Class MultiProperty

All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, Cloneable, Comparable<JMeterProperty>, Iterable<JMeterProperty>, JMeterProperty
Direct Known Subclasses:
CollectionProperty, MapProperty, TestElementProperty

public abstract class MultiProperty extends AbstractProperty implements Iterable<JMeterProperty>
For JMeterProperties that hold multiple properties within, provides a simple interface for retrieving a property iterator for the sub values.
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  • Constructor Details

    • MultiProperty

      protected MultiProperty()
    • MultiProperty

      protected MultiProperty(String name)
  • Method Details

    • iterator

      public abstract PropertyIterator iterator()
      Get the property iterator to iterate through the sub-values of this JMeterProperty.
      Specified by:
      iterator in interface Iterable<JMeterProperty>
      an iterator for the sub-values of this property
    • addProperty

      public abstract void addProperty(JMeterProperty prop)
      Add a property to the collection.
      prop - the JMeterProperty to add
    • clear

      public abstract void clear()
      Clear away all values in the property.
    • setRunningVersion

      public void setRunningVersion(boolean running)
      Description copied from class: AbstractProperty
      Make the property a running version or turn it off as the running version. A property that is made a running version will preserve the current state in such a way that it is retrievable by a future call to 'recoverRunningVersion()'. Additionally, a property that is a running version will resolve all functions prior to returning it's property value. A non-running version property will return functions as their uncompiled string representation.
      Specified by:
      setRunningVersion in interface JMeterProperty
      setRunningVersion in class AbstractProperty
      running - flag whether this property is a running version
    • recoverRunningVersionOfSubElements

      protected void recoverRunningVersionOfSubElements(org.apache.jmeter.testelement.TestElement owner)
    • mergeIn

      public void mergeIn(JMeterProperty prop)
      Description copied from class: AbstractProperty
      Take the given property object and merge it's value with the current property object. For most property types, this will simply be ignored. But for collection properties and test element properties, more complex behavior is required.
      Specified by:
      mergeIn in interface JMeterProperty
      mergeIn in class AbstractProperty
      prop - the property object to merge into this property