Interface Event

    • Method Detail

      • getRequester

        SimpleObjectRef getRequester()
        Entity that requested the operation that resulted in the event being generated. May be null if unknown.
      • getRequesterOid

        default String getRequesterOid()
        OID of the requester
      • getRequestee

        SimpleObjectRef getRequestee()
        Entity that is the object of this event or the "owner" of the object of this event. Typically it is the user that we'd like to send the notification to. For example: - for model notifications: the focal object - for resource object (account) notifications: resource object (account) owner - workflow notifications: the object of the approval case - certification notifications: campaign owner or reviewer (depending on the kind of event) May be null if unknown.
      • requesteeIs

        default boolean requesteeIs​(Class<?> type)
        true if requestee is of give type
      • requesteeIsUser

        default boolean requesteeIsUser()
      • getRequesteeObject

        ObjectType getRequesteeObject()
        resolved requestee object (or null)
      • getRequesteeDisplayName

        PolyStringType getRequesteeDisplayName()
        display name of the requestee (or null)
      • getRequesteeOid

        default String getRequesteeOid()
        OID of the requestee
      • isStatusType

        boolean isStatusType​(EventStatusType eventStatus)
        true if the status of the operation that caused this event corresponds to the specified one
      • isOperationType

        boolean isOperationType​(EventOperationType eventOperation)
        true if the type of the operation that caused this event corresponds to the specified one
      • isCategoryType

        boolean isCategoryType​(EventCategoryType eventCategory)
        true if the category of the event matches the specified one
      • isUserRelated

        boolean isUserRelated()
        true if the object of the event is of UserType Currently applies only to ModelEvent and CustomEvent. TODO specify semantics of this method more precisely; see also MID-4598
      • isAccountRelated

        default boolean isAccountRelated()
      • isWorkItemRelated

        default boolean isWorkItemRelated()
      • isWorkflowProcessRelated

        default boolean isWorkflowProcessRelated()
      • isWorkflowRelated

        default boolean isWorkflowRelated()
      • isPolicyRuleRelated

        default boolean isPolicyRuleRelated()
      • isCertCampaignStageRelated

        default boolean isCertCampaignStageRelated()
      • isAdd

        default boolean isAdd()
      • isModify

        default boolean isModify()
      • isDelete

        default boolean isDelete()
      • isSuccess

        default boolean isSuccess()
      • isAlsoSuccess

        default boolean isAlsoSuccess()
      • isFailure

        default boolean isFailure()
      • isOnlyFailure

        default boolean isOnlyFailure()
      • isInProgress

        default boolean isInProgress()
      • isRelatedToItem

        boolean isRelatedToItem​(ItemPath itemPath)
        Checks if the event is related to an item with a given path. The meaning of the result depends on a kind of event (focal, resource object, workflow) and on operation (add, modify, delete). Namely, this method is currently defined for ADD and MODIFY (not for DELETE) operations, for focal and resource objects events (not for workflow ones). For MODIFY it checks whether an item with a given path is touched. For ADD it checks whether there is a value for an item with a given path in the object created. For unsupported events the method returns false. Paths are compared without taking ID segments into account. EXPERIMENTAL; does not always work (mainly for values being deleted)
      • getChannel

        String getChannel()
        channel that was used to initiate the operation that caused this event
      • getStatusAsText

        String getStatusAsText()
        textual representation of event status TODO consider what to do with this
      • getAdHocHandler

        EventHandlerType getAdHocHandler()
        If needed, we can prescribe the handler that should process this event. It is recommended only for ad-hoc situations. A better is to define handlers in system configuration.
      • getFocusPassword

        default String getFocusPassword()
        Returns plaintext focus password value, if known. Beware: might not always work correctly: 1. If the change execution was only partially successful, the value returned might or might not be stored in the repo 2. If the password was changed to null, the 'null' value is returned. So the caller cannot distinguish it from "no change" situation. A new method for this would be needed.