Java Code Examples for org.apache.flink.runtime.operators.testutils.MutableObjectIteratorWrapper

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Example 1
@Before
public void startup() {
	// set up IO and memory manager
	this.memman = new MemoryManager(MEMORY_CAPACITY, 1);
	
	// create test objects
	this.objects = new ArrayList<Record>(20000);
	for (int i = 0; i < NUM_VALUES; ++i) {
		this.objects.add(new Record(new IntValue(i)));
	}
	
	// create the reader
	this.reader = new MutableObjectIteratorWrapper(this.objects.iterator());
}
 
Example 2
@Before
public void startup() {
	// set up IO and memory manager
	this.memman = new MemoryManager(MEMORY_CAPACITY, 1);
	this.ioman = new IOManagerAsync();

	// create test objects
	final ArrayList<Record> objects = new ArrayList<Record>(NUM_TESTRECORDS);

	for (int i = 0; i < NUM_TESTRECORDS; ++i) {
		Record tmp = new Record(new IntValue(i));
		objects.add(tmp);
	}
	this.reader = new MutableObjectIteratorWrapper(objects.iterator());
}
 
Example 3
@Before
public void startup() {
	// set up IO and memory manager
	this.memman = new MemoryManager(MEMORY_CAPACITY, 1);
	
	// create test objects
	this.objects = new ArrayList<Record>(20000);
	for (int i = 0; i < NUM_VALUES; ++i) {
		this.objects.add(new Record(new IntValue(i)));
	}
	
	// create the reader
	this.reader = new MutableObjectIteratorWrapper(this.objects.iterator());
}
 
Example 4
@Before
public void startup() {
	// set up IO and memory manager
	this.memman = new MemoryManager(MEMORY_CAPACITY, 1);
	this.ioman = new IOManagerAsync();

	// create test objects
	final ArrayList<Record> objects = new ArrayList<Record>(NUM_TESTRECORDS);

	for (int i = 0; i < NUM_TESTRECORDS; ++i) {
		Record tmp = new Record(new IntValue(i));
		objects.add(tmp);
	}
	this.reader = new MutableObjectIteratorWrapper(objects.iterator());
}
 
Example 5
@Before
public void startup() {
	// set up IO and memory manager
	this.memman = MemoryManagerBuilder.newBuilder().setMemorySize(MEMORY_CAPACITY).build();
	
	// create test objects
	this.objects = new ArrayList<Record>(20000);
	for (int i = 0; i < NUM_VALUES; ++i) {
		this.objects.add(new Record(new IntValue(i)));
	}
	
	// create the reader
	this.reader = new MutableObjectIteratorWrapper(this.objects.iterator());
}
 
Example 6
@Before
public void startup() {
	// set up IO and memory manager
	this.memman = MemoryManagerBuilder.newBuilder().setMemorySize(MEMORY_CAPACITY).build();
	this.ioman = new IOManagerAsync();

	// create test objects
	final ArrayList<Record> objects = new ArrayList<Record>(NUM_TESTRECORDS);

	for (int i = 0; i < NUM_TESTRECORDS; ++i) {
		Record tmp = new Record(new IntValue(i));
		objects.add(tmp);
	}
	this.reader = new MutableObjectIteratorWrapper(objects.iterator());
}