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SDO_DAS_DataFactory::addPropertyToType

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SDO_DAS_DataFactory::addPropertyToType Adds a property to a type

Description

void SDO_DAS_DataFactory::addPropertyToType ( string $parent_type_namespace_uri , string $parent_type_name , string $property_name , string $type_namespace_uri , string $type_name [, array $options ] )
Warning

This function is EXPERIMENTAL. The behaviour of this function, its name, and surrounding documentation may change without notice in a future release of PHP. This function should be used at your own risk.

Adds a property to a type. The type must already be known to the SDO_DAS_DataFactory (i.e. have been added using addType()). The property becomes a property of the type. This is how the graph model for the structure of an SDO_DataObject is built.

Parameters

parent_type_namespace_uri

The namespace URI for the parent type.

parent_type_name

The type name for the parent type.

property_name

The name by which the property will be known in the parent type.

type_namespace_uri

The namespace URI for the type of the property.

type_name

The type name for the type of the property

options

This array holds one or more key=>value pairs to set attribute values for the property. The optional keywords are:

many

A flag to say whether the property is many-valued. A value of 'true' adds the property as a many-valued property (default is 'false').

readOnly

A flag to say whether the property is read-only. A value of 'true' means the property value cannot be modified through the SDO application APIs (default is 'false').

containment

A flag to say whether the property is contained by the parent. A value of 'true' means the property is contained by the parent. A value of 'false' results in a non-containment reference (default is 'true'). This flag is only interpreted when adding properties which are data object types, otherwise it is ignored.

default

A default value for the property. Omitting this key means that the property does not have a default value. A property can only have a default value if it is a single-valued data type (primitive).

Return Values

None.

Changelog

Version Description
0.5.2 Optional parameters many, readOnly, and containment deprecated in favour of the options array.

Examples

Example #1 A SDO_DAS_DataFactory::addPropertyToType() example

The following adds an 'addressline' property to a Person type. The person type is identified by its namespace, 'PersonNS', and type name, 'PersonType'. The type of the 'addressline' property is a many-valued SDO data type (primitive) with namespace 'commonj.sdo' and type name 'String'.

<?php
  $df
->addPropertyToType('PersonNS''PersonType',
    
'addressline''commonj.sdo''String', array('many'=>true));
?>

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