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Lift Framework example source code file (MongoFieldFlavor.scala)

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The Lift Framework MongoFieldFlavor.scala source code

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package net.liftweb 
package mongodb 
package record 
package field 

import net.liftweb.common.{Box, Empty, Failure, Full}
import net.liftweb.http.js.JE.{JsNull, JsRaw}
import net.liftweb.json.Printer
import net.liftweb.json.JsonAST._

import com.mongodb.DBObject

* Describes common aspects related to Mongo fields
trait MongoFieldFlavor[MyType] {

  * convert this field's value into a DBObject so it can be stored in Mongo.
  def asDBObject: DBObject

  // set this field's value using a DBObject returned from Mongo.
  def setFromDBObject(obj: DBObject): Box[MyType]

  * Returns the field's value as a valid JavaScript expression
  def asJs = asJValue match {
    case JNothing => JsNull
    case jv => JsRaw(Printer.compact(render(jv)))

  /** Encode the field value into a JValue */
  def asJValue: JValue


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