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   package com.sleepycat.persist.impl;
   
  import java.util.HashSet;
  import java.util.List;
  import java.util.Map;
  import java.util.Set;
  
The base class for all object formats. Formats are used to define the stored layout for all persistent classes, including simple types. The design documentation below describes the storage format for entities and its relationship to information stored per format in the catalog. Requirements ------------ + Provides EntityBinding for objects and EntryBinding for keys. + Provides SecondaryKeyCreator, SecondaryMultiKeyCreator and SecondaryMultiKeyNullifier (SecondaryKeyNullifier is redundant). + Works with reflection and bytecode enhancement. + For reflection only, works with any entity model not just annotations. + Bindings are usable independently of the persist API. + Performance is almost equivalent to hand coded tuple bindings. + Small performance penalty for compatible class changes (new fields, widening). + Secondary key create/nullify do not have to deserialize the entire record; in other words, store secondary keys at the start of the data. Class Format ------------ Every distinct class format is given a unique format ID. Class IDs are not equivalent to class version numbers (as in the version property of

Author(s):
Mark Hayes
Entity:
and @Persistent) because the format can change when the version number does not. Changes that cause a unique format ID to be assigned are: + Add field. + Widen field type. + Change primitive type to primitive wrapper class. + Add or drop secondary key. + Any incompatible class change. The last item, incompatible class changes, also correspond to a class version change. For each distinct class format the following information is conceptually stored in the catalog, keyed by format ID. - Class name - Class version number - Superclass format - Kind: simple, enum, complex, array - For kind == simple: - Primitive class - For kind == enum: - Array of constant names, sorted by name. - For kind == complex: - Primary key fieldInfo, or null if no primary key is declared - Array of secondary key fieldInfo, sorted by field name - Array of other fieldInfo, sorted by field name - For kind == array: - Component class format - Number of array dimensions - Other metadata for RawType Where fieldInfo is: - Field name - Field class - Other metadata for RawField Data Layout ----------- For each entity instance the data layout is as follows: instanceData: formatId keyFields... nonKeyFields... keyFields: fieldValue... nonKeyFields: fieldValue... The formatId is the (positive non-zero) ID of a class format, defined above. This is ID of the most derived class of the instance. It is stored as a packed integer. Following the format ID, zero or more sets of secondary key field values appear, followed by zero or more sets of other class field values. The keyFields are the sets of secondary key fields for each class in order of the highest superclass first. Within a class, fields are ordered by field name. The nonKeyFields are the sets of other non-key fields for each class in order of the highest superclass first. Within a class, fields are ordered by field name. A field value is: fieldValue: primitiveValue | nullId | instanceRef | instanceData | simpleValue | enumValue | arrayValue For a primitive type, a primitive value is used as defined for tuple bindings. For float and double, sorted float and sorted double tuple values are used. For a non-primitive type with a null value, a nullId is used that has a zero (illegal formatId) value. This includes String and other simple reference types. The formatId is stored as a packed integer, meaning that it is stored as a single zero byte. For a non-primitive type, an instanceRef is used for a non-null instance that appears earlier in the data byte array. An instanceRef is the negation of the byte offset of the instanceData that appears earlier. It is stored as a packed integer. The remaining rules apply only to reference types with non-null values that do not appear earlier in the data array. For an array type, an array formatId is used that identifies the component type and the number of array dimensions. This is followed by an array length (stored as a packed integer) and zero or more fieldValue elements. For an array with N+1 dimensions where N is greater than zero, the leftmost dimension is enumerated such that each fieldValue element is itself an array of N dimensions or null. arrayValue: formatId length fieldValue... For an enum type, an enumValue is used, consisting of a formatId that identifies the enum class and an enumIndex (stored as a packed integer) that identifies the constant name in the enum constant array of the enum class format: enumValue: formatId enumIndex For a simple type, a simpleValue is used. This consists of the formatId that identifies the class followed by the simple type value. For a primitive wrapper type the simple type value is the corresponding primitive, for a Date it is the milliseconds as a long primitive, and for BigInteger or BigDecimal it is a byte array as defined for tuple bindings of these types. simpleValue: formatId value For all other complex types, an instanceData is used, which is defined above. Secondary Keys -------------- For secondary key support we must account for writing and nullifying specific keys. Rather than instantiating the entity and then performing the secondary key operation, we strive to perform the secondary key operation directly on the byte format. To create a secondary key we skip over other fields and then copy the bytes of the embedded key. This approach is very efficient because a) the entity is not instantiated, and b) the secondary keys are stored at the beginning of the byte format and can be quickly read. To nullify we currently instantiate the raw entity, set the key field to null (or remove it from the array/collection), and convert the raw entity back to bytes. Although the performance of this approach is not ideal because it requires serialization, it avoids the complexity of modifying the packed serialized format directly, adjusting references to key objects, etc. Plus, when we nullify a key we are going to write the record, so the serialization overhead may not be significant. For the record, I tried implementing nullification of the bytes directly and found it was much too complex. Lifecycle --------- Format are managed by a Catalog class. Simple formats are managed by SimpleCatalog, and are copied from the SimpleCatalog by PersistCatalog. Other formats are managed by PersistCatalog. The lifecycle of a format instance is: - Constructed by the catalog when a format is requested for a Class that currently has no associated format. - The catalog calls setId() and adds the format to its format list (indexed by format id) and map (keyed by class name). - The catalog calls collectRelatedFormats(), where a format can create additional formats that it needs, or that should also be persistent. - The catalog calls initializeIfNeeded(), which calls the initialize() method of the format class. - initialize() should initialize any transient fields in the format. initialize() can assume that all related formats are available in the catalog. It may call initializeIfNeeded() for those related formats, if it needs to interact with an initialized related format; this does not cause a cycle, because initializeIfNeeded() does nothing for an already initialized format. - The catalog creates a group of related formats at one time, and then writes its entire list of formats to the catalog DB as a single record. This grouping reduces the number of writes. - When a catalog is opened and the list of existing formats is read. After a format is deserialized, its initializeIfNeeded() method is called. setId() and collectRelatedFormats() are not called, since the ID and related formats are stored in serialized fields. - There are two modes for opening an existing catalog: raw mode and normal mode. In raw mode, the old format is used regardless of whether it matches the current class definition; in fact the class is not accessed and does not need to be present. - In normal mode, for each existing format that is initialized, a new format is also created based on the current class and metadata definition. If the two formats are equal, the new format is discarded. If they are unequal, the new format becomes the current format and the old format's evolve() method is called. evolve() is responsible for adjusting the old format for class evolution. Any number of non-current formats may exist for a given class, and are setup to evolve the single current format for the class.
 
