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Lift Framework example source code file (MappedTime.scala)

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The Lift Framework MappedTime.scala source code

 * Copyright 2006-2011 WorldWide Conferencing, LLC
 * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
 * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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package net.liftweb
package mapper

import java.sql.{ResultSet, Types}
import java.util.Date
import java.lang.reflect.Method

import net.liftweb._
import util._
import common._
import Helpers._
import http._
import S._
import js._
import json._

import scala.xml.{NodeSeq}

 * Represents a time with hour, minute and second fields. The underlying type is
 * java.util.Date to keep things simple, but be aware that the date portion of the
 * values will most likely be discarded when this is saved to the database.
 * @see MappedDateTime
 * @see MappedDate

abstract class MappedTime[T<:Mapper[T]](val fieldOwner: T) extends MappedField[Date, T] {
  private val data = FatLazy(defaultValue)
  private val orgData = FatLazy(defaultValue)

   * This method defines the string parsing semantics of this field. Used in setFromAny.
   * By default uses LiftRules.dateTimeConverter's parseTime; override for field-specific behavior
  def parse(s: String): Box[Date] = LiftRules.dateTimeConverter().parseTime(s)
   * This method defines the string parsing semantics of this field. Used in toString, _toForm.
   * By default uses LiftRules.dateTimeConverter's formatTime; override for field-specific behavior
  def format(d: Date): String = LiftRules.dateTimeConverter().formatTime(d)

  protected def real_i_set_!(value: Date): Date = {
    if (value != data.get) {
      data() = value
      this.dirty_?( true)

  def dbFieldClass = classOf[Date]

  def toLong: Long = is match {
    case null => 0L
    case d: Date => d.getTime / 1000L

  def asJsExp: JsExp = JE.Num(toLong)

  def asJsonValue: Box[JsonAST.JValue] = Full(is match {
    case null => JsonAST.JNull
    case x => JsonAST.JInt(x.getTime)

   * Get the JDBC SQL Type for this field
  def targetSQLType = Types.TIME

  def defaultValue: Date = null
  // private val defaultValue_i = new Date

  override def writePermission_? = true
  override def readPermission_? = true

  protected def i_is_! = data.get
  protected def i_was_! = orgData.get
  protected[mapper] def doneWithSave() {orgData.setFrom(data)}

  protected def i_obscure_!(in : Date) : Date = {
    new Date(0L)

   * Create an input field for the item
  override def _toForm: Box[NodeSeq] =
  S.fmapFunc({s: List[String] => this.setFromAny(s)}){funcName =>
  Full(appendFieldId(<input type={formInputType}
                     value={is match {case null => "" case s => format(s)}}/>))

  override def setFromAny(f : Any): Date = f match {
    case JsonAST.JNull => this.set(null)
    case JsonAST.JInt(v) => this.set(new Date(v.longValue))
    case "" | null => this.set(null)
    case s: String => parse(s).map(s => this.set(s)).openOr(this.is)
    case x :: _ => setFromAny(x)
    case d: Date => this.set(d)
    case Some(d: Date) => this.set(d)
    case Full(d: Date) => this.set(d)
    case None | Empty | Failure(_, _, _) => this.set(null)
    case f => toDate(f).map(d => this.set(d)).openOr(this.is)

  def jdbcFriendly(field : String) : Object = is match {
    case null => null
    case d => new java.sql.Time(d.getTime)

  def real_convertToJDBCFriendly(value: Date): Object = if (value == null) null else new java.sql.Time(value.getTime)

  private def st(in: Box[Date]): Unit =
  in match {
    case Full(d) => data.set(d); orgData.set(d)
    case _ => data.set(null); orgData.set(null)

  def buildSetActualValue(accessor: Method, v: AnyRef, columnName: String): (T, AnyRef) => Unit =
  (inst, v) => doField(inst, accessor, {case f: MappedTime[T] => f.st(toDate(v))})

  def buildSetLongValue(accessor: Method, columnName: String): (T, Long, Boolean) => Unit =
  (inst, v, isNull) => doField(inst, accessor, {case f: MappedTime[T] => f.st(if (isNull) Empty else Full(new Date(v)))})

  def buildSetStringValue(accessor: Method, columnName: String): (T, String) => Unit =
  (inst, v) => doField(inst, accessor, {case f: MappedTime[T] => f.st(toDate(v))})

  def buildSetDateValue(accessor: Method, columnName: String): (T, Date) => Unit =
  (inst, v) => doField(inst, accessor, {case f: MappedTime[T] => f.st(Full(v))})

  def buildSetBooleanValue(accessor: Method, columnName: String): (T, Boolean, Boolean) => Unit =
  (inst, v, isNull) => doField(inst, accessor, {case f: MappedTime[T] => f.st(Empty)})

   * Given the driver type, return the string required to create the column in the database
  def fieldCreatorString(dbType: DriverType, colName: String): String = colName + " " + dbType.timeColumnType + notNullAppender()
  override def toString = if(is==null) "NULL" else format(is)

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