (item != null) {
                if(isMixed && item.getClass()==String.class) {
                    w.text((String)item,null);
                } else {
                    JaxBeanInfo bi = w.grammar.getBeanInfo(item,true);
                    if(bi.jaxbType==Object.class && domHandler!=null)
                        // even if 'v' is a DOM node, it always derive from Object,
                        // so the getBeanInfo returns BeanInfo for Object
                        w.writeDom(item,domHandler,o,fieldName);
                    else
                        bi.serializeRoot(item,w);
                }
            }
        } catch (JAXBException e) {
            w.reportError(fieldName,e);
            // recover by ignoring this item
        }
    }
}
 
Example 6
protected final void serializeListBody(BeanT o, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException {
    ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

    while(itr.hasNext()) {
        try {
            ItemT item = itr.next();
            if (item != null) {
                if(isMixed && item.getClass()==String.class) {
                    w.text((String)item,null);
                } else {
                    JaxBeanInfo bi = w.grammar.getBeanInfo(item,true);
                    if(bi.jaxbType==Object.class && domHandler!=null)
                        // even if 'v' is a DOM node, it always derive from Object,
                        // so the getBeanInfo returns BeanInfo for Object
                        w.writeDom(item,domHandler,o,fieldName);
                    else
                        bi.serializeRoot(item,w);
                }
            }
        } catch (JAXBException e) {
            w.reportError(fieldName,e);
            // recover by ignoring this item
        }
    }
}
 
Example 7
protected final void serializeListBody(BeanT o, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException {
    ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

    while(itr.hasNext()) {
        try {
            ItemT item = itr.next();
            if (item != null) {
                if(isMixed && item.getClass()==String.class) {
                    w.text((String)item,null);
                } else {
                    JaxBeanInfo bi = w.grammar.getBeanInfo(item,true);
                    if(bi.jaxbType==Object.class && domHandler!=null)
                        // even if 'v' is a DOM node, it always derive from Object,
                        // so the getBeanInfo returns BeanInfo for Object
                        w.writeDom(item,domHandler,o,fieldName);
                    else
                        bi.serializeRoot(item,w);
                }
            }
        } catch (JAXBException e) {
            w.reportError(fieldName,e);
            // recover by ignoring this item
        }
    }
}
 
Example 8
protected final void serializeListBody(BeanT o, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException {
    ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

    while(itr.hasNext()) {
        try {
            ItemT item = itr.next();
            if (item != null) {
                if(isMixed && item.getClass()==String.class) {
                    w.text((String)item,null);
                } else {
                    JaxBeanInfo bi = w.grammar.getBeanInfo(item,true);
                    if(bi.jaxbType==Object.class && domHandler!=null)
                        // even if 'v' is a DOM node, it always derive from Object,
                        // so the getBeanInfo returns BeanInfo for Object
                        w.writeDom(item,domHandler,o,fieldName);
                    else
                        bi.serializeRoot(item,w);
                }
            }
        } catch (JAXBException e) {
            w.reportError(fieldName,e);
            // recover by ignoring this item
        }
    }
}
 
Example 9
protected void serializeListBody(BeanT beanT, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException, AccessorException {
        ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

        boolean isIdref = itr instanceof Lister.IDREFSIterator; // UGLY

        while(itr.hasNext()) {
            try {
                ItemT item = itr.next();
                if (item != null) {
                    Class itemType = item.getClass();
                    if(isIdref)
                        // This should be the only place where we need to be aware
                        // that the iterator is iterating IDREFS.
                        itemType = ((Lister.IDREFSIterator)itr).last().getClass();

                    // normally, this returns non-null
                    TagAndType tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    while(tt==null && itemType!=null) {
                        // otherwise we'll just have to try the slow way
                        itemType = itemType.getSuperclass();
                        tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    }

                    if(tt==null) {
                        // item is not of the expected type.
//                        w.reportError(new ValidationEventImpl(ValidationEvent.ERROR,
//                            Messages.UNEXPECTED_JAVA_TYPE.format(
//                                item.getClass().getName(),
//                                getExpectedClassNameList()
//                            ),
//                            w.getCurrentLocation(fieldName)));
//                        continue;

                        // see the similar code in SingleElementNodeProperty.
                        // for the purpose of simple type substitution, make it a non-error