 public abstract class Format implements ReaderRawTypeSerializable {
 
     private static final long serialVersionUID = 545633644568489850L;

    
Null reference.
 
     static final int ID_NULL     = 0;
    
Object
 
     static final int ID_OBJECT   = 1;
    
Boolean
 
     static final int ID_BOOL     = 2;
     static final int ID_BOOL_W   = 3;
    
Byte
 
     static final int ID_BYTE     = 4;
     static final int ID_BYTE_W   = 5;
    
Short
 
     static final int ID_SHORT    = 6;
     static final int ID_SHORT_W  = 7;
    
Integer
 
     static final int ID_INT      = 8;
     static final int ID_INT_W    = 9;
    
Long
 
     static final int ID_LONG     = 10;
     static final int ID_LONG_W   = 11;
    
Float
 
     static final int ID_FLOAT    = 12;
     static final int ID_FLOAT_W  = 13;
    
Double
 
     static final int ID_DOUBLE   = 14;
     static final int ID_DOUBLE_W = 15;
    
Character
 
     static final int ID_CHAR     = 16;
     static final int ID_CHAR_W   = 17;
    
String
 
     static final int ID_STRING   = 18;
    
BigInteger
 
     static final int ID_BIGINT   = 19;
    
BigDecimal
 
     static final int ID_BIGDEC   = 20;
    
Date
 
     static final int ID_DATE     = 21;
    
Number
 
     static final int ID_NUMBER   = 22;

    
First simple type.
 
     static final int ID_SIMPLE_MIN  = 2;
    
Last simple type.
 
     static final int ID_SIMPLE_MAX  = 21;
    
Last predefined ID, after which dynamic IDs are assigned.
 
     static final int ID_PREDEFINED  = 30;
 
     static boolean isPredefined(Format format) {
         return format.getId() <= ;
     }
 
     private int id;
     private String className;
     private Reader reader;
     private Format superFormat;
     private Format latestFormat;
     private Format previousFormat;
     private Set<Stringsupertypes;
     private boolean deleted;
     private boolean unused;
     private transient Catalog catalog;
     private transient Class type;
     private transient Format proxiedFormat;
     private transient boolean initialized;

    
Creates a new format for a given class.
 
