Interface XReferencing

All Superinterfaces:
XInterface
All Known Implementing Classes:
Referencing­Functions

public interface XReferencing extends XInterface
Services from the org​.apache​.sis​.referencing package to be exported to Apache OpenOffice or LibreOffice.

This interface is derived from the XReferencing​.idl file by first compiling with the javamaker tool provided in OpenOffice SDK, then disassembling the output using the javap tool provided in Java SDK. This source file exists only for convenience: for avoiding that IDEs report errors, and opportunistically for Javadoc purpose. But the XReferencing​.class file compiled from this source file must be overwritten by the XReferencing​.class file generated by javamaker. See application/sis-openoffice/src/main/unopkg/build-instruction​.html for more information.

Since:
0.8

Defined in the sis-openoffice module

  • Method Summary

    Modifier and Type
    Method
    Description
    String[][]
    format­Angle(double[][] value, Object pattern, Object locale)
    Converts an angle to text according to a given format.
    double
    get­Accuracy(String source­CRS, String target­CRS, Object area­Of­Interest)
    Returns the accuracy of a transformation between two coordinate reference systems.
    get­Axis(String code­Or­Path, int dimension)
    Returns the axis name and units for the specified dimension in a coordinate reference system or coordinate system.
    Returns the domain of validity as country or region names for an identified object.
    double[][]
    get­Geographic­Area(String code­Or­Path)
    Returns the domain of validity as a geographic bounding box for an identified object.
    get­Name(String code­Or­Path)
    Returns the identified object name from an authority code.
    get­Scope(String code­Or­Path)
    Returns the scope of an identified object.
    double[][]
    parse­Angle(String[][] text, Object pattern, Object locale)
    Converts text in degrees-minutes-seconds to an angle in decimal degrees.
    double[][]
    transform­Envelope(String source­CRS, String target­CRS, double[][] envelope)
    Transforms an envelope from the specified source CRS to the specified target CRS.
    double[][]
    transform­Points(String source­CRS, String target­CRS, double[][] points)
    Transforms coordinates from the specified source CRS to the specified target CRS.
  • Method Details

    • getName

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

      String getScope(String codeOrPath)
      Returns the scope of an identified object.
      Parameters:
      code­Or­Path - the code allocated by an authority, or the path to a file.
      Returns:
      the object scope.
    • getDomainOfValidity

      String getDomainOfValidity(String codeOrPath)
      Returns the domain of validity as country or region names for an identified object.
      Parameters:
      code­Or­Path - the code allocated by an authority, or the path to a file.
      Returns:
      the domain of validity.
    • getGeographicArea

      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.
      Parameters:
      code­Or­Path - the code allocated by an authority, or the path to a file.
      Returns:
      the object bounding box.
    • getAccuracy

      double getAccuracy(String sourceCRS, String targetCRS, Object areaOfInterest) throws IllegalArgumentException
      Returns the accuracy of a transformation between two coordinate reference systems.
      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.
    • getAxis

      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".
      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.
    • transformPoints

      double[][] transformPoints(String sourceCRS, String targetCRS, double[][] points)
      Transforms coordinates from the specified source CRS to the specified target CRS.
      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

      double[][] transformEnvelope(String sourceCRS, String targetCRS, double[][] envelope)
      Transforms an envelope from the specified source CRS to the specified target CRS.
      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

      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.
      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

      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.
      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.