Interface ISetProperty<S,​E>

    • Method Detail

      • getElementType

        Object getElementType()
        Returns the type of the elements in the collection or null if untyped
        Returns:
        the type of the elements in the collection or null if untyped
      • getSet

        Set<E> getSet​(S source)
        Returns an unmodifiable Set with the current contents of the source's set property
        Parameters:
        source - the property source (may be null)
        Returns:
        an unmodifiable Set with the current contents of the source's set property
        Since:
        1.3
      • setSet

        void setSet​(S source,
                    Set<E> set)
        Updates the property on the source with the specified change.

        Note: This method is made available to facilitate basic property access. However if the property source lacks property change notification, then observables on the source object may not be notified of the change. In most cases it is preferable to modify the source through an IObservableSet than through the property directly.

        Parameters:
        source - the property source (may be null)
        set - the new set
        Since:
        1.3
      • updateSet

        void updateSet​(S source,
                       SetDiff<E> diff)
        Updates the property on the source with the specified change.

        Note: This method is made available to facilitate basic property access. However if the property source lacks property change notification, then observables on the source object may not be notified of the change. In most cases it is preferable to modify the source through an IObservableSet than through the property directly.

        Parameters:
        source - the property source (may be null)
        diff - a diff describing the change
        Since:
        1.3
      • observe

        IObservableSet<E> observe​(S source)
        Returns an observable set observing this set property on the given property source
        Parameters:
        source - the property source
        Returns:
        an observable set observing this set property on the given property source
      • observe

        IObservableSet<E> observe​(Realm realm,
                                  S source)
        Returns an observable set observing this set property on the given property source
        Parameters:
        realm - the observable's realm
        source - the property source
        Returns:
        an observable set observing this set property on the given property source
      • setFactory

        IObservableFactory<S,​IObservableSet<E>> setFactory()
        Returns a factory for creating observable sets tracking this property of a particular property source.
        Returns:
        a factory for creating observable sets tracking this property of a particular property source.
      • setFactory

        IObservableFactory<S,​IObservableSet<E>> setFactory​(Realm realm)
        Returns a factory for creating observable sets in the given realm, tracking this property of a particular property source.
        Parameters:
        realm - the realm
        Returns:
        a factory for creating observable sets in the given realm, tracking this property of a particular property source.
      • observeDetail

        <U extends SIObservableSet<E> observeDetail​(IObservableValue<U> master)
        Returns an observable set on the master observable's realm which tracks this property of the current value of master.
        Parameters:
        master - the master observable
        Returns:
        an observable set on the given realm which tracks this property of the current value of master.
      • values

        <T> IMapProperty<S,​E,​T> values​(IValueProperty<? super E,​T> detailValues)
        Returns the nested combination of this property and the specified detail value property. Note that because this property is a projection of value properties over a set, the only modifications supported are through the IObservableMap.put(Object, Object) and Map.putAll(java.util.Map) methods. In the latter case, this property does not put entries for keys not already in the master key set. Modifications made through the returned property are delegated to the detail property, using the corresponding set element from the master property as the source.
        Parameters:
        detailValues - the detail property
        Returns:
        the nested combination of the master set and detail value properties