     Format(final Catalog catalogfinal Class type) {
         this(catalogtype.getName());
         this. = type;
         addSupertypes();
     }

    
Creates a format for class evolution when no class may be present.
 
     Format(final Catalog catalogfinal String className) {
         assert catalog != null;
         assert className != null;
         this. = catalog;
         this. = className;
          = this;
          = new HashSet<String>();
     }

    
Special handling for JE 3.0.12 beta formats.
 
     void migrateFromBeta(Map<StringFormatformatMap) {
         if ( == null) {
              = this;
         }
     }

    
Initialize transient catalog field after deserialization. This must occur before any other usage.
 
     void initCatalog(final Catalog catalog) {
         assert catalog != null;
         this. = catalog;
     }
 
     final boolean isNew() {
         return  == 0;
     }
 
     final Catalog getCatalog() {
         return ;
     }

    
Returns the format ID.
 
     public final int getId() {
         return ;
     }

    
Called by the Catalog to set the format ID when a new format is added to the format list, before calling initializeIfNeeded().
 
     final void setId(int id) {
         this. = id;
     }

    
Returns the class that this format represents. This method will return null in rawAccess mode, or for an unevolved format.
 
     final Class getType() {
         return ;
     }

    
Called to get the type when it is known to exist for an uninitialized format.
 
     final Class getExistingType() {
         assert  != null;
         if ( == null) {
             try {
                  = .resolveClass();
             } catch (ClassNotFoundException e) {
                 throw DbCompat.unexpectedException(e);
             }
         }
         return ;
     }

    
Returns the object for reading objects of the latest format. For the latest version format, 'this' is returned. For prior version formats, a reader that converts this version to the latest version is returned.
 
     final Reader getReader() {
 
         /*
          * For unit testing, record whether any un-evolved formats are
          * encountered.
          */
         if (this != ) {
             . = true;
         }
 
         return ;
     }

    
Changes the reader during format evolution.
 
     final void setReader(Reader reader) {
         this. = reader;
     }

    
Returns the format of the superclass.
 
     final Format getSuperFormat() {
         return ;
     }

    
Called to set the format of the superclass during initialize().
 
     final void setSuperFormat(Format superFormat) {
         this. = superFormat;
     }

    
Returns the format that is proxied by this format. If non-null is returned, then this format is a PersistentProxy.
 
     final Format getProxiedFormat() {
         return ;
     }

    
Called by ProxiedFormat to set the proxied format.
 
     final void setProxiedFormat(Format proxiedFormat) {
         this. = proxiedFormat;
     }

    
If this is the latest/evolved format, returns this; otherwise, returns the current version of this format. Note that this WILL return a format for a deleted class if the latest format happens to be deleted.
 
     final Format getLatestVersion() {
         return ;
     }

    
Returns the previous version of this format in the linked list of versions, or null if this is the only version.
 
     public final Format getPreviousVersion() {
         return ;
     }

    
Called by Evolver to set the latest format when this old format is evolved.
 
     final void setLatestVersion(Format newFormat) {
 
         /*
          * If this old format is the former latest version, link it to the new
          * latest version.  This creates a singly linked list of versions
          * starting with the latest.
          */
         if ( == this) {
             newFormat.previousFormat = this;
         }
 
          = newFormat;
     }

    
Returns whether the class for this format was deleted.
 
     public final boolean isDeleted() {
         return ;
     }

    
Called by the Evolver when applying a Deleter mutation.
 
     final void setDeleted(boolean deleted) {
         this. = deleted;
     }

    
Called by the Evolver for a format that is never referenced.
 
     final void setUnused(boolean unused) {
         this. = unused;
     }

    
Called by the Evolver with true when an entity format or any of its nested format were changed. Called by Store.evolve when an entity has been fully converted. Overridden by ComplexFormat.
 
     void setEvolveNeeded(boolean needed) {
         throw DbCompat.unexpectedState();
     }

    
Overridden by ComplexFormat.
 
     boolean getEvolveNeeded() {
         throw DbCompat.unexpectedState();
     }

    
For an entity format, returns whether the entity was written using the new String format. For a non-entity format, this method should not be called. Overridden by ComplexFormat.
 
