com.aspose.html.dom.xpath

Class XPathResultType

  • java.lang.Object
    • com.aspose.ms.System.ValueType<com.aspose.ms.System.Enum>
      • com.aspose.ms.System.Enum
        • com.aspose.html.dom.xpath.XPathResultType


  • public final class XPathResultType
    extends com.aspose.ms.System.Enum

    An unsigned short indicating what type of result this is. If a specific type is specified, then the result will be returned as the corresponding type, using XPath type conversions where required and possible.

    • Nested Class Summary

      • Nested classes/interfaces inherited from class com.aspose.ms.System.Enum

        com.aspose.ms.System.Enum.AbstractEnum, com.aspose.ms.System.Enum.FlaggedEnum, com.aspose.ms.System.Enum.ObjectEnum, com.aspose.ms.System.Enum.SimpleEnum
    • Field Summary

      Fields 
      Modifier and Type Field and Description
      static int Any
      This code does not represent a specific type.
      static int AnyUnorderedNode
      The result is a node set as defined by [XPath 1.0] and will be accessed as a single node, which may be null if the node set is empty.
      static int Boolean
      The result is a boolean as defined by [XPath 1.0].
      static int FirstOrderedNode
      The result is a node set as defined by [XPath 1.0] and will be accessed as a single node, which may be null if the node set is empty.
      static int Number
      The result is a number as defined by [XPath 1.0].
      static int OrderedNodeIterator
      The result is a node set as defined by [XPath 1.0] that will be accessed iteratively, which will produce document-ordered nodes.
      static int OrderedNodeSnapshot
      The result is a node set as defined by [XPath 1.0] that will be accessed as a snapshot list of nodes that will be in original document order.
      static int String
      The result is a string as defined by [XPath 1.0].
      static int UnorderedNodeIterator
      The result is a node set as defined by [XPath 1.0] that will be accessed iteratively, which may not produce nodes in a particular order.
      static int UnorderedNodeSnapshot
      The result is a node set as defined by [XPath 1.0] that will be accessed as a snapshot list of nodes that may not be in a particular order.
      • Fields inherited from class com.aspose.ms.System.Enum

        EnumSeparatorCharArray
    • Method Summary

      • Methods inherited from class com.aspose.ms.System.Enum

        Clone, CloneTo, format, format, get_Caption, get_Value, getName, getNames, getNames, getUnderlyingType, getUnderlyingType, getValue, getValues, isDefined, isDefined, isDefined, isDefined, parse, parse, parse, parse, register, toObject
    • Field Detail

      • Any

        public static final int Any

        This code does not represent a specific type. An evaluation of an XPath expression will never produce this type. If this type is requested, then the evaluation returns whatever type naturally results from evaluation of the expression. If the natural result is a node set when Any type was requested, then UnorderedNodeIterator is always the resulting type. Any other representation of a node set must be explicitly requested.

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        Constant Field Values
      • Number

        public static final int Number

        The result is a number as defined by [XPath 1.0]. Document modification does not invalidate the number, but may mean that reevaluation would not yield the same number.

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        Constant Field Values
      • String

        public static final int String

        The result is a string as defined by [XPath 1.0]. Document modification does not invalidate the string, but may mean that the string no longer corresponds to the current document.

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        Constant Field Values
      • Boolean

        public static final int Boolean

        The result is a boolean as defined by [XPath 1.0]. Document modification does not invalidate the boolean, but may mean that reevaluation would not yield the same boolean.

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        Constant Field Values
      • UnorderedNodeIterator

        public static final int UnorderedNodeIterator

        The result is a node set as defined by [XPath 1.0] that will be accessed iteratively, which may not produce nodes in a particular order. Document modification invalidates the iteration. This is the default type returned if the result is a node set and Any type is requested.

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      • OrderedNodeIterator

        public static final int OrderedNodeIterator

        The result is a node set as defined by [XPath 1.0] that will be accessed iteratively, which will produce document-ordered nodes. Document modification invalidates the iteration.

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        Constant Field Values
      • UnorderedNodeSnapshot

        public static final int UnorderedNodeSnapshot

        The result is a node set as defined by [XPath 1.0] that will be accessed as a snapshot list of nodes that may not be in a particular order. Document modification does not invalidate the snapshot but may mean that reevaluation would not yield the same snapshot and nodes in the snapshot may have been altered, moved, or removed from the document.

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      • OrderedNodeSnapshot

        public static final int OrderedNodeSnapshot

        The result is a node set as defined by [XPath 1.0] that will be accessed as a snapshot list of nodes that will be in original document order. Document modification does not invalidate the snapshot but may mean that reevaluation would not yield the same snapshot and nodes in the snapshot may have been altered, moved, or removed from the document.

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        Constant Field Values
      • AnyUnorderedNode

        public static final int AnyUnorderedNode

        The result is a node set as defined by [XPath 1.0] and will be accessed as a single node, which may be null if the node set is empty. Document modification does not invalidate the node, but may mean that the result node no longer corresponds to the current document. This is a convenience that permits optimization since the implementation can stop once any node in the resulting set has been found. If there is more than one node in the actual result, the single node returned might not be the first in document order.

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      • FirstOrderedNode

        public static final int FirstOrderedNode

        The result is a node set as defined by [XPath 1.0] and will be accessed as a single node, which may be null if the node set is empty. Document modification does not invalidate the node, but may mean that the result node no longer corresponds to the current document. This is a convenience that permits optimization since the implementation can stop once the first node in document order of the resulting set has been found. If there are more than one node in the actual result, the single node returned will be the first in document order.

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        Constant Field Values