public class

ESRIProxyURL

extends AbstractConfigurationElement
java.lang.Object
   ↳ com.microstrategy.utils.config.AbstractConfigurationElement
     ↳ com.microstrategy.web.config.esri.ESRIProxyURL

Summary

Constants
String ALWAYS_USE
String NODE_PROXY_URL
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Inherited Constants
From class com.microstrategy.utils.config.AbstractConfigurationElement
Public Constructors
ESRIProxyURL()
Public Methods
String getAlwaysUse()
void setAlwaysUse(String alwaysUse)
Protected Methods
void exportNodeValueToXML(Element element, ConfigurationSource source)
Appends the node value associated with the given source key into the given node.
String getKeyAttribute()
This method must return the attribute that uniquely identifies this element among its siblings; if no single attribute can be used, return null and override the getKey and setKey methods.
boolean useNodeValue()
Controls whether this element will use the node value as a property.
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Inherited Methods
From class com.microstrategy.utils.config.AbstractConfigurationElement
From class java.lang.Object
From interface com.microstrategy.utils.config.ConfigurationElement
From interface com.microstrategy.utils.config.ConfigurationFile

Constants

public static final String ALWAYS_USE

Constant Value: "alwaysUse"

public static final String NODE_PROXY_URL

Constant Value: "proxyURL"

Public Constructors

public ESRIProxyURL ()

Public Methods

public String getAlwaysUse ()

public void setAlwaysUse (String alwaysUse)

Protected Methods

protected void exportNodeValueToXML (Element element, ConfigurationSource source)

Appends the node value associated with the given source key into the given node. If sourceKey is null, it appends the current node value.

protected String getKeyAttribute ()

This method must return the attribute that uniquely identifies this element among its siblings; if no single attribute can be used, return null and override the getKey and setKey methods.

protected boolean useNodeValue ()

Controls whether this element will use the node value as a property. For example, nodes defined as:


  <a att="1">This is the node value</a>
 
can expose a property which will return the node's value (This is the node vale). When this is the case, though, the element can't have any sub elements. They're mutually exclusive.

Returns
  • false by default. Override this method if you want to associate the node value with some property.