Java Code Examples for info.aduna.lang.FileFormat

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Example 1
private FileFormatServiceRegistry<? extends FileFormat, ?> getRegistryInstance(SparqlQueryType queryType) {
	switch(queryType){
		case TUPLE_QUERY: return TupleQueryResultWriterRegistry.getInstance();
		case GRAPH_QUERY: return RDFWriterRegistry.getInstance();
		case BOOLEAN_QUERY: return BooleanQueryResultWriterRegistry.getInstance();
	}
	return null;
}
 
Example 2
Source Project: database   Source File: AcceptHeaderFactory.java    License: GNU General Public License v2.0 3 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * Return a set of accept header values annotated with quality scores.
 * 
 * @param formats
 *            The set of formats which can be accepted.
 * @param preferredFormat
 *            The preferred format (optional).
 *            
 * @return The list of accept header values with quality scores.
 */
public static <T extends FileFormat> List<String> getAcceptParams(
        final Iterable<T> formats,
        final T preferredFormat) {
    
    final List<String> acceptParams = new LinkedList<String>();

    for (T format : formats) {
        
        // Determine a q-value that reflects the user specified preference
        int qValue = defaultQValue;

        if (preferredFormat != null && !preferredFormat.equals(format)) {
            // Prefer specified format over other formats
            qValue -= 2;
        }

        for (String mimeType : format.getMIMETypes()) {

            // Default is the bare mime type
            String acceptParam = mimeType;

            if (qValue < 10) {
            
                // Annotate with the factional quality score.
                acceptParam += ";q=0." + qValue;
                
            }

            acceptParams.add(acceptParam);
            
        }

    }

    return acceptParams;

}