Class Time

    • Constructor Detail

      • Time

        public Time()
      • Time

        public Time​(java.util.Calendar cal)
        Creates a new Time instance using the specified calendar instance as the time value to send.
        cal - the time value.
    • Method Detail

      • getTime

        public java.util.Date getTime()
        Returns the local time or null if the time hasn't been set.
        the local time.
      • setTime

        public void setTime​(java.util.Date time)
        Sets the time using the local time.
        time - the current local time.
      • getUtc

        public java.lang.String getUtc()
        Returns the time as a UTC formatted String using the format CCYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssZ.
        the time as a UTC formatted String.
      • setUtc

        public void setUtc​(java.lang.String utc)
        Sets the time using UTC formatted String in the format CCYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssZ.
        utc - the time using a formatted String.
      • getTzo

        public java.lang.String getTzo()
        Returns the time zone.
        the time zone.
      • setTzo

        public void setTzo​(java.lang.String tzo)
        Sets the time zone offset.
        tzo - the time zone offset.
      • getIQChildElementBuilder

        protected IQ.IQChildElementXmlStringBuilder getIQChildElementBuilder​(IQ.IQChildElementXmlStringBuilder buf)
        Description copied from class: IQ
        This method must be overwritten by IQ subclasses to create their child content. It is important you don't use the builder to add the final end tag. This will be done automatically by IQ.IQChildElementXmlStringBuilder after eventual existing ExtensionElements have been added.

        For example to create an IQ with a extra attribute and an additional child element

         <iq to='' id='123'>
           <bar xmlns='example:bar' extraAttribute='blaz'>
        the body of the getIQChildElementBuilder looks like
         // The builder 'xml' will already have the child element and the 'xmlns' attribute added
         // So the current builder state is "<bar xmlns='example:bar'"
         xml.attribute("extraAttribute", "blaz");
         xml.element("extraElement", "elementText");
         // Do not close the 'bar' attribute by calling xml.closeElement('bar')
        If your IQ only contains attributes and no child elements, i.e. it can be represented as empty element, then you can mark it as such.
         xml.attribute("myAttribute", "myAttributeValue");
        If your IQ does not contain any attributes or child elements (besides ExtensionElements), consider sub-classing SimpleIQ instead.
        Specified by:
        getIQChildElementBuilder in class IQ
        buf - a pre-created builder which already has the child element and the 'xmlns' attribute set.
        the build to create the IQ child content.