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package com.unboundid.directory.sdk.examples.groovy;

import com.unboundid.directory.sdk.common.types.Entry;
import com.unboundid.directory.sdk.ds.config.UncachedEntryCriteriaConfig;
import com.unboundid.directory.sdk.ds.scripting.ScriptedUncachedEntryCriteria;
import com.unboundid.directory.sdk.ds.types.DirectoryServerContext;
import com.unboundid.ldap.sdk.LDAPException;
import com.unboundid.util.StaticUtils;
import com.unboundid.util.args.ArgumentParser;

 * This class provides a simple example of a scripted uncached entry criteria
 * object that will compute a sum of all bytes contained in the normalized DN of
 * the target entry, and indicate that all sums which are even numbers should be
 * cached while those that are odd should be uncached.  It does not take any
 * arguments.
 * <BR><BR>
 * This uncached entry criteria object isn't intended for real-world use.
 * Rather, it is only provided as an example demonstrating the logic for
 * determining whether an entry should be cached or uncached.  It may also be
 * useful for testing purposes because it does not require any changes to
 * entries, is deterministic so that it is possible to predict its behavior, and
 * will likely result in a large number of uncached entries.
public final class ExampleScriptedUncachedEntryCriteria
       extends ScriptedUncachedEntryCriteria
  // The server context for the server in which this extension is running.
  private DirectoryServerContext serverContext = null;

   * Creates a new instance of this uncached entry criteria.  All uncached entry
   * criteria implementations must include a default constructor, but any
   * initialization should generally be done in the
   * {@code initializeUncachedEntryCriteria} method.
  public ExampleScriptedUncachedEntryCriteria()
    // No implementation required.

   * Initializes this uncached entry criteria.
   * @param  serverContext  A handle to the server context for the server in
   *                        which this extension is running.
   * @param  config         The general configuration for this uncached entry
   *                        criteria.
   * @param  parser         The argument parser which has been initialized from
   *                        the configuration for this uncached entry criteria.
   * @throws  LDAPException  If a problem occurs while initializing this
   *                         uncached entry criteria.
  public void initializeUncachedEntryCriteria(
                   final DirectoryServerContext serverContext,
                   final UncachedEntryCriteriaConfig config,
                   final ArgumentParser parser)
         throws LDAPException
    serverContext.debugInfo("Beginning uncached entry criteria initialization");

    this.serverContext = serverContext;

   * Indicates whether the provided entry should be written into the
   * uncached-id2entry database rather than into id2entry.  This method may be
   * used both for new entries (e.g., from add operations or LDIF imports) or
   * existing entries (e.g., from modify, modify DN, or soft delete operations,
   * or from re-encode processing).
   * @param  previousEntry  A read-only representation of the entry as it
   *                        existed before the update.  If the entry is
   *                        unchanged or did not previously exist, then this
   *                        will be the same as {@code updatedEntry}.
   * @param  updatedEntry   A read-only representation of the entry as it will
   *                        be written into either the id2entry or
   *                        uncached-id2entry database.
   * @return  {@code true} if the entry should be written into the
   *          uncached-id2entry database, or {@code false} if it should be
   *          written into the id2entry database.
  public boolean shouldBeUncached(final Entry previousEntry,
                                  final Entry updatedEntry)
    // NOTE:  As stated above, the logic provided in this method is not
    // recommended for use in real-world environments.  It is merely provided
    // for demonstration purposes.

    // Get the normalized representation of the DN.  If this fails, then
    // indicate the DN should be cached.
    final String dn;
      dn = updatedEntry.getParsedDN().toNormalizedString();
    catch (final Exception e)
      return false;

    // Compute a sum of all the bytes in the DN.
    final byte[] dnBytes = StaticUtils.getBytes(dn);
    long sum = 0L;
    for (final byte b : dnBytes)
      sum += (0xFFL & b);

    // If the sum of DN bytes is even, then the entry should be cached.  If it's
    // odd, then the entry should be uncached.
    return ((sum % 2L) != 0);