public class MultiRule extends Object implements ISchedulingRule
isConflicting
equivalence
relation.
A MultiRule will never contain other MultiRules as children. If a MultiRule is provided as a child, its children will be added instead.
Constructor and Description 

MultiRule(ISchedulingRule[] nestedRules)
Creates a new scheduling rule that composes a set of nested rules.

Modifier and Type  Method and Description 

static ISchedulingRule 
combine(ISchedulingRule[] ruleArray)
Returns a scheduling rule that encompasses all provided rules.

static ISchedulingRule 
combine(ISchedulingRule rule1,
ISchedulingRule rule2)
Returns a scheduling rule that encompasses both provided rules.

boolean 
contains(ISchedulingRule rule)
Returns whether this scheduling rule completely contains another scheduling
rule.

ISchedulingRule[] 
getChildren()
Returns the child rules within this rule.

boolean 
isConflicting(ISchedulingRule rule)
Returns whether this scheduling rule is compatible with another scheduling rule.

String 
toString() 
public MultiRule(ISchedulingRule[] nestedRules)
nestedRules
 the nested rules for this compound rule.public static ISchedulingRule combine(ISchedulingRule[] ruleArray)
MultiRule
. If all
provided rules are null
then the result will be
null
.ruleArray
 An array of scheduling rules, some of which may be null
null
public static ISchedulingRule combine(ISchedulingRule rule1, ISchedulingRule rule2)
MultiRule
. If both
provided rules are null
then the result will be
null
.rule1
 a scheduling rule, or null
rule2
 another scheduling rule, or null
null
public ISchedulingRule[] getChildren()
public boolean contains(ISchedulingRule rule)
ISchedulingRule
Implementations of this method must obey the rules of a partial order relation
on the set of all scheduling rules. In particular, implementations must be reflexive
(a.contains(a) is always true), antisymmetric (a.contains(b) and b.contains(a) iff a.equals(b),
and transitive (if a.contains(b) and b.contains(c), then a.contains(c)). Implementations
of this method must return false
when compared to a rule they
know nothing about.
contains
in interface ISchedulingRule
rule
 the rule to check for containmenttrue
if this rule contains the given rule, and
false
otherwise.public boolean isConflicting(ISchedulingRule rule)
ISchedulingRule
true
is returned, then no job with this rule will be run at the
same time as a job with the conflicting rule. If false
is returned,
then the job manager is free to run jobs with these rules at the same time.
Implementations of this method must be reflexive, symmetric, and consistent,
and must return false
when compared to a rule they know
nothing about.
This method must return true if calling ISchedulingRule.contains(ISchedulingRule)
on
the same rule also returns true. This is required because it would otherwise
allow two threads to be running concurrently with the same rule.
isConflicting
in interface ISchedulingRule
rule
 the rule to check for conflictstrue
if the rule is conflicting, and false
otherwise.
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