     boolean getNewStringFormat() {
         throw DbCompat.unexpectedState();
     }
 
     final boolean isInitialized() {
         return ;
     }

    
Called by the Catalog to initialize a format, and may also be called during initialize() for a related format to ensure that the related format is initialized. This latter case is allowed to support bidirectional dependencies. This method will do nothing if the format is already intialized.
 
     final void initializeIfNeeded(Catalog catalogEntityModel model) {
         assert catalog != null;
 
         if (!) {
              = true;
             this. = catalog;
 
             /* Initialize objects serialized by an older Format class. */
             if ( == null) {
                  = this;
             }
             if ( == null) {
                  = this;
             }
 
             /*
              * The class is only guaranteed to be available in live (not raw)
              * mode, for the current version of the format.
              */
             if ( == null &&
                 isCurrentVersion() &&
                 (isSimple() || !catalog.isRawAccess())) {
                 getExistingType();
             }
 
             /* Perform subclass-specific initialization. */
             initialize(catalogmodel,
                        catalog.getInitVersion(thisfalse /*forReader*/));
             .initializeReader
                 (catalogmodel,
                  catalog.getInitVersion(thistrue /*forReader*/),
                  this);
         }
     }

    
Called to initialize a separate Reader implementation. This method is called when no separate Reader exists, and does nothing.
 
     public void initializeReader(Catalog catalog,
                                  EntityModel model,
                                  int initVersion,
                                  Format oldFormat) {
     }

    
Adds all interfaces and superclasses to the supertypes set.
 
     private void addSupertypes() {
         addInterfaces();
         Class stype = .getSuperclass();
         while (stype != null && stype != Object.class) {
             .add(stype.getName());
             addInterfaces(stype);
             stype = stype.getSuperclass();
         }
     }

    
Recursively adds interfaces to the supertypes set.
 
     private void addInterfaces(Class cls) {
         Class[] interfaces = cls.getInterfaces();
         for (Class iface : interfaces) {
             if (iface != Enhanced.class) {
                 .add(iface.getName());
                 addInterfaces(iface);
             }
         }
     }

    
Certain formats (ProxiedFormat for example) prohibit nested fields that reference the parent object. [#15815]
 
     boolean areNestedRefsProhibited() {
         return false;
     }
 
     /* -- Start of RawType interface methods. -- */
 
     public String getClassName() {
         return ;
     }
 
     public int getVersion() {
         ClassMetadata meta = getClassMetadata();
         if (meta != null) {
             return meta.getVersion();
         } else {
             return 0;
         }
     }
 
     public Format getSuperType() {
         return ;
     }
 
     /* -- RawType methods that are overridden as needed in subclasses. -- */
 
     public boolean isSimple() {
         return false;
     }
 
     public boolean isPrimitive() {
         return false;
     }
 
     public boolean isEnum() {
         return false;
     }
 
     public List<StringgetEnumConstants() {
         return null;
     }
 
     public boolean isArray() {
         return false;
     }
 
     public int getDimensions() {
         return 0;
     }
 
     public Format getComponentType() {
         return null;
     }
 
     public Map<StringRawFieldgetFields() {
         return null;
     }
 
     public ClassMetadata getClassMetadata() {
         return null;
     }
 
     public EntityMetadata getEntityMetadata() {
         return null;
     }
 
     /* -- End of RawType methods. -- */
 
     /* -- Methods that may optionally be overridden by subclasses. -- */

    
Called by EntityOutput in rawAccess mode to determine whether an object type is allowed to be assigned to a given field type.
 
     boolean isAssignableTo(Format format) {
         if ( != null) {
             return .isAssignableTo(format);
         } else {
             return format == this ||
                    format.id ==  ||
                    .contains(format.className);
         }
     }

    
For primitive types only, returns their associated wrapper type.
 
     Format getWrapperFormat() {
         return null;
     }

    
Returns whether this format class is an entity class.
 
     boolean isEntity() {
         return false;
     }

    
Returns whether this class is present in the EntityModel. Returns false for a simple type, array type, or enum type.
 
     boolean isModelClass() {
         return false;
     }

    
For an entity class or subclass, returns the base entity class; returns null in other cases.
 
         return null;
     }

    
Called for an existing format that may not equal the current format for the same class.

If this method returns true, then it must have determined one of two things: - that the old and new formats are equal, and it must have called Evolver.useOldFormat; or - that the old format can be evolved to the new format, and it must have called Evolver.useEvolvedFormat.

