Source Code for Connector/J 8.0.31 - User API

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Java source code files for Connector/J 8.0 User API module are:

com/mysql/cj/xdevapi/DbDoc.java

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 *
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 */

package com.mysql.cj.xdevapi;

import java.util.Map;

/**
 * The <b>object</b> representation of a JSON document.
 * 
 * <p>
 * JSON document examples:
 * </p>
 * 
 * <pre>
 *   {}
 *   or
 *   {key : value}
 *   or
 *   {key : value, key : value, ...}
 * </pre>
 * <p>
 * <b>key</b> is a JSON <b>string</b>.
 * </p>
 * <p>
 * <b>value</b> is any one of JSON <b>object</b>, <b>array</b>, <b>number</b>, <b>string</b>, true, false, null.
 * </p>
 * 
 * <p>
 * Example of a valid JSON document:
 * </p>
 * 
 * <pre>
 * {
 * "field1" : "value 1",
 * "field2" : 1.234544E+26,
 * "field3" : true,
 * "field4" : false,
 * "field5" : null,
 * "field6" : {
 *            "inner field 1" : "inner value 1",
 *            "inner field 2" : 2,
 *            "inner field 3" : true,
 *            "inner field 4" : false,
 *            "inner field 5" : null,
 *            "inner field 6" : [],
 *            "inner field 7" : {}
 *            },
 * "field7" : ["arr1", 3, true, false, null, [], {}]
 * }
 * </pre>
 * 
 * To create {@link DbDoc} from existing string representation you could use the JsonParser.parseDoc(java.io.StringReader) method:
 * 
 * <pre>
 * DbDoc doc = JsonParser.parseDoc(new StringReader(&quot;{\&quot;key1\&quot; : \&quot;value1\&quot;}&quot;));
 * </pre>
 * 
 * To construct a JSON document you can use the DbDoc, JsonString, JsonNumber, JsonArray, or JsonLiteral method. To get
 * a JSON string representation use the toString() method. For example, to get the document shown above:
 * 
 * <pre>
 * DbDoc doc = new DbDocImpl().add(&quot;field1&quot;, new JsonString().setValue(&quot;value 1&quot;)).add(&quot;field2&quot;, new JsonNumber().setValue(&quot;12345.44E22&quot;))
 *         .add(&quot;field3&quot;, JsonLiteral.TRUE).add(&quot;field4&quot;, JsonLiteral.FALSE).add(&quot;field5&quot;, JsonLiteral.NULL)
 *         .add(&quot;field6&quot;,
 *                 new DbDocImpl().add(&quot;inner field 1&quot;, new JsonString().setValue(&quot;inner value 1&quot;)).add(&quot;inner field 2&quot;, new JsonNumber().setValue(&quot;2&quot;))
 *                         .add(&quot;inner field 3&quot;, JsonLiteral.TRUE).add(&quot;inner field 4&quot;, JsonLiteral.FALSE).add(&quot;inner field 5&quot;, JsonLiteral.NULL)
 *                         .add(&quot;inner field 6&quot;, new JsonArray()).add(&quot;inner field 7&quot;, new DbDocImpl()))
 *         .add(&quot;field7&quot;, new JsonArray().addValue(new JsonString().setValue(&quot;arr1&quot;)).addValue(new JsonNumber().setValue(&quot;3&quot;)).addValue(JsonLiteral.TRUE)
 *                 .addValue(JsonLiteral.FALSE).addValue(JsonLiteral.NULL).addValue(new JsonArray()).addValue(new DbDocImpl()));
 * 
 * doc.toString();
 * </pre>
 */
public interface DbDoc extends JsonValue, Map<String, JsonValue> {

    /**
     * Add {@link JsonValue} to the top-level document hierarchy.
     * 
     * @param key
     *            field key
     * @param val
     *            field value
     * @return {@link DbDoc}
     */
    DbDoc add(String key, JsonValue val);

}

com/mysql/cj/xdevapi/DbDoc.java

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