                        w.startElement(typeMap.values().iterator().next().tagName,null);
                        w.childAsXsiType(item,fieldName,w.grammar.getBeanInfo(Object.class), false);
                    } else {
                        w.startElement(tt.tagName,null);
                        serializeItem(tt.beanInfo,item,w);
                    }

                    w.endElement();
                } else {
                    if(nillableTagName!=null) {
                        w.startElement(nillableTagName,null);
                        w.writeXsiNilTrue();
                        w.endElement();
                    }
                }
            } catch (JAXBException e) {
                w.reportError(fieldName,e);
                // recover by ignoring this item
            }
        }
    }
 
Example 10
protected void serializeListBody(BeanT beanT, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException, AccessorException {
        ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

        boolean isIdref = itr instanceof Lister.IDREFSIterator; // UGLY

        while(itr.hasNext()) {
            try {
                ItemT item = itr.next();
                if (item != null) {
                    Class itemType = item.getClass();
                    if(isIdref)
                        // This should be the only place where we need to be aware
                        // that the iterator is iterating IDREFS.
                        itemType = ((Lister.IDREFSIterator)itr).last().getClass();

                    // normally, this returns non-null
                    TagAndType tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    while(tt==null && itemType!=null) {
                        // otherwise we'll just have to try the slow way
                        itemType = itemType.getSuperclass();
                        tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    }

                    if(tt==null) {
                        // item is not of the expected type.
//                        w.reportError(new ValidationEventImpl(ValidationEvent.ERROR,
//                            Messages.UNEXPECTED_JAVA_TYPE.format(
//                                item.getClass().getName(),
//                                getExpectedClassNameList()
//                            ),
//                            w.getCurrentLocation(fieldName)));
//                        continue;

                        // see the similar code in SingleElementNodeProperty.
                        // for the purpose of simple type substitution, make it a non-error

                        w.startElement(typeMap.values().iterator().next().tagName,null);
                        w.childAsXsiType(item,fieldName,w.grammar.getBeanInfo(Object.class), false);
                    } else {
                        w.startElement(tt.tagName,null);
                        serializeItem(tt.beanInfo,item,w);
                    }

                    w.endElement();
                } else {
                    if(nillableTagName!=null) {
                        w.startElement(nillableTagName,null);
                        w.writeXsiNilTrue();
                        w.endElement();
                    }
                }
            } catch (JAXBException e) {
                w.reportError(fieldName,e);
                // recover by ignoring this item
            }
        }
    }
 
Example 11
protected void serializeListBody(BeanT beanT, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException, AccessorException {
        ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

        boolean isIdref = itr instanceof Lister.IDREFSIterator; // UGLY

        while(itr.hasNext()) {
            try {
                ItemT item = itr.next();
                if (item != null) {
                    Class itemType = item.getClass();
                    if(isIdref)
                        // This should be the only place where we need to be aware
                        // that the iterator is iterating IDREFS.
                        itemType = ((Lister.IDREFSIterator)itr).last().getClass();

                    // normally, this returns non-null
                    TagAndType tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    while(tt==null && itemType!=null) {
                        // otherwise we'll just have to try the slow way
                        itemType = itemType.getSuperclass();
                        tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    }

                    if(tt==null) {
                        // item is not of the expected type.
//                        w.reportError(new ValidationEventImpl(ValidationEvent.ERROR,
//                            Messages.UNEXPECTED_JAVA_TYPE.format(
//                                item.getClass().getName(),
//                                getExpectedClassNameList()
//                            ),
//                            w.getCurrentLocation(fieldName)));
//                        continue;

                        // see the similar code in SingleElementNodeProperty.
                        // for the purpose of simple type substitution, make it a non-error

                        w.startElement(typeMap.values().iterator().next().tagName,null);
                        w.childAsXsiType(item,fieldName,w.grammar.getBeanInfo(Object.class), false);
                    } else {
                        w.startElement(tt.tagName,null);
                        serializeItem(tt.beanInfo,item,w);
                    }

                    w.endElement();
                } else {
                    if(nillableTagName!=null) {
                        w.startElement(nillableTagName,null);
                        w.writeXsiNilTrue();
                        w.endElement();
                    }
                }
            } catch (JAXBException e) {
                w.reportError(fieldName,e);
                // recover by ignoring this item
            }
        }
    }
 
Example 12
protected void serializeListBody(BeanT beanT, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException, AccessorException {
        ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

        boolean isIdref = itr instanceof Lister.IDREFSIterator; // UGLY

        while(itr.hasNext()) {
            try {
                ItemT item = itr.next();
                if (item != null) {
                    Class itemType = item.getClass();
                    if(isIdref)
                        // This should be the only place where we need to be aware
                        // that the iterator is iterating IDREFS.
                        itemType = ((Lister.IDREFSIterator)itr).last().getClass();

