Interface Node

All Superinterfaces:
All Known Implementing Classes:
AggregateConditionNode, EJBQLAbs, EJBQLAbstractSchemaName, EJBQLAdd, EJBQLAggregate, EJBQLAggregateColumn, EJBQLAll, EJBQLAnd, EJBQLAny, EJBQLAscending, EJBQLAverage, EJBQLBetween, EJBQLBooleanLiteral, EJBQLClassName, EJBQLConcat, EJBQLConstructor, EJBQLConstructorParameter, EJBQLConstructorParameters, EJBQLCount, EJBQLCurrentDate, EJBQLCurrentTime, EJBQLCurrentTimestamp, EJBQLDbPath, EJBQLDecimalLiteral, EJBQLDelete, EJBQLDescending, EJBQLDistinct, EJBQLDivide, EJBQLEquals, EJBQLEscapeCharacter, EJBQLExists, EJBQLFrom, EJBQLFromItem, EJBQLGreaterOrEqual, EJBQLGreaterThan, EJBQLGroupBy, EJBQLHaving, EJBQLIdentificationVariable, EJBQLIdentifier, EJBQLIn, EJBQLInnerFetchJoin, EJBQLInnerJoin, EJBQLIntegerLiteral, EJBQLIsEmpty, EJBQLIsNull, EJBQLJoin, EJBQLLength, EJBQLLessOrEqual, EJBQLLessThan, EJBQLLike, EJBQLLocate, EJBQLLower, EJBQLMax, EJBQLMemberOf, EJBQLMin, EJBQLMod, EJBQLMultiply, EJBQLNamedInputParameter, EJBQLNegative, EJBQLNot, EJBQLNotEquals, EJBQLOr, EJBQLOrderBy, EJBQLOrderByItem, EJBQLOuterFetchJoin, EJBQLOuterJoin, EJBQLPath, EJBQLPatternValue, EJBQLPositionalInputParameter, EJBQLSelect, EJBQLSelectClause, EJBQLSelectExpression, EJBQLSelectExpressions, EJBQLSize, EJBQLSqrt, EJBQLStringLiteral, EJBQLSubselect, EJBQLSubstring, EJBQLSubtract, EJBQLSum, EJBQLTok, EJBQLTrim, EJBQLTrimBoth, EJBQLTrimCharacter, EJBQLTrimLeading, EJBQLTrimSpecification, EJBQLTrimTrailing, EJBQLUpdate, EJBQLUpdateField, EJBQLUpdateItem, EJBQLUpdateValue, EJBQLUpper, EJBQLWhere, SimpleNode

public interface Node
extends EJBQLExpression
A JJTree-compliant tree node interface.
  • Method Details

    • jjtOpen

      void jjtOpen()
      This method is called after the node has been made the current node. It indicates that child nodes can now be added to it.
    • jjtClose

      void jjtClose()
      This method is called after all the child nodes have been added.
    • jjtSetParent

      void jjtSetParent​(Node n)
      This pair of methods are used to inform the node of its parent.
    • jjtGetParent

      Node jjtGetParent()
    • jjtAddChild

      void jjtAddChild​(Node n, int i)
      This method tells the node to add its argument to the node's list of children.
    • jjtGetChild

      Node jjtGetChild​(int i)
      This method returns a child node. The children are numbered from zero, left to right.
    • jjtGetNumChildren

      int jjtGetNumChildren()
      Return the number of children the node has.