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org.eclipse.jst.jsf.common.metadata.query
Interface IResultSet

All Known Implementing Classes:
AbstractResultSet, EmptyResultSet

public interface IResultSet

Results from a metadata query. The resultset should be considered valid only at the time that the query is performed. Once "closed", the resultset should not be accessed again.

Not intended to be implemented directly by clients. Developers should extend AbstractResultSet instead.

Provisional API - subject to change


Method Summary
 void close ()
          Signal that the query results are no longer required allowing for any cleanup that may be required Once a resultset is closed, a MetaDataException should be thrown if the next() or hasNext() is called.
 java.util.List getResults ()
           
 boolean isClosed ()
           
 

Method Detail

getResults

java.util.List getResults()
                          throws 
MetaDataException
Returns:
unmodifiable List of results. May NOT be null. Implementer must return Collections.EMPTY_LIST instead.
Throws:
MetaDataException

close

void close()
           throws 
MetaDataException
Signal that the query results are no longer required allowing for any cleanup that may be required Once a resultset is closed, a MetaDataException should be thrown if the next() or hasNext() is called. Clients can check isClosed() first.

Throws:
MetaDataException

isClosed

boolean isClosed()
Returns:
true if this resultset has been closed.



 
 
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