If this method returns false, then it must have determined that the old format could not be evolved to the new format, and it must have called Evolver.addInvalidMutation, addMissingMutation or addEvolveError.

 
     abstract boolean evolve(Format newFormatEvolver evolver);

    
Called when a Converter handles evolution of a class, but we may still need to evolve the metadata.
 
     boolean evolveMetadata(Format newFormat,
                            Converter converter,
                            Evolver evolver) {
         return true;
     }

    
Returns whether this format is the current format for its class. If false is returned, this format is setup to evolve to the current format.
 
     final boolean isCurrentVersion() {
         return  == this && !;
     }

    
Returns whether this format has the same class as the given format, irrespective of version changes and renaming.
 
     final boolean isSameClass(Format other) {
         return  == other.latestFormat;
     }
 
     /* -- Abstract methods that must be implemented by subclasses. -- */

    
Initializes an uninitialized format, initializing its related formats (superclass formats and array component formats) first.
 
     abstract void initialize(Catalog catalog,
                              EntityModel model,
                              int initVersion);

    
Calls catalog.createFormat for formats that this format depends on, or that should also be persistent.
 
     abstract void collectRelatedFormats(Catalog catalog,
                                         Map<StringFormatnewFormats);
 
     /*
      * The remaining methods are used to read objects from data bytes via
      * EntityInput, and to write objects as data bytes via EntityOutput.
      * Ultimately these methods call methods in the Accessor interface to
      * get/set fields in the object.  Most methods have a rawAccess parameter
      * that determines whether the object is a raw object or a real persistent
      * object.
      *
      * The first group of methods are abstract and must be implemented by
      * format classes.  The second group have default implementations that
      * throw UnsupportedOperationException and may optionally be overridden.
      */

    
Creates an array of the format's class of the given length, as if Array.newInstance(getType(), len) were called. Formats implement this method for specific classes, or call the accessor, to avoid the reflection overhead of Array.newInstance.
 
     abstract Object newArray(int len);

    
Creates a new instance of the target class using its default constructor. Normally this creates an empty object, and readObject() is called next to fill in the contents. This is done in two steps to allow the instance to be registered by EntityInput before reading the contents. This allows the fields in an object or a nested object to refer to the parent object in a graph. Alternatively, this method may read all or the first portion of the data, rather than that being done by readObject(). This is required for simple types and enums, where the object cannot be created without reading the data. In these cases, there is no possibility that the parent object will be referenced by the child object in the graph. It should not be done in other cases, or the graph references may not be maintained faithfully. Is public only in order to implement the Reader interface. Note that this method should only be called directly in raw conversion mode or during conversion of an old format. Normally it should be called via the getReader method and the Reader interface.
 
     public abstract Object newInstance(EntityInput inputboolean rawAccess)
         throws RefreshException;

    
Called after newInstance() to read the rest of the data bytes and fill in the object contents. If the object was read completely by newInstance(), this method does nothing. Is public only in order to implement the Reader interface. Note that this method should only be called directly in raw conversion mode or during conversion of an old format. Normally it should be called via the getReader method and the Reader interface.
 
     public abstract Object readObject(Object o,
                                       EntityInput input,
                                       boolean rawAccess)
         throws RefreshException;

    
Writes a given instance of the target class to the output data bytes. This is the complement of the newInstance()/readObject() pair.
 
     abstract void writeObject(Object oEntityOutput outputboolean rawAccess)
         throws RefreshException;

    
Skips over the object's contents, as if readObject() were called, but without returning an object. Used for extracting secondary key bytes without having to instantiate the object. For reference types, the format ID is read just before calling this method, so this method is responsible for skipping everything following the format ID.
 
     abstract void skipContents(RecordInput input)
         throws RefreshException;
 
     /* -- More methods that may optionally be overridden by subclasses. -- */

    
When extracting a secondary key, called to skip over all fields up to the given secondary key field. Returns the format of the key field found, or null if the field is not present (nullified) in the object.
 
