Class AppAccept

  • All Implemented Interfaces:

    public class AppAccept
    extends AppCommonAttributes

    Per RFC5023:

     The content of an "app:accept" element value is a media range as
     defined in [RFC2616].  The media range specifies a type of
     representation that can be POSTed to a Collection.
     The app:accept element is similar to the HTTP Accept request-header
     [RFC2616].  Media type parameters are allowed within app:accept, but
     app:accept has no notion of preference -- "accept-params" or "q"
     arguments, as specified in Section 14.1 of [RFC2616] are not
     White space (as defined in [REC-xml]) around the app:accept element's
     media range is insignificant and MUST be ignored.
     A value of "application/atom+xml;type=entry" MAY appear in any app:
     accept list of media ranges and indicates that Atom Entry Documents
     can be POSTed to the Collection.  If no app:accept element is
     present, clients SHOULD treat this as equivalent to an app:accept
     element with the content "application/atom+xml;type=entry".
     If one app:accept element exists and is empty, clients SHOULD assume
     that the Collection does not support the creation of new Entries.
     appAccept =
        element app:accept {
              ( text? )
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    Kurt Stam
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    Serialized Form
    • Field Detail

      • content

        protected String content
    • Constructor Detail

      • AppAccept

        public AppAccept()
      • AppAccept

        public AppAccept​(String content)
    • Method Detail

      • getContent

        public String getContent()
        Gets the value of the content property.
        possible object is String
      • setContent

        public void setContent​(String value)
        Sets the value of the content property.
        value - allowed object is String