Class DataDrivenTemplateIterator

  • All Implemented Interfaces:

    public final class DataDrivenTemplateIterator
    extends Object
    implements Iterator<Object>

    Throttled implementation of Iterator, meant to be queried in scenarios when an iterated context variable is allowed to be in control of the engine's throttling (i.e. the engine's execution is data-driven).

    A common scenario for this would be reactive systems executing the template engine as a part of a flow obtaining data from a data source, so that as the data is obtained, a part of the template is output containing that part of the data.

    This class is meant for internal use only from the diverse integrations of Thymeleaf in reactive architectures. There is normally no reason why a user would have to use this class directly.

    Daniel Fernández
    • Constructor Detail

      • DataDrivenTemplateIterator

        public DataDrivenTemplateIterator()
    • Method Detail

      • setSseEventsPrefix

        public void setSseEventsPrefix​(String sseEventsPrefix)
      • setSseEventsFirstID

        public void setSseEventsFirstID​(long sseEventsFirstID)
      • takeBackLastEventID

        public void takeBackLastEventID()
      • startIteration

        public void startIteration()
      • finishIteration

        public void finishIteration()
      • hasBeenQueried

        public boolean hasBeenQueried()

        Returns whether this data driven iterator has been actually queried, i.e., whether its hasNext() or next() methods have been called at least once.

        This indicates if the template has actually reached a point at which this iterator has been already needed or not. The typical use of this is to be able to switch between the "head" and the "data/buffer" phase.

        true if this iterator has been queried, false if not.
      • continueBufferExecution

        public boolean continueBufferExecution()
      • feedBuffer

        public void feedBuffer​(List<Object> newElements)
      • startHead

        public void startHead()
      • feedingComplete

        public void feedingComplete()
      • startTail

        public void startTail()
      • finishStep

        public void finishStep()
      • isStepOutputFinished

        public boolean isStepOutputFinished()