     Format skipToSecKey(RecordInput inputString keyName)
         throws RefreshException {
 
         throw DbCompat.unexpectedState(toString());
     }

    
Called after skipToSecKey() to copy the data bytes of a singular (XXX_TO_ONE) key field.
 
     void copySecKey(RecordInput inputRecordOutput output) {
         throw DbCompat.unexpectedState(toString());
     }

    
Called after skipToSecKey() to copy the data bytes of an array or collection (XXX_TO_MANY) key field.
 
     void copySecMultiKey(RecordInput inputFormat keyFormatSet results)
         throws RefreshException {
 
         throw DbCompat.unexpectedState(toString());
     }

    
Nullifies the given key field in the given RawObject -- rawAccess mode is implied.
 
     boolean nullifySecKey(Catalog catalog,
                           Object entity,
                           String keyName,
                           Object keyElement) {
         throw DbCompat.unexpectedState(toString());
     }

    
Returns whether the entity's primary key field is null or zero, as defined for primary keys that are assigned from a sequence.
 
     boolean isPriKeyNullOrZero(Object oboolean rawAccess) {
         throw DbCompat.unexpectedState(toString());
     }

    
Gets the primary key field from the given object and writes it to the given output data bytes. This is a separate operation because the primary key data bytes are stored separately from the rest of the record.
 
     void writePriKey(Object oEntityOutput outputboolean rawAccess)
         throws RefreshException {
 
         throw DbCompat.unexpectedState(toString());
     }

    
Reads the primary key from the given input bytes and sets the primary key field in the given object. This is complement of writePriKey(). Is public only in order to implement the Reader interface. Note that this method should only be called directly in raw conversion mode or during conversion of an old format. Normally it should be called via the getReader method and the Reader interface.
 
     public void readPriKey(Object oEntityInput inputboolean rawAccess)
         throws RefreshException {
 
         throw DbCompat.unexpectedState(toString());
     }

    
For an entity class or subclass, returns the old key name for the given key name that has been renamed, or returns the given key name if it has not been renamed.
 
     public String getOldKeyName(final String keyName) {
         throw DbCompat.unexpectedState(toString());
     }

    
Validates and returns the simple integer key format for a sequence key associated with this format. For a composite key type, the format of the one and only field is returned. For a simple integer type, this format is returned. Otherwise (the default implementation), an IllegalArgumentException is thrown.
 
         throw new IllegalArgumentException
             ("Type not allowed for sequence: " + getClassName());
     }

    
Converts a RawObject to a current class object and adds the converted pair to the converted map.
 
     Object convertRawObject(Catalog catalog,
                             boolean rawAccess,
                             RawObject rawObject,
                             IdentityHashMap converted)
         throws RefreshException {
 
         throw DbCompat.unexpectedState(toString());
     }
    
    
Currently, only FBigDec will return true. It is a workaround for reading the BigDecimal data stored by BigDecimal proxy before je4.1.
 
     public boolean allowEvolveFromProxy() {
         return false;
     }
     
     public Accessor getAccessor(boolean rawAccess) {
         return null;
     }
 
     @Override
     public String toString() {
         final String INDENT = "  ";
         final String INDENT2 = INDENT + "  ";
         StringBuilder buf = new StringBuilder(500);
         if (isSimple()) {
             addTypeHeader(buf"SimpleType");
            buf.append(" primitive=\"");
            buf.append(isPrimitive());
            buf.append("\"/>\n");
        } else if (isEnum()) {
            addTypeHeader(buf"EnumType");
            buf.append(">\n");
            for (String constant : getEnumConstants()) {
                buf.append(INDENT);
                buf.append("<Constant>");
                buf.append(constant);
                buf.append("</Constant>\n");
            }
            buf.append("</EnumType>\n");
        } else if (isArray()) {
            addTypeHeader(buf"ArrayType");
            buf.append(" componentId=\"");
            buf.append(getComponentType().getVersion());
            buf.append("\" componentClass=\"");
            buf.append(getComponentType().getClassName());
            buf.append("\" dimensions=\"");
            buf.append(getDimensions());
            buf.append("\"/>\n");
        } else {
            addTypeHeader(buf"ComplexType");
            Format superType = getSuperType();
            if (superType != null) {
                buf.append(" superTypeId=\"");
                buf.append(superType.getId());
                buf.append("\" superTypeClass=\"");
                buf.append(superType.getClassName());
                buf.append('"');
            }
            Format proxiedFormat = getProxiedFormat();
            if (proxiedFormat != null) {
                buf.append(" proxiedTypeId=\"");
                buf.append(proxiedFormat.getId());
                buf.append("\" proxiedTypeClass=\"");
                buf.append(proxiedFormat.getClassName());
                buf.append('"');
            }
            PrimaryKeyMetadata priMeta = null;
            Map<StringSecondaryKeyMetadatasecondaryKeys = null;
            List<FieldMetadatacompositeKeyFields = null;
            ClassMetadata clsMeta = getClassMetadata();
            if (clsMeta != null) {
                compositeKeyFields = clsMeta.getCompositeKeyFields();
                priMeta = clsMeta.getPrimaryKey();
                secondaryKeys = clsMeta.getSecondaryKeys();
            }
            buf.append(" kind=\"");
            buf.append(isEntity() ? "entity" :
                       ((compositeKeyFields != null) ? "compositeKey" :
                        "persistent"));
            buf.append("\">\n");
            Map<StringRawFieldfields = getFields();
            if (fields != null) {
                for (RawField field : fields.values()) {
                    String name = field.getName();
                    RawType type = field.getType();
                    buf.append(INDENT);
                    buf.append("<Field");
                    buf.append(" name=\"");
                    buf.append(name);
                    buf.append("\" typeId=\"");
                    buf.append(type.getId());
                    buf.append("\" typeClass=\"");
                    buf.append(type.getClassName());
                    buf.append('"');
                    if (priMeta != null &&
                        priMeta.getName().equals(name)) {
                        buf.append(" primaryKey=\"true\"");
                        if (priMeta.getSequenceName() != null) {
                            buf.append(" sequence=\"");
                            buf.append(priMeta.getSequenceName());
                            buf.append('"');
                        }
                    }
                    if (secondaryKeys != null) {
                        SecondaryKeyMetadata secMeta =
                            ComplexFormat.getSecondaryKeyMetadataByFieldName
                                (secondaryKeysname);
                        if (secMeta != null) {
                            buf.append(" secondaryKey=\"true\" keyName=\"");
                            buf.append(secMeta.getKeyName());
                            buf.append("\" relate=\"");
                            buf.append(secMeta.getRelationship());
                            buf.append('"');
                            String related = secMeta.getRelatedEntity();
                            if (related != null) {
                                buf.append("\" relatedEntity=\"");
                                buf.append(related);
                                buf.append("\" onRelatedEntityDelete=\"");
                                buf.append(secMeta.getDeleteAction());
                                buf.append('"');
                            }
                        }
                    }
                    if (compositeKeyFields != null) {
                        int nFields = compositeKeyFields.size();
                        for (int i = 0; i < nFieldsi += 1) {
                            FieldMetadata fldMeta = compositeKeyFields.get(i);
                            if (fldMeta.getName().equals(name)) {
                                buf.append(" compositeKeyField=\"");
                                buf.append(i + 1);
                                buf.append('"');
                            }
                        }
                    }
                    buf.append("/>\n");
                }
                EntityMetadata entMeta = getEntityMetadata();
                if (entMeta != null) {
                    buf.append(INDENT);
                    buf.append("<EntityKeys>\n");
                    priMeta = entMeta.getPrimaryKey();
                    if (priMeta != null) {
                        buf.append(INDENT2);
                        buf.append("<Primary class=\"");
                        buf.append(priMeta.getDeclaringClassName());
                        buf.append("\" field=\"");
                        buf.append(priMeta.getName());
                        buf.append("\"/>\n");
                    }
                    secondaryKeys = entMeta.getSecondaryKeys();
                    if (secondaryKeys != null) {
                        for (SecondaryKeyMetadata secMeta :
                             secondaryKeys.values()) {
                            buf.append(INDENT2);
                            buf.append("<Secondary class=\"");
                            buf.append(secMeta.getDeclaringClassName());
                            buf.append("\" field=\"");
                            buf.append(secMeta.getName());
                            buf.append("\"/>\n");
                        }
                    }
                    buf.append("</EntityKeys>\n");
                }
            }
            buf.append("</ComplexType>\n");
        }
        return buf.toString();
    }
    private void addTypeHeader(StringBuilder bufString elemName) {
        buf.append('<');
        buf.append(elemName);
        buf.append(" id=\"");
        buf.append(getId());
        buf.append("\" class=\"");
        buf.append(getClassName());
        buf.append("\" version=\"");
        buf.append(getVersion());
        buf.append('"');
        Format currVersion = getLatestVersion();
        if (currVersion != null) {
            buf.append(" currentVersionId=\"");
            buf.append(currVersion.getId());
            buf.append('"');
        }
        Format prevVersion = getPreviousVersion();
        if (prevVersion != null) {
            buf.append(" previousVersionId=\"");
            buf.append(prevVersion.getId());
            buf.append('"');
        }
    }
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