LRpt::CollUnkeyed - Object of this class represents a collection of unkeyed rows
This class is a part of
Object of this class represents a collection of unkeyed rows.
Unkeyed means that there is no key specified for these rows.
This collection is used for Expected-Actual comparison.
Sometimes a key of the exected row is not known or diffucult to predict (if this is a unique ID automaticaly generated by the server).
my $uk_coll = LRpt::CollUnkeyed->new();
Constructor. Initializes fields.
$uk_coll->add_row( $row );
Adds a row to a group. A group contains all rows, which have have same amount of fields defined. Each group is devided on groups of rows having the same values of all defined columns.
$uk_coll->add_to_group( $row );
It increases the number of equal rows (the same amount of fields, all fields have the same values).
my $res = $uk_coll->is_equal( $row1, $row2 );
$row2 are totally equal - the same amount of fields, all fields have the same values.
my $res = $uk_coll->is_matching( $row1, $row2 );
Checks if a given row matches a row in collection. By matching, I mean that the row matches all fields from the row in the collection.
my $res = $uk_coll->find_matching_row( $row );
Finds a row in a collection, which matches a given row. It tries to find a matching row starting from the row, which has the biggest number of fields defined.
my $res = $uk_coll->is_empty();
Returns 1 if a collection is empty. O otherwise
my @rows = $uk_coll->get_remaining_rows();
Returns all rows, which are not matched by anything.
The project is maintained on Source Forge http://lreport.sourceforge.net. You can find there links to some helpful documentation like tutorial.
Piotr Kaluski <email@example.com>
Copyright (c) 2004-2006 Piotr Kaluski. Poland. All rights reserved.
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