Java Code Examples for org.springframework.expression.spel.SpelMessage#NOT_COMPARABLE

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Example 1
@Override
@SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
public int compare(@Nullable Object left, @Nullable Object right) throws SpelEvaluationException {
	// If one is null, check if the other is
	if (left == null) {
		return (right == null ? 0 : -1);
	}
	else if (right == null) {
		return 1;  // left cannot be null at this point
	}

	// Basic number comparisons
	if (left instanceof Number && right instanceof Number) {
		Number leftNumber = (Number) left;
		Number rightNumber = (Number) right;

		if (leftNumber instanceof BigDecimal || rightNumber instanceof BigDecimal) {
			BigDecimal leftBigDecimal = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(leftNumber, BigDecimal.class);
			BigDecimal rightBigDecimal = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(rightNumber, BigDecimal.class);
			return leftBigDecimal.compareTo(rightBigDecimal);
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Double || rightNumber instanceof Double) {
			return Double.compare(leftNumber.doubleValue(), rightNumber.doubleValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Float || rightNumber instanceof Float) {
			return Float.compare(leftNumber.floatValue(), rightNumber.floatValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof BigInteger || rightNumber instanceof BigInteger) {
			BigInteger leftBigInteger = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(leftNumber, BigInteger.class);
			BigInteger rightBigInteger = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(rightNumber, BigInteger.class);
			return leftBigInteger.compareTo(rightBigInteger);
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Long || rightNumber instanceof Long) {
			// Don't call Long.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.longValue(), rightNumber.longValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Integer || rightNumber instanceof Integer) {
			// Don't call Integer.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.intValue(), rightNumber.intValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Short || rightNumber instanceof Short) {
			// Don't call Short.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.shortValue(), rightNumber.shortValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Byte || rightNumber instanceof Byte) {
			// Don't call Short.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.byteValue(), rightNumber.byteValue());
		}
		else {
			// Unknown Number subtypes -> best guess is double multiplication
			return Double.compare(leftNumber.doubleValue(), rightNumber.doubleValue());
		}
	}

	try {
		if (left instanceof Comparable) {
			return ((Comparable<Object>) left).compareTo(right);
		}
	}
	catch (ClassCastException ex) {
		throw new SpelEvaluationException(ex, SpelMessage.NOT_COMPARABLE, left.getClass(), right.getClass());
	}

	throw new SpelEvaluationException(SpelMessage.NOT_COMPARABLE, left.getClass(), right.getClass());
}
 
Example 2
@Override
@SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
public int compare(@Nullable Object left, @Nullable Object right) throws SpelEvaluationException {
	// If one is null, check if the other is
	if (left == null) {
		return (right == null ? 0 : -1);
	}
	else if (right == null) {
		return 1;  // left cannot be null at this point
	}

	// Basic number comparisons
	if (left instanceof Number && right instanceof Number) {
		Number leftNumber = (Number) left;
		Number rightNumber = (Number) right;

		if (leftNumber instanceof BigDecimal || rightNumber instanceof BigDecimal) {
			BigDecimal leftBigDecimal = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(leftNumber, BigDecimal.class);
			BigDecimal rightBigDecimal = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(rightNumber, BigDecimal.class);
			return leftBigDecimal.compareTo(rightBigDecimal);
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Double || rightNumber instanceof Double) {
			return Double.compare(leftNumber.doubleValue(), rightNumber.doubleValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Float || rightNumber instanceof Float) {
			return Float.compare(leftNumber.floatValue(), rightNumber.floatValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof BigInteger || rightNumber instanceof BigInteger) {
			BigInteger leftBigInteger = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(leftNumber, BigInteger.class);
			BigInteger rightBigInteger = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(rightNumber, BigInteger.class);
			return leftBigInteger.compareTo(rightBigInteger);
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Long || rightNumber instanceof Long) {
			// Don't call Long.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.longValue(), rightNumber.longValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Integer || rightNumber instanceof Integer) {
			// Don't call Integer.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.intValue(), rightNumber.intValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Short || rightNumber instanceof Short) {
			// Don't call Short.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.shortValue(), rightNumber.shortValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Byte || rightNumber instanceof Byte) {
			// Don't call Short.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.byteValue(), rightNumber.byteValue());
		}
		else {
			// Unknown Number subtypes -> best guess is double multiplication
			return Double.compare(leftNumber.doubleValue(), rightNumber.doubleValue());
		}
	}

	try {
		if (left instanceof Comparable) {
			return ((Comparable<Object>) left).compareTo(right);
		}
	}
	catch (ClassCastException ex) {
		throw new SpelEvaluationException(ex, SpelMessage.NOT_COMPARABLE, left.getClass(), right.getClass());
	}

	throw new SpelEvaluationException(SpelMessage.NOT_COMPARABLE, left.getClass(), right.getClass());
}
 
