- All Implemented Interfaces:
public class ReflectiveObjectPersister
- extends AbstractObjectPersister
- implements ObjectPersister
Uses Hibernate metadata to persist imported objects. This code is a direct port of the old import code that was
scattered between ReverseDatabinder and poorly factored helper classes. Hopefully, though, it is a lot easier
to understand encapsulated here.
Limitations: the ReflectiveObjectPersister is NOT generic enough to persist anything you throw at it. It
makes assumptions about the objects that are true of most Confluence hibernate objects: including the presence
of an ID of type Long. Types that the reflective persister can not handle will need their own specific persister,
|Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
public static final org.slf4j.Logger log
public ReflectiveObjectPersister(LabelManager labelManager,
public List<TransientHibernateHandle> persist(ImportProcessorContext context,
- Description copied from interface:
- Persist a given imported object.
- Specified by:
persist in interface
context - the context of the current import operation
importedObject - the object to save.
- a list of handles of the objects that were saved. If IDs are being rewritten on import, this list should
still contain the pre-rewriting ID as it appears in the backup file
Exception - if something goes wrong. To avoid duplication of "wrap everything in one exception type" code
in every persister, it is assumed wrapping happens at a higher level.
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