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 package org.hibernate.validator.method;
 
Describes the violation of a method-level constraint by providing access to the method/parameter hosting the violated constraint etc.

Deprecated:
Will by replaced by equivalent functionality defined by the Bean Validation 1.1 API as of Hibernate Validator 5.
Author(s):
Gunnar Morling
See also:
MethodValidator
 
 public interface MethodConstraintViolation<T> extends ConstraintViolation<T> {

The kind of a MethodConstraintViolation.

Deprecated:
Will by replaced by equivalent functionality defined by the Bean Validation 1.1 API as of Hibernate Validator 5.
Author(s):
Gunnar Morling
 
 	public static enum Kind {

Identifies constraint violations occurred during the validation of a method's parameter.
 
 		PARAMETER,

Identifies constraint violations occurred during the validation of a method's return value.
 
 		RETURN_VALUE
 	}

Returns the method during which's validation this constraint violation occurred.

Returns:
The method during which's validation this constraint violation occurred.
 
Returns the index of the parameter holding the constraint which caused this constraint violation.

Returns:
The index of the parameter holding the constraint which caused this constraint violation or null if this constraint violation is not of MethodConstraintViolation.Kind.PARAMETER.
 

Returns the name of the parameter holding the constraint which caused this constraint violation.

Currently a synthetic name following the form "arg" + index will be returned, e.g. "arg0". In future versions it might be possible to specify real parameter names, e.g. using an annotation-based approach around javax.inject.Named.

Returns:
The name of the parameter holding the constraint which caused this constraint violation or null if this constraint violation is not of MethodConstraintViolation.Kind.PARAMETER.
 
Returns the kind of this method constraint violation.

Returns:
The kind of this method constraint violation.
 
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