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class CompositeFuture extends Future[CompositeFuture]

The composite future wraps a list of io.vertx.scala.core.Future, it is useful when several futures needs to be coordinated. The handlers set for the coordinated futures are overridden by the handler of the composite future.

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Instance Constructors

  1. new CompositeFuture(_asJava: AnyRef)

Value Members

  1. final def !=(arg0: Any): Boolean
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  2. final def ##(): Int
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  3. final def ==(arg0: Any): Boolean
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  4. final def asInstanceOf[T0]: T0
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  5. def asJava: AnyRef
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  6. def cause(index: Int): Throwable

    Returns a cause of a wrapped future * @param index the wrapped future index

  7. def cause(): Throwable

    A Throwable describing failure.

    A Throwable describing failure. This will be null if the operation succeeded. * @return the cause or null if the operation succeeded.

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  8. def clone(): AnyRef
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    protected[java.lang]
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  9. def complete(): Unit

    Set this instance as result.

    Set this instance as result. Any handler will be called, if there is one, and the future will be marked as completed.

    Definition Classes
    CompositeFutureFuture
  10. def complete(result: CompositeFuture): Unit

    Set the result.

    Set the result. Any handler will be called, if there is one, and the future will be marked as completed. * @param result the result

    Definition Classes
    CompositeFutureFuture
  11. def completer(): Handler[AsyncResult[CompositeFuture]]

    returns

    an handler completing this future

    Definition Classes
    CompositeFutureFuture
  12. def compose[U](mapper: (CompositeFuture) ⇒ Future[U])(implicit arg0: scala.reflect.api.JavaUniverse.TypeTag[U]): Future[U]

    Compose this future with a mapper function.

    Compose this future with a mapper function.

    When this future (the one on which compose is called) succeeds, the mapper will be called with the completed value and this mapper returns another future object. This returned future completion will complete the future returned by this method call.

    If the mapper throws an exception, the returned future will be failed with this exception.

    When this future fails, the failure will be propagated to the returned future and the mapper will not be called. * @param mapper the mapper function

    returns

    the composed future

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    CompositeFutureFuture
  13. final def eq(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean
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  14. def equals(arg0: Any): Boolean
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  15. def fail(failureMessage: String): Unit

    Try to set the failure.

    Try to set the failure. When it happens, any handler will be called, if there is one, and the future will be marked as completed. * @param failureMessage the failure message

    Definition Classes
    Future
  16. def fail(cause: Throwable): Unit

    Set the failure.

    Set the failure. Any handler will be called, if there is one, and the future will be marked as completed. * @param cause the failure cause

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    Future
  17. def failed(index: Int): Boolean

    Returns true if a wrapped future is failed * @param index the wrapped future index

  18. def failed(): Boolean

    Did it fail? * @return true if it failed or false otherwise

    Did it fail? * @return true if it failed or false otherwise

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    Future
  19. def finalize(): Unit
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    @throws( classOf[java.lang.Throwable] )
  20. final def getClass(): Class[_]
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    @native()
  21. def hashCode(): Int
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  22. def isComplete(index: Int): Boolean

    Returns true if a wrapped future is completed * @param index the wrapped future index

  23. def isComplete(): Boolean

    Has the future completed?

    Has the future completed?

    It's completed if it's either succeeded or failed. * @return true if completed, false if not

    Definition Classes
    Future
  24. final def isInstanceOf[T0]: Boolean
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    Any
  25. def map[U](mapper: (CompositeFuture) ⇒ U)(implicit arg0: scala.reflect.api.JavaUniverse.TypeTