com.atlassian.jira.issue.search.util
Interface SearchSortUtil

All Known Implementing Classes:
SearchSortUtilImpl

public interface SearchSortUtil

Looks at the current search sorts on a query and will add the default JIRA search sorts (issue key or none if there is a text search included in the query) if there are no user specified sorts.

Since:
v4.0

Field Summary
static java.lang.String SORTER_FIELD
           
static java.lang.String SORTER_ORDER
           
 
Method Summary
 java.util.List<SearchSort> concatSearchSorts(java.util.Collection<SearchSort> newSorts, java.util.Collection<SearchSort> oldSorts, int maxLength)
          Concatenate the new search sorts and the old search sorts returning a list of sorts that is only of size maxLength.
 OrderBy getOrderByClause(java.util.Map parameterMap)
          This method is used to convert incomming, request-style, parameters into SearchSort objects.
 java.util.List<SearchSort> getSearchSorts(Query query)
           
 java.util.List<SearchSort> mergeSearchSorts(com.opensymphony.user.User user, java.util.Collection<SearchSort> newSorts, java.util.Collection<SearchSort> oldSorts, int maxLength)
          Combine the new search sorts and the old search sorts returning a list of sorts that is only of size maxLength.
 

Field Detail

SORTER_ORDER

static final java.lang.String SORTER_ORDER
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Constant Field Values

SORTER_FIELD

static final java.lang.String SORTER_FIELD
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Constant Field Values
Method Detail

mergeSearchSorts

@NotNull
java.util.List<SearchSort> mergeSearchSorts(com.opensymphony.user.User user,
                                                    java.util.Collection<SearchSort> newSorts,
                                                    java.util.Collection<SearchSort> oldSorts,
                                                    int maxLength)
Combine the new search sorts and the old search sorts returning a list of sorts that is only of size maxLength. Old sorts will fall off the end of the list first. If there are any sorts that are duplicated (the field is mentioned again, sort order not taken into account), then the old sort reference will not be mentioned and will be replaced with the new sort in the correct position in the list.

Parameters:
user - performing the search
newSorts - the new sorts that should go in the front of the sort list; must not be null
oldSorts - the old sorts that should be in the end of the sort list; may be null
maxLength - the max size of the produced list
Returns:
a list of search sorts that contains the newest and oldest sorts respecting the max length.

getSearchSorts

java.util.List<SearchSort> getSearchSorts(Query query)

getOrderByClause

@NotNull
OrderBy getOrderByClause(java.util.Map parameterMap)
This method is used to convert incomming, request-style, parameters into SearchSort objects.

Parameters:
parameterMap - contains 0 or many "sorter/order" and "sorter/field" parameters that will be converted into a search sort. The field is the System/Custom field name and will be converted by this method into the JQL Primary clause name. The reason for this is that we need to support "old (pre 4.0)" URL parameters and these contain the field id, not the clause name. Since the UI is the only thing producing these parameters we decided to leave it generating the field id. When sorts are specified in JQL they will be in clause names.
Returns:
an OrderBy that can be used to populate a Query which contains alist of SearchSort's that relate to the passed in parameters. Will be an order by with empty sorts if there are no search sorts in the parameters.

concatSearchSorts

@NotNull
java.util.List<SearchSort> concatSearchSorts(java.util.Collection<SearchSort> newSorts,
                                                     java.util.Collection<SearchSort> oldSorts,
                                                     int maxLength)
Concatenate the new search sorts and the old search sorts returning a list of sorts that is only of size maxLength. Old sorts will fall off the end of the list first.

Parameters:
newSorts - the new sorts that should go in the front of the sort list; must not be null
oldSorts - the old sorts that should be in the end of the sort list; may be null
maxLength - the max size of the produced list
Returns:
a list of search sorts that contains the newest and oldest sorts respecting the max length.


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