Class ReferencingFunctions

Object
WeakBase
CalcAddins
ReferencingFunctions
All Implemented Interfaces:
XLocalizable, XService­Info, XService­Name, XType­Provider, XInterface, XWeak, XReferencing

public class ReferencingFunctions extends CalcAddins implements XReferencing
Implements the XReferencing methods to make available to Apache OpenOffice.
Since:
0.8

Defined in the sis-openoffice module

  • Constructor Details

    • ReferencingFunctions

      public ReferencingFunctions(XComponentContext context)
      Constructs an implementation of XReferencing interface.
      Parameters:
      context - the value to assign to the Calc­Addins​.context field.
  • Method Details

    • getServiceName

      public String getServiceName()
      The service name that can be used to create such an object by a factory.
      Specified by:
      get­Service­Name in interface XService­Name
      Specified by:
      get­Service­Name in class Calc­Addins
      Returns:
      unique name of the service.
    • getImplementationName

      public String getImplementationName()
      Provides the implementation name of the service.
      Specified by:
      get­Implementation­Name in interface XService­Info
      Returns:
      unique name of the implementation.
    • getName

      public String getName(String codeOrPath)
      Returns the identified object name from an authority code.
      Specified by:
      get­Name in interface XReferencing
      Parameters:
      code­Or­Path - the code allocated by an authority, or the path to a file.
      Returns:
      the object name.
    • getScope

      public String getScope(String codeOrPath)
      Returns the identified object scope from an authority code.
      Specified by:
      get­Scope in interface XReferencing
      Parameters:
      code­Or­Path - the code allocated by an authority, or the path to a file.
      Returns:
      the object scope.
    • getDomainOfValidity

      public String getDomainOfValidity(String codeOrPath)
      Returns the domain of validity from an authority code.
      Specified by:
      get­Domain­Of­Validity in interface XReferencing
      Parameters:
      code­Or­Path - the code allocated by an authority, or the path to a file.
      Returns:
      the domain of validity.
    • getGeographicArea

      public double[][] getGeographicArea(String codeOrPath)
      Returns the domain of validity as a geographic bounding box for an identified object. This method returns a 2×2 matrix: the first row contains the latitude and longitude of upper left corner, and the second row contains the latitude and longitude of bottom right corner. Units are degrees.
      Specified by:
      get­Geographic­Area in interface XReferencing
      Parameters:
      code­Or­Path - the code allocated by an authority, or the path to a file.
      Returns:
      the object bounding box.
    • getAxis

      public String getAxis(String codeOrPath, int dimension)
      Returns the axis name and units for the specified dimension in a coordinate reference system or coordinate system. This method returns a short axis name as used in Well Known Text (WKT) format, for example "Latitude" instead of "Geodetic latitude".
      Specified by:
      get­Axis in interface XReferencing
      Parameters:
      code­Or­Path - the code allocated by an authority, or the path to a file.
      dimension - the dimension (1, 2, …).
      Returns:
      the name of the requested axis.
    • getAccuracy

      public double getAccuracy(String sourceCRS, String targetCRS, Object areaOfInterest) throws IllegalArgumentException
      Returns the accuracy of a transformation between two coordinate reference systems.
      Specified by:
      get­Accuracy in interface XReferencing
      Parameters:
      source­CRS - the authority code for the source coordinate reference system.
      target­CRS - the authority code for the target coordinate reference system.
      area­Of­Interest - an optional bounding box of source coordinates to transform.
      Returns:
      the operation accuracy.
      Throws:
      Illegal­Argument­Exception - if points is not a double[][] value or void.
    • transformPoints

      public double[][] transformPoints(String sourceCRS, String targetCRS, double[][] points)
      Transforms coordinates from the specified source CRS to the specified target CRS.
      Specified by:
      transform­Points in interface XReferencing
      Parameters:
      source­CRS - the authority code for the source coordinate reference system.
      target­CRS - the authority code for the target coordinate reference system.
      points - the coordinates to transform.
      Returns:
      the transformed coordinates.
    • transformEnvelope

      public double[][] transformEnvelope(String sourceCRS, String targetCRS, double[][] envelope)
      Transforms an envelope from the specified source CRS to the specified target CRS.
      Specified by:
      transform­Envelope in interface XReferencing
      Parameters:
      source­CRS - the authority code for the source coordinate reference system.
      target­CRS - the authority code for the target coordinate reference system.
      envelope - points inside the envelope to transform.
      Returns:
      the transformed envelope.
    • parseAngle

      public double[][] parseAngle(String[][] text, Object pattern, Object locale) throws IllegalArgumentException
      Converts text in degrees-minutes-seconds to an angle in decimal degrees. See Angle­Format for pattern description.
      Specified by:
      parse­Angle in interface XReferencing
      Parameters:
      text - the text to be converted to an angle.
      pattern - an optional text that describes the format (example: "D°MM.m'").
      locale - the convention to use (e.g. decimal separator symbol).
      Returns:
      the angle parsed as a number.
      Throws:
      Illegal­Argument­Exception - if pattern is not a string value or void.
    • formatAngle

      public String[][] formatAngle(double[][] value, Object pattern, Object locale) throws IllegalArgumentException
      Converts an angle to text according to a given format. This method uses the pattern described by Angle­Format with the following extension:
      • If the pattern ends with E or W, then the angle is formatted as a longitude.
      • If the pattern ends with N or S, then the angle is formatted as a latitude.
      Specified by:
      format­Angle in interface XReferencing
      Parameters:
      value - the angle value (in decimal degrees) to be converted.
      pattern - an optional text that describes the format (example: "D°MM.m'").
      locale - the convention to use (e.g. decimal separator symbol).
      Returns:
      the angle formatted as a string.
      Throws:
      Illegal­Argument­Exception - if pattern is not a string value or void.