                    // normally, this returns non-null
                    TagAndType tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    while(tt==null && itemType!=null) {
                        // otherwise we'll just have to try the slow way
                        itemType = itemType.getSuperclass();
                        tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    }

                    if(tt==null) {
                        // item is not of the expected type.
//                        w.reportError(new ValidationEventImpl(ValidationEvent.ERROR,
//                            Messages.UNEXPECTED_JAVA_TYPE.format(
//                                item.getClass().getName(),
//                                getExpectedClassNameList()
//                            ),
//                            w.getCurrentLocation(fieldName)));
//                        continue;

                        // see the similar code in SingleElementNodeProperty.
                        // for the purpose of simple type substitution, make it a non-error

                        w.startElement(typeMap.values().iterator().next().tagName,null);
                        w.childAsXsiType(item,fieldName,w.grammar.getBeanInfo(Object.class), false);
                    } else {
                        w.startElement(tt.tagName,null);
                        serializeItem(tt.beanInfo,item,w);
                    }

                    w.endElement();
                } else {
                    if(nillableTagName!=null) {
                        w.startElement(nillableTagName,null);
                        w.writeXsiNilTrue();
                        w.endElement();
                    }
                }
            } catch (JAXBException e) {
                w.reportError(fieldName,e);
                // recover by ignoring this item
            }
        }
    }
 
Example 13
protected void serializeListBody(BeanT beanT, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException, AccessorException {
        ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

        boolean isIdref = itr instanceof Lister.IDREFSIterator; // UGLY

        while(itr.hasNext()) {
            try {
                ItemT item = itr.next();
                if (item != null) {
                    Class itemType = item.getClass();
                    if(isIdref)
                        // This should be the only place where we need to be aware
                        // that the iterator is iterating IDREFS.
                        itemType = ((Lister.IDREFSIterator)itr).last().getClass();

                    // normally, this returns non-null
                    TagAndType tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    while(tt==null && itemType!=null) {
                        // otherwise we'll just have to try the slow way
                        itemType = itemType.getSuperclass();
                        tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    }

                    if(tt==null) {
                        // item is not of the expected type.
//                        w.reportError(new ValidationEventImpl(ValidationEvent.ERROR,
//                            Messages.UNEXPECTED_JAVA_TYPE.format(
//                                item.getClass().getName(),
//                                getExpectedClassNameList()
//                            ),
//                            w.getCurrentLocation(fieldName)));
//                        continue;

                        // see the similar code in SingleElementNodeProperty.
                        // for the purpose of simple type substitution, make it a non-error

                        w.startElement(typeMap.values().iterator().next().tagName,null);
                        w.childAsXsiType(item,fieldName,w.grammar.getBeanInfo(Object.class), false);
                    } else {
                        w.startElement(tt.tagName,null);
                        serializeItem(tt.beanInfo,item,w);
                    }

                    w.endElement();
                } else {
                    if(nillableTagName!=null) {
                        w.startElement(nillableTagName,null);
                        w.writeXsiNilTrue();
                        w.endElement();
                    }
                }
            } catch (JAXBException e) {
                w.reportError(fieldName,e);
                // recover by ignoring this item
            }
        }
    }
 
Example 14
protected void serializeListBody(BeanT beanT, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException, AccessorException {
        ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

        boolean isIdref = itr instanceof Lister.IDREFSIterator; // UGLY

        while(itr.hasNext()) {
            try {
                ItemT item = itr.next();
                if (item != null) {
                    Class itemType = item.getClass();
                    if(isIdref)
                        // This should be the only place where we need to be aware
                        // that the iterator is iterating IDREFS.
                        itemType = ((Lister.IDREFSIterator)itr).last().getClass();

                    // normally, this returns non-null
                    TagAndType tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    while(tt==null && itemType!=null) {
                        // otherwise we'll just have to try the slow way
                        itemType = itemType.getSuperclass();
                        tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    }

                    if(tt==null) {
                        // item is not of the expected type.
//                        w.reportError(new ValidationEventImpl(ValidationEvent.ERROR,
//                            Messages.UNEXPECTED_JAVA_TYPE.format(
//                                item.getClass().getName(),
//                                getExpectedClassNameList()
//                            ),
//                            w.getCurrentLocation(fieldName)));
//                        continue;

                        // see the similar code in SingleElementNodeProperty.
                        // for the purpose of simple type substitution, make it a non-error

