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Lift Framework example source code file (BsonRecordField.scala)

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box, box, bsonmetarecord, bsonrecord, bsonrecord, dbobject, jarray, jnothing, jvalue, jvalue, manifest, ownertype, ownertype, subrecordtype

The Lift Framework BsonRecordField.scala source code

 * Copyright 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.
 * You may obtain a copy of the License at
 *     http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
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package net.liftweb
package mongodb
package record
package field

import common._
import http.js.JsExp
import http.js.JE.JsNull
import json.JsonAST._
import json.Printer

import net.liftweb.record._
import com.mongodb._

import scala.xml._

/** Field that contains an entire record represented as an inline object value. Inspired by JSONSubRecordField */
class BsonRecordField[OwnerType <: BsonRecord[OwnerType], SubRecordType <: BsonRecord[SubRecordType]]
                        (rec: OwnerType, valueMeta: BsonMetaRecord[SubRecordType])(implicit subRecordType: Manifest[SubRecordType])
  extends Field[SubRecordType, OwnerType]
  with MandatoryTypedField[SubRecordType]
  def this(rec: OwnerType, valueMeta: BsonMetaRecord[SubRecordType], value: SubRecordType)
          (implicit subRecordType: Manifest[SubRecordType]) = {
      this(rec, value.meta)

  def this(rec: OwnerType, valueMeta: BsonMetaRecord[SubRecordType], value: Box[SubRecordType])
          (implicit subRecordType: Manifest[SubRecordType]) = {
      this(rec, valueMeta)

  def owner = rec
  def asJs = asJValue match {
    case JNothing => JsNull
    case jv => new JsExp {
      lazy val toJsCmd = Printer.compact(render(jv))
  def toForm: Box[NodeSeq] = Empty
  def defaultValue = valueMeta.createRecord

  def setFromString(s: String): Box[SubRecordType] = valueMeta.fromJsonString(s)

  def setFromAny(in: Any): Box[SubRecordType] = in match {
    case dbo: DBObject => setBox(Full(valueMeta.fromDBObject(dbo)))
    case _ => genericSetFromAny(in)

  def asJValue: JValue = valueBox.map(_.asJValue) openOr (JNothing: JValue)
  def setFromJValue(jvalue: JValue): Box[SubRecordType] = jvalue match {
    case JNothing|JNull if optional_? => setBox(Empty)
    case _ => setBox(valueMeta.fromJValue(jvalue))

 * List of BsonRecords
class BsonRecordListField[OwnerType <: BsonRecord[OwnerType], SubRecordType <: BsonRecord[SubRecordType]]
  (rec: OwnerType, valueMeta: BsonMetaRecord[SubRecordType])
  extends MongoListField[OwnerType, SubRecordType](rec: OwnerType) {

  import scala.collection.JavaConversions._

  override def asDBObject: DBObject = {
    val dbl = new BasicDBList
    value.foreach { v => dbl.add(v.asDBObject) }

  override def setFromDBObject(dbo: DBObject): Box[List[SubRecordType]] =
    setBox(Full(dbo.keySet.toList.map(k => {

  override def asJValue = JArray(value.map(_.asJValue))

  override def setFromJValue(jvalue: JValue) = jvalue match {
    case JNothing|JNull if optional_? => setBox(Empty)
    case JArray(arr) => setBox(Full(arr.map( jv => {
      valueMeta.fromJValue(jv) openOr valueMeta.createRecord
    case other => setBox(FieldHelpers.expectedA("JArray", other))

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