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package io.vertigo.studio.plugins.reporting.domain.metrics.persistence;
Vérifier si le DT est persistant.

Author(s):
pchretien
public final class PersistenceMetricEngine implements MetricEngine<DtDefinition> {
Constructeur.

Parameters:
persistenceManager Manager de persistance
	public PersistenceMetricEngine(final PersistenceManager persistenceManager) {
		Assertion.checkNotNull(persistenceManager);
		//---------------------------------------------------------------------
		this. = persistenceManager;
	}

	public Metric execute(final DtDefinition dtDefinition) {
		Assertion.checkNotNull(dtDefinition);
		//---------------------------------------------------------------------
		final boolean test = test(dtDefinition);
		final Metric.Status status;
		if (test) {
			status = ..;
else {
			status = ..;
		}
		return new MetricBuilder()
				.withTitle("Persistance")
				.withStatus(status)
				.withValue(dtDefinition.isPersistent())
				.build();
	}
	//On teste si la définition est persistante, elle existe en BDD et le mapping est ok.
	private boolean test(final DtDefinition dtDefinition) {
		if (!dtDefinition.isPersistent()) {
			return true;
		}
		try {
			.getBroker().getList(dtDefinitionnull, 1);
			return true;
catch (final Exception e) {
			return false;
		}
	}
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