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  /*
   * Time.java
   *
   * Created on January 9, 2002, 10:53 AM
   */
  
  package javax.sdp;
  
  import java.util.*;

A RepeatTime represents a t= field contained within a TimeDescription. A RepeatTime specifies the start and stop times for a SessionDescription. Note: this class uses java.util.Date objects. SDP messages encode time in NTP format. To convert between them use SdpFactory.getDateFromNtp(long) and SdpFactory.getNtpTime(Date). Quoting from RFC 2327: Multiple "t=" fields may be used if a session is active at multiple irregularly spaced times; each additional "t=" field specifies an additional period of time for which the session will be active. If the session is active at regular times, an "r=" field (see below) should be used in addition to and following a "t=" field - in which case the "t=" field specifies the start and stop times of the repeat sequence. Please refer to IETF RFC 2327 for a description of SDP.

Author(s):
deruelle
Version:
1.0
 
 public interface Time extends Field {

    
Returns the start time of the conference/session.

Returns:
the date
Throws:
SdpParseException
     
     public Date getStart()
               throws SdpParseException;
    
    
Sets the start time of the conference/session.

Parameters:
start start - the start time for the session.
Throws:
SdpException if the date is null
     
     public void setStart(Date start)
               throws SdpException;
    
    
Returns the stop time of the session

Returns:
the stop time of the session.
Throws:
SdpParseException
     
     public Date getStop()
              throws SdpParseException;
    
    
Sets the stop time of the session.

Parameters:
stop start - the start time
Throws:
SdpException if the date is null
     
     public void setStop(Date stop)
              throws SdpException;
    
    
Returns whether the start and stop times were set to zero (in NTP).

Returns:
boolean
     
     public boolean isZero();
    
    
Sets the start and stop times to zero (in NTP).
     
     public void setZero();
    
    
Returns whether the field will be output as a typed time or a integer value. Typed time is formatted as an integer followed by a unit character. The unit indicates an appropriate multiplier for the integer. The following unit types are allowed. d - days (86400 seconds) h - hours (3600 seconds) m - minutes (60 seconds) s - seconds ( 1 seconds)

Returns:
true, if the field will be output as a typed time; false, if as an integer value.
     
     public boolean getTypedTime();
    
    
Sets whether the field will be output as a typed time or a integer value. Typed time is formatted as an integer followed by a unit character. The unit indicates an appropriate multiplier for the integer. The following unit types are allowed. d - days (86400 seconds) h - hours (3600 seconds) m - minutes (60 seconds) s - seconds ( 1 seconds)

Parameters:
typedTime typedTime - if set true, the start and stop times will be output in an optimal typed time format; if false, the times will be output as integers.
    
    public void setTypedTime(boolean typedTime);
    
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