                        w.startElement(typeMap.values().iterator().next().tagName,null);
                        w.childAsXsiType(item,fieldName,w.grammar.getBeanInfo(Object.class), false);
                    } else {
                        w.startElement(tt.tagName,null);
                        serializeItem(tt.beanInfo,item,w);
                    }

                    w.endElement();
                } else {
                    if(nillableTagName!=null) {
                        w.startElement(nillableTagName,null);
                        w.writeXsiNilTrue();
                        w.endElement();
                    }
                }
            } catch (JAXBException e) {
                w.reportError(fieldName,e);
                // recover by ignoring this item
            }
        }
    }
 
Example 15
protected void serializeListBody(BeanT beanT, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException, AccessorException {
        ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

        boolean isIdref = itr instanceof Lister.IDREFSIterator; // UGLY

        while(itr.hasNext()) {
            try {
                ItemT item = itr.next();
                if (item != null) {
                    Class itemType = item.getClass();
                    if(isIdref)
                        // This should be the only place where we need to be aware
                        // that the iterator is iterating IDREFS.
                        itemType = ((Lister.IDREFSIterator)itr).last().getClass();

                    // normally, this returns non-null
                    TagAndType tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    while(tt==null && itemType!=null) {
                        // otherwise we'll just have to try the slow way
                        itemType = itemType.getSuperclass();
                        tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    }

                    if(tt==null) {
                        // item is not of the expected type.
//                        w.reportError(new ValidationEventImpl(ValidationEvent.ERROR,
//                            Messages.UNEXPECTED_JAVA_TYPE.format(
//                                item.getClass().getName(),
//                                getExpectedClassNameList()
//                            ),
//                            w.getCurrentLocation(fieldName)));
//                        continue;

                        // see the similar code in SingleElementNodeProperty.
                        // for the purpose of simple type substitution, make it a non-error

                        w.startElement(typeMap.values().iterator().next().tagName,null);
                        w.childAsXsiType(item,fieldName,w.grammar.getBeanInfo(Object.class), false);
                    } else {
                        w.startElement(tt.tagName,null);
                        serializeItem(tt.beanInfo,item,w);
                    }

                    w.endElement();
                } else {
                    if(nillableTagName!=null) {
                        w.startElement(nillableTagName,null);
                        w.writeXsiNilTrue();
                        w.endElement();
                    }
                }
            } catch (JAXBException e) {
                w.reportError(fieldName,e);
                // recover by ignoring this item
            }
        }
    }
 
Example 16
protected void serializeListBody(BeanT beanT, XMLSerializer w, ListT list) throws IOException, XMLStreamException, SAXException, AccessorException {
        ListIterator<ItemT> itr = lister.iterator(list, w);

        boolean isIdref = itr instanceof Lister.IDREFSIterator; // UGLY

        while(itr.hasNext()) {
            try {
                ItemT item = itr.next();
                if (item != null) {
                    Class itemType = item.getClass();
                    if(isIdref)
                        // This should be the only place where we need to be aware
                        // that the iterator is iterating IDREFS.
                        itemType = ((Lister.IDREFSIterator)itr).last().getClass();

                    // normally, this returns non-null
                    TagAndType tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    while(tt==null && itemType!=null) {
                        // otherwise we'll just have to try the slow way
                        itemType = itemType.getSuperclass();
                        tt = typeMap.get(itemType);
                    }

                    if(tt==null) {
                        // item is not of the expected type.
//                        w.reportError(new ValidationEventImpl(ValidationEvent.ERROR,
//                            Messages.UNEXPECTED_JAVA_TYPE.format(
//                                item.getClass().getName(),
//                                getExpectedClassNameList()
//                            ),
//                            w.getCurrentLocation(fieldName)));
//                        continue;

                        // see the similar code in SingleElementNodeProperty.
                        // for the purpose of simple type substitution, make it a non-error

                        w.startElement(typeMap.values().iterator().next().tagName,null);
                        w.childAsXsiType(item,fieldName,w.grammar.getBeanInfo(Object.class), false);
                    } else {
                        w.startElement(tt.tagName,null);
                        serializeItem(tt.beanInfo,item,w);
                    }

                    w.endElement();
                } else {
                    if(nillableTagName!=null) {
                        w.startElement(nillableTagName,null);
                        w.writeXsiNilTrue();
                        w.endElement();
                    }
                }
            } catch (JAXBException e) {
                w.reportError(fieldName,e);
                // recover by ignoring this item
            }
        }
    }