Example 3
@Override
@SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
public int compare(Object left, Object right) throws SpelEvaluationException {
	// If one is null, check if the other is
	if (left == null) {
		return (right == null ? 0 : -1);
	}
	else if (right == null) {
		return 1;  // left cannot be null at this point
	}

	// Basic number comparisons
	if (left instanceof Number && right instanceof Number) {
		Number leftNumber = (Number) left;
		Number rightNumber = (Number) right;

		if (leftNumber instanceof BigDecimal || rightNumber instanceof BigDecimal) {
			BigDecimal leftBigDecimal = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(leftNumber, BigDecimal.class);
			BigDecimal rightBigDecimal = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(rightNumber, BigDecimal.class);
			return leftBigDecimal.compareTo(rightBigDecimal);
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Double || rightNumber instanceof Double) {
			return Double.compare(leftNumber.doubleValue(), rightNumber.doubleValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Float || rightNumber instanceof Float) {
			return Float.compare(leftNumber.floatValue(), rightNumber.floatValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof BigInteger || rightNumber instanceof BigInteger) {
			BigInteger leftBigInteger = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(leftNumber, BigInteger.class);
			BigInteger rightBigInteger = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(rightNumber, BigInteger.class);
			return leftBigInteger.compareTo(rightBigInteger);
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Long || rightNumber instanceof Long) {
			// Don't call Long.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.longValue(), rightNumber.longValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Integer || rightNumber instanceof Integer) {
			// Don't call Integer.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.intValue(), rightNumber.intValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Short || rightNumber instanceof Short) {
			// Don't call Short.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.shortValue(), rightNumber.shortValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Byte || rightNumber instanceof Byte) {
			// Don't call Short.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.byteValue(), rightNumber.byteValue());
		}
		else {
			// Unknown Number subtypes -> best guess is double multiplication
			return Double.compare(leftNumber.doubleValue(), rightNumber.doubleValue());
		}
	}

	try {
		if (left instanceof Comparable) {
			return ((Comparable<Object>) left).compareTo(right);
		}
	}
	catch (ClassCastException ex) {
		throw new SpelEvaluationException(ex, SpelMessage.NOT_COMPARABLE, left.getClass(), right.getClass());
	}

	throw new SpelEvaluationException(SpelMessage.NOT_COMPARABLE, left.getClass(), right.getClass());
}
 
Example 4
@Override
@SuppressWarnings("unchecked")
public int compare(Object left, Object right) throws SpelEvaluationException {
	// If one is null, check if the other is
	if (left == null) {
		return (right == null ? 0 : -1);
	}
	else if (right == null) {
		return 1;  // left cannot be null at this point
	}

	// Basic number comparisons
	if (left instanceof Number && right instanceof Number) {
		Number leftNumber = (Number) left;
		Number rightNumber = (Number) right;

		if (leftNumber instanceof BigDecimal || rightNumber instanceof BigDecimal) {
			BigDecimal leftBigDecimal = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(leftNumber, BigDecimal.class);
			BigDecimal rightBigDecimal = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(rightNumber, BigDecimal.class);
			return leftBigDecimal.compareTo(rightBigDecimal);
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Double || rightNumber instanceof Double) {
			return Double.compare(leftNumber.doubleValue(), rightNumber.doubleValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Float || rightNumber instanceof Float) {
			return Float.compare(leftNumber.floatValue(), rightNumber.floatValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof BigInteger || rightNumber instanceof BigInteger) {
			BigInteger leftBigInteger = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(leftNumber, BigInteger.class);
			BigInteger rightBigInteger = NumberUtils.convertNumberToTargetClass(rightNumber, BigInteger.class);
			return leftBigInteger.compareTo(rightBigInteger);
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Long || rightNumber instanceof Long) {
			// Don't call Long.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.longValue(), rightNumber.longValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Integer || rightNumber instanceof Integer) {
			// Don't call Integer.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.intValue(), rightNumber.intValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Short || rightNumber instanceof Short) {
			// Don't call Short.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.shortValue(), rightNumber.shortValue());
		}
		else if (leftNumber instanceof Byte || rightNumber instanceof Byte) {
			// Don't call Short.compare here - only available on JDK 1.7+
			return compare(leftNumber.byteValue(), rightNumber.byteValue());
		}
		else {
			// Unknown Number subtypes -> best guess is double multiplication
			return Double.compare(leftNumber.doubleValue(), rightNumber.doubleValue());
		}
	}

	try {
		if (left instanceof Comparable) {
			return ((Comparable<Object>) left).compareTo(right);
		}
	}
	catch (ClassCastException ex) {
		throw new SpelEvaluationException(ex, SpelMessage.NOT_COMPARABLE, left.getClass(), right.getClass());
	}

	throw new SpelEvaluationException(SpelMessage.NOT_COMPARABLE, left.getClass(), right.getClass());
}