Java Code Examples for org.reflections.scanners.MethodParameterScanner

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Example 1
public Set<String> getConfigs() {
    Set<String> configs = new HashSet<>();
    Reflections reflections = new Reflections(new ConfigurationBuilder().setUrls(ClasspathHelper.forPackage(pacakgePath)).setScanners(new MethodParameterScanner()));
    Set<Method> methodsAnnotatedWith = reflections.getMethodsWithAnyParamAnnotated(ParamsValidate.class);
    Iterator<Method> it = methodsAnnotatedWith.iterator();
    while (it.hasNext()) {
        Method method = it.next();
        String classAndMethod = method.getDeclaringClass().getCanonicalName() + "." + method.getName();
        //生成expression配置
        String expression = "execution (* " + classAndMethod + "(..))";
        configs.add(expression);
    }
    return configs;
}
 
Example 2
Source Project: typesafeconfig-guice   Source File: TypesafeConfigModule.java    License: Apache License 2.0 5 votes vote down vote up
public static Reflections createPackageScanningReflections(String packageNamePrefix){
	ConfigurationBuilder configBuilder =
			new ConfigurationBuilder()
					.filterInputsBy(new FilterBuilder().includePackage(packageNamePrefix))
					.setUrls(ClasspathHelper.forPackage(packageNamePrefix))
					.setScanners(
							new TypeAnnotationsScanner(),
							new MethodParameterScanner(),
							new MethodAnnotationsScanner(),
							new FieldAnnotationsScanner()
					);
	return new Reflections(configBuilder);
}
 
Example 3
/**
 * Initializes the instance based on what is returned by {@link #ignoreAllAnnotationsAssociatedWithTheseProjectClasses()}
 * and {@link #specificAnnotationDeclarationExclusionsForProject()}. This is time consuming and should only be done
 * once per project if possible - see the usage info in the {@link ReflectionBasedJsr303AnnotationTrollerBase}
 * class-level javadocs.
 *
 * <p>The given set of extra packages for constraint annotation searching will be passed into {@link
 * #getFinalPackagesToSearchForConstraintAnnotations(Set)} to generate the final set of packages that are searched.
 * If you don't want the {@link #DEFAULT_CONSTRAINT_SEARCH_PACKAGES} default packages to be searched you can
 * override {@link #getDefaultPackagesToSearchForConstraintAnnotations()}.
 */
public ReflectionBasedJsr303AnnotationTrollerBase(Set<String> extraPackagesForConstraintAnnotationSearch) {

    /*
     * Set up the {@link #ignoreAllAnnotationsAssociatedWithTheseClasses} and
     * {@link #specificAnnotationDeclarationsExcludedFromStrictMessageRequirement} fields so we know which
     * annotations are project-relevant vs. unit-test-only.
     */
    ignoreAllAnnotationsAssociatedWithTheseClasses =
        new ArrayList<>(setupIgnoreAllAnnotationsAssociatedWithTheseClasses());
    specificAnnotationDeclarationsExcludedFromStrictMessageRequirement =
        new ArrayList<>(setupSpecificAnnotationDeclarationExclusions());

    /*
     * Set up the {@link #reflections}, {@link #constraintAnnotationClasses}, and
     * {@link #allConstraintAnnotationsMasterList} fields. This is where the crazy reflection magic happens to troll
     * the project for the JSR 303 annotation declarations.
     */
    // Create the ConfigurationBuilder to search the relevant set of packages.
    ConfigurationBuilder configurationBuilder = new ConfigurationBuilder();
    for (String packageToAdd : getFinalPackagesToSearchForConstraintAnnotations(
        extraPackagesForConstraintAnnotationSearch)) {
        configurationBuilder.addUrls(ClasspathHelper.forPackage(packageToAdd));
    }

    // Create the Reflections object so it scans for all validation annotations we care about and all project
    //      classes that might have annotations on them.
    reflections = new Reflections(configurationBuilder.setScanners(
        new SubTypesScanner(), new MethodParameterScanner(), new TypeAnnotationsScanner(),
        new MethodAnnotationsScanner(), new FieldAnnotationsScanner()
    ));

    // Gather the list of all JSR 303 validation annotations in the project. Per the JSR 303 spec this is any
    //      annotation class type that is marked with @Constraint.
    constraintAnnotationClasses = new ArrayList<>();
    for (Class<?> constraintAnnotatedType : reflections.getTypesAnnotatedWith(Constraint.class, true)) {
        if (constraintAnnotatedType.isAnnotation()) {
            //noinspection unchecked
            constraintAnnotationClasses.add((Class<? extends Annotation>) constraintAnnotatedType);
        }
    }

    // We're not done gathering validation annotations though, unfortunately. JSR 303 also says that *any*
    //      annotation (whether it is a Constraint or not) that has a value field that returns an array of actual
    //      Constraints is treated as a "multi-value constraint", and the validation processor will run each
    //      of the Constraints in the array as if they were declared separately on the annotated element. Therefore,
    //      we have to dig through all the annotations in the project, find any that fall into this "multi-value
    //      constraint" category, and include them in our calculations.
    for (Class<? extends Annotation> annotationClass : reflections.getSubTypesOf(Annotation.class)) {
        if (isMultiValueConstraintClass(annotationClass))
            constraintAnnotationClasses.add(annotationClass);
    }

    // Setup the master constraint list
    allConstraintAnnotationsMasterList =
        new ArrayList<>(setupAllConstraintAnnotationsMasterList(reflections, constraintAnnotationClasses));

