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Akonadi::SearchTerm Class Reference

#include <searchquery.h>

Inheritance diagram for Akonadi::SearchTerm:

Public Types

enum  Condition {
  CondEqual , CondGreaterThan , CondGreaterOrEqual , CondLessThan ,
  CondLessOrEqual , CondContains
enum  Relation { RelAnd , RelOr }

Public Member Functions

 SearchTerm (const QString &key, const QVariant &value, SearchTerm::Condition condition=SearchTerm::CondEqual)
 SearchTerm (const SearchTerm &other)
 SearchTerm (SearchTerm::Relation relation=SearchTerm::RelAnd)
void addSubTerm (const SearchTerm &term)
SearchTerm::Condition condition () const
bool isNegated () const
bool isNull () const
QString key () const
SearchTermoperator= (const SearchTerm &other)
bool operator== (const SearchTerm &other) const
SearchTerm::Relation relation () const
void setIsNegated (bool negated)
QList< SearchTermsubTerms () const
QVariant value () const

Detailed Description

Search term represents the actual condition within query.

SearchTerm can either have multiple subterms, or can be so-called endterm, when there are no more subterms, but instead the actual condition is specified, that is have key, value and relation between them.


Definition at line 26 of file searchquery.h.

Member Enumeration Documentation

◆ Condition

enum Akonadi::SearchTerm::Condition

Definition at line 34 of file searchquery.h.

◆ Relation

enum Akonadi::SearchTerm::Relation

Definition at line 29 of file searchquery.h.

Constructor & Destructor Documentation

◆ SearchTerm() [1/3]

SearchTerm::SearchTerm ( SearchTerm::Relation relation = SearchTerm::RelAnd)

Constructs a term where all subterms will be in given relation.

Definition at line 93 of file searchquery.cpp.

◆ SearchTerm() [2/3]

SearchTerm::SearchTerm ( const QString & key,
const QVariant & value,
SearchTerm::Condition condition = SearchTerm::CondEqual )

Constructs an end term.

Definition at line 99 of file searchquery.cpp.

◆ SearchTerm() [3/3]

SearchTerm::SearchTerm ( const SearchTerm & other)

Definition at line 108 of file searchquery.cpp.

Member Function Documentation

◆ addSubTerm()

void SearchTerm::addSubTerm ( const SearchTerm & term)

Adds a new subterm to this term.

Subterms will be in relation as specified in SearchTerm constructor.

If there are subterms in a term, key, value and condition are ignored.

Definition at line 156 of file searchquery.cpp.

◆ condition()

SearchTerm::Condition SearchTerm::condition ( ) const

Returns relation between key and value.

Definition at line 141 of file searchquery.cpp.

◆ isNegated()

bool SearchTerm::isNegated ( ) const

Returns whether the entire term is negated.

Definition at line 151 of file searchquery.cpp.

◆ isNull()

bool SearchTerm::isNull ( ) const

Definition at line 126 of file searchquery.cpp.

◆ key()

QString SearchTerm::key ( ) const

Returns key of this end term.

Definition at line 131 of file searchquery.cpp.

◆ operator=()

SearchTerm & SearchTerm::operator= ( const SearchTerm & other)

Definition at line 115 of file searchquery.cpp.

◆ operator==()

bool SearchTerm::operator== ( const SearchTerm & other) const

Definition at line 121 of file searchquery.cpp.

◆ relation()

SearchTerm::Relation SearchTerm::relation ( ) const

Returns relation in which all subterms are.

Definition at line 166 of file searchquery.cpp.

◆ setIsNegated()

void SearchTerm::setIsNegated ( bool negated)

Sets whether the entire term is negated.

Definition at line 146 of file searchquery.cpp.

◆ subTerms()

QList< SearchTerm > SearchTerm::subTerms ( ) const

Returns all subterms, or an empty list if this is an end term.

Definition at line 161 of file searchquery.cpp.

◆ value()

QVariant SearchTerm::value ( ) const

Returns value of this end term.

Definition at line 136 of file searchquery.cpp.

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