Class DateRangeParam

java.lang.Object
ca.uhn.fhir.rest.param.DateRangeParam
All Implemented Interfaces:
IQueryParameterAnd<DateParam>, Serializable

public class DateRangeParam
extends Object
implements IQueryParameterAnd<DateParam>
See Also:
Serialized Form
  • Constructor Details

    • DateRangeParam

      public DateRangeParam()
      Basic constructor. Values must be supplied by calling setLowerBound(DateParam) and setUpperBound(DateParam)
    • DateRangeParam

      public DateRangeParam​(Date theLowerBound, Date theUpperBound)
      Constructor which takes two Dates representing the lower and upper bounds of the range (inclusive on both ends)
      Parameters:
      theLowerBound - A qualified date param representing the lower date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
      theUpperBound - A qualified date param representing the upper date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
    • DateRangeParam

      public DateRangeParam​(DateParam theDateParam)
      Sets the range from a single date param. If theDateParam has no qualifier, treats it as the lower and upper bound (e.g. 2011-01-02 would match any time on that day). If theDateParam has a qualifier, treats it as either the lower or upper bound, with no opposite bound.
    • DateRangeParam

      public DateRangeParam​(DateParam theLowerBound, DateParam theUpperBound)
      Constructor which takes two Dates representing the lower and upper bounds of the range (inclusive on both ends)
      Parameters:
      theLowerBound - A qualified date param representing the lower date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
      theUpperBound - A qualified date param representing the upper date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
    • DateRangeParam

      public DateRangeParam​(IPrimitiveType<Date> theLowerBound, IPrimitiveType<Date> theUpperBound)
      Constructor which takes two Dates representing the lower and upper bounds of the range (inclusive on both ends)
      Parameters:
      theLowerBound - A qualified date param representing the lower date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
      theUpperBound - A qualified date param representing the upper date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
    • DateRangeParam

      public DateRangeParam​(String theLowerBound, String theUpperBound)
      Constructor which takes two strings representing the lower and upper bounds of the range (inclusive on both ends)
      Parameters:
      theLowerBound - An unqualified date param representing the lower date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
      theUpperBound - An unqualified date param representing the upper date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
  • Method Details

    • equals

      public boolean equals​(Object obj)
      Overrides:
      equals in class Object
    • getLowerBound

    • setLowerBound

      public DateRangeParam setLowerBound​(DateParam theLowerBound)
    • setLowerBound

      public DateRangeParam setLowerBound​(String theLowerBound)
      Sets the lower bound using a string that is compliant with FHIR dateTime format (ISO-8601).

      This lower bound is assumed to have a ge (greater than or equals) modifier.

      Note: An operation can take a DateRangeParam. If only a single date is provided, it will still result in a DateRangeParam where the lower and upper bounds are the same value. As such, even though the prefixes for the lower and upper bounds default to ge and le respectively, the resulting prefix is effectively eq where only a single date is provided - as required by the FHIR specificiation (i.e. "If no prefix is present, the prefix eq is assumed").

    • setLowerBoundInclusive

      public DateRangeParam setLowerBoundInclusive​(Date theLowerBound)
      Sets the lower bound to be greaterthan or equal to the given date
    • setUpperBoundInclusive

      public DateRangeParam setUpperBoundInclusive​(Date theUpperBound)
      Sets the upper bound to be greaterthan or equal to the given date
    • setLowerBoundExclusive

      public DateRangeParam setLowerBoundExclusive​(Date theLowerBound)
      Sets the lower bound to be greaterthan to the given date
    • setUpperBoundExclusive

      public DateRangeParam setUpperBoundExclusive​(Date theUpperBound)
      Sets the upper bound to be greaterthan to the given date
    • getLowerBoundAsDateInteger

      Return the current lower bound as an integer representative of the date. e.g. 2019-02-22T04:22:00-0500 -> 20120922
    • getUpperBoundAsDateInteger

      Return the current upper bound as an integer representative of the date e.g. 2019-02-22T04:22:00-0500 -> 2019122
    • getLowerBoundAsInstant

    • getUpperBound

    • setUpperBound

      public DateRangeParam setUpperBound​(String theUpperBound)
      Sets the upper bound using a string that is compliant with FHIR dateTime format (ISO-8601).

      This upper bound is assumed to have a le (less than or equals) modifier.

      Note: An operation can take a DateRangeParam. If only a single date is provided, it will still result in a DateRangeParam where the lower and upper bounds are the same value. As such, even though the prefixes for the lower and upper bounds default to ge and le respectively, the resulting prefix is effectively eq where only a single date is provided - as required by the FHIR specificiation (i.e. "If no prefix is present, the prefix eq is assumed").

    • setUpperBound

      public DateRangeParam setUpperBound​(DateParam theUpperBound)
    • getUpperBoundAsInstant

    • getValuesAsQueryTokens

      Description copied from interface: IQueryParameterAnd

      See FHIR specification 2.2.2 Search SearchParameter Types for information on the token format

      Specified by:
      getValuesAsQueryTokens in interface IQueryParameterAnd<DateParam>
    • hashCode

      public int hashCode()
      Overrides:
      hashCode in class Object
    • isEmpty

      public boolean isEmpty()
    • setRangeFromDatesInclusive

      public void setRangeFromDatesInclusive​(Date theLowerBound, Date theUpperBound)
      Sets the range from a pair of dates, inclusive on both ends
      Parameters:
      theLowerBound - A qualified date param representing the lower date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
      theUpperBound - A qualified date param representing the upper date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
    • setRangeFromDatesInclusive

      public void setRangeFromDatesInclusive​(DateParam theLowerBound, DateParam theUpperBound)
      Sets the range from a pair of dates, inclusive on both ends
      Parameters:
      theLowerBound - A qualified date param representing the lower date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
      theUpperBound - A qualified date param representing the upper date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
    • setRangeFromDatesInclusive

      public void setRangeFromDatesInclusive​(IPrimitiveType<Date> theLowerBound, IPrimitiveType<Date> theUpperBound)
      Sets the range from a pair of dates, inclusive on both ends. Note that if theLowerBound is after theUpperBound, thie method will automatically reverse the order of the arguments in order to create an inclusive range.
      Parameters:
      theLowerBound - A qualified date param representing the lower date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
      theUpperBound - A qualified date param representing the upper date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
    • setRangeFromDatesInclusive

      public void setRangeFromDatesInclusive​(String theLowerBound, String theUpperBound)
      Sets the range from a pair of dates, inclusive on both ends
      Parameters:
      theLowerBound - A qualified date param representing the lower date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
      theUpperBound - A qualified date param representing the upper date bound (optionally may include time), e.g. "2011-02-22" or "2011-02-22T13:12:00Z". Will be treated inclusively. Either theLowerBound or theUpperBound may both be populated, or one may be null, but it is not valid for both to be null.
    • setValuesAsQueryTokens

      public void setValuesAsQueryTokens​(FhirContext theContext, String theParamName, List<QualifiedParamList> theParameters) throws InvalidRequestException
      Description copied from interface: IQueryParameterAnd

      See FHIR specification 2.2.2 Search SearchParameter Types for information on the token format

      Specified by:
      setValuesAsQueryTokens in interface IQueryParameterAnd<DateParam>
      Parameters:
      theContext - TODO
      theParamName - TODO
      Throws:
      InvalidRequestException
    • toString

      public String toString()
      Overrides:
      toString in class Object