    /*
     * Finally use the info we've gathered/constructed previously to populate the
     * {@link #projectRelevantConstraintAnnotationsExcludingUnitTestsList} field, which is the main chunk of data
     * that extensions of this class will care about.
     */
    projectRelevantConstraintAnnotationsExcludingUnitTestsList = Collections.unmodifiableList(
        getSubAnnotationListUsingExclusionFilters(allConstraintAnnotationsMasterList,
                                                  ignoreAllAnnotationsAssociatedWithTheseClasses,
                                                  specificAnnotationDeclarationsExcludedFromStrictMessageRequirement));
}
 
Example 4
Source Project: Smack   Source File: SmackIntegrationTestFramework.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
public synchronized TestRunResult run()
        throws KeyManagementException, NoSuchAlgorithmException, SmackException, IOException, XMPPException,
        InterruptedException, InstantiationException, IllegalAccessException, IllegalArgumentException, InvocationTargetException {
    // The DNS resolver is not really a per sinttest run setting. It is not even a per connection setting. Instead
    // it is a global setting, but we treat it like a per sinttest run setting.
    switch (config.dnsResolver) {
    case minidns:
        MiniDnsResolver.setup();
        break;
    case javax:
        JavaxResolver.setup();
        break;
    case dnsjava:
        DNSJavaResolver.setup();
        break;
    }
    testRunResult = new TestRunResult();

    // Create a connection manager *after* we created the testRunId (in testRunResult).
    this.connectionManager = new XmppConnectionManager(this);

    LOGGER.info("SmackIntegrationTestFramework [" + testRunResult.testRunId + ']' + ": Starting\nSmack version: " + SmackConfiguration.getVersion());
    if (config.debugger != Configuration.Debugger.none) {
        // JUL Debugger will not print any information until configured to print log messages of
        // level FINE
        // TODO configure JUL for log?
        SmackConfiguration.addDisabledSmackClass("org.jivesoftware.smack.debugger.JulDebugger");
        SmackConfiguration.DEBUG = true;
    }
    if (config.replyTimeout > 0) {
        SmackConfiguration.setDefaultReplyTimeout(config.replyTimeout);
    }
    if (config.securityMode != SecurityMode.required && config.accountRegistration == AccountRegistration.inBandRegistration) {
        AccountManager.sensitiveOperationOverInsecureConnectionDefault(true);
    }
    // TODO print effective configuration

    String[] testPackages;
    if (config.testPackages == null || config.testPackages.isEmpty()) {
        testPackages = new String[] { "org.jivesoftware.smackx", "org.jivesoftware.smack" };
    }
    else {
        testPackages = config.testPackages.toArray(new String[config.testPackages.size()]);
    }
    Reflections reflections = new Reflections(testPackages, new SubTypesScanner(),
                    new TypeAnnotationsScanner(), new MethodAnnotationsScanner(), new MethodParameterScanner());
    Set<Class<? extends AbstractSmackIntegrationTest>> inttestClasses = reflections.getSubTypesOf(AbstractSmackIntegrationTest.class);
    Set<Class<? extends AbstractSmackLowLevelIntegrationTest>> lowLevelInttestClasses = reflections.getSubTypesOf(AbstractSmackLowLevelIntegrationTest.class);

    Set<Class<? extends AbstractSmackIntTest>> classes = new HashSet<>(inttestClasses.size()
                    + lowLevelInttestClasses.size());
    classes.addAll(inttestClasses);
    classes.addAll(lowLevelInttestClasses);

    {
        // Remove all abstract classes.
        // TODO: This may be a good candidate for Java stream filtering once Smack is Android API 24 or higher.
        Iterator<Class<? extends AbstractSmackIntTest>> it = classes.iterator();
        while (it.hasNext()) {
            Class<? extends AbstractSmackIntTest> clazz = it.next();
            if (Modifier.isAbstract(clazz.getModifiers())) {
                it.remove();
            }
        }
    }

    if (classes.isEmpty()) {
        throw new IllegalStateException("No test classes found");
    }

    LOGGER.info("SmackIntegrationTestFramework [" + testRunResult.testRunId
                    + "]: Finished scanning for tests, preparing environment");
    environment = prepareEnvironment();

    try {
        runTests(classes);
    }
    catch (Throwable t) {
        // Log the thrown Throwable to prevent it being shadowed in case the finally block below also throws.
        LOGGER.log(Level.SEVERE, "Unexpected abort because runTests() threw throwable", t);
        throw t;
    }
    finally {
        // Ensure that the accounts are deleted and disconnected before we continue
        connectionManager.disconnectAndCleanup();
    }

    return testRunResult;
}
 
Example 5
Source Project: tutorials   Source File: ReflectionsApp.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
public Set<Method> getMethodsWithDateParam() {
    Reflections reflections = new Reflections(java.text.SimpleDateFormat.class, new MethodParameterScanner());
    Set<Method> methodsSet = reflections.getMethodsMatchParams(Date.class);
    return methodsSet;
}
 
Example 6
Source Project: tutorials   Source File: ReflectionsApp.java    License: MIT License 4 votes vote down vote up
public Set<Method> getMethodsWithVoidReturn() {
    Reflections reflections = new Reflections(java.text.SimpleDateFormat.class, new MethodParameterScanner());
    Set<Method> methodsSet = reflections.getMethodsReturn(void.class);
    return methodsSet;
}