java.lang.Object
org.odpi.openmetadata.frameworks.governanceaction.properties.ValidMetadataValue
Direct Known Subclasses:
ValidMetadataValueDetail

public class ValidMetadataValue extends Object
ValidMetadataValue provides the properties for a valid metadata value. The preferredValue is the value that is used in the open metadata property.
  • Constructor Details

    • ValidMetadataValue

      public ValidMetadataValue()
      Constructor
    • ValidMetadataValue

      public ValidMetadataValue(ValidMetadataValue template)
      Copy/clone constructor
      Parameters:
      template - object to copy
  • Method Details

    • getCategory

      public String getCategory()
      Return the category of reference data.
      Returns:
      string name
    • setCategory

      public void setCategory(String category)
      Set up the category of reference data.
      Parameters:
      category - string name
    • getDisplayName

      public String getDisplayName()
      Returns the stored display name property for the valid value. If no display name is available then null is returned.
      Returns:
      String name
    • setDisplayName

      public void setDisplayName(String displayName)
      Set up the stored display name property for the valid value.
      Parameters:
      displayName - String name
    • getDescription

      public String getDescription()
      Returns the stored description property for the valid value. If no description is provided then null is returned.
      Returns:
      description String text
    • setDescription

      public void setDescription(String description)
      Set up the stored description property associated with the valid value.
      Parameters:
      description - String text
    • getPreferredValue

      public String getPreferredValue()
      Return the preferred values to use in implementations (normally used with definitions)
      Returns:
      String value
    • setPreferredValue

      public void setPreferredValue(String preferredValue)
      Set up the preferred values to use in implementations (normally used with definitions)
      Parameters:
      preferredValue - String value
    • getIsDeprecated

      public boolean getIsDeprecated()
      Is the valid value deprecated?
      Returns:
      boolean flag
    • setIsDeprecated

      public void setIsDeprecated(boolean deprecated)
      Set whether the valid value is deprecated or not. Default is false.
      Parameters:
      deprecated - boolean flag
    • getIsCaseSensitive

      public boolean getIsCaseSensitive()
      Return whether this valid value is case-sensitive, or will match irrespective of case.
      Returns:
      boolean flag
    • setIsCaseSensitive

      public void setIsCaseSensitive(boolean caseSensitive)
      Set up whether this valid value is case-sensitive, or will match irrespective of case.
      Parameters:
      caseSensitive - boolean flag
    • setAdditionalProperties

      public void setAdditionalProperties(Map<String,String> additionalProperties)
      Set up additional properties.
      Parameters:
      additionalProperties - Additional properties object
    • getAdditionalProperties

      public Map<String,String> getAdditionalProperties()
      Return a copy of the additional properties. Null means no additional properties are available.
      Returns:
      AdditionalProperties
    • getEffectiveFrom

      public Date getEffectiveFrom()
      Return the date/time that this element is effective from (null means effective from the epoch).
      Returns:
      date object
    • setEffectiveFrom

      public void setEffectiveFrom(Date effectiveFrom)
      Set up the date/time that this element is effective from (null means effective from the epoch).
      Parameters:
      effectiveFrom - date object
    • getEffectiveTo

      public Date getEffectiveTo()
      Return the date/time that element is effective to (null means that it is effective indefinitely into the future).
      Returns:
      date object
    • setEffectiveTo

      public void setEffectiveTo(Date effectiveTo)
      Set the date/time that element is effective to (null means that it is effective indefinitely into the future).
      Parameters:
      effectiveTo - date object
    • toString

      public String toString()
      Generate a string containing the properties.
      Overrides:
      toString in class Object
      Returns:
      string value
    • equals

      public boolean equals(Object objectToCompare)
      Compare the values of the supplied object with those stored in the current object.
      Overrides:
      equals in class Object
      Parameters:
      objectToCompare - supplied object
      Returns:
      boolean result of comparison
    • hashCode

      public int hashCode()
      Return hash code based on properties.
      Overrides:
      hashCode in class Object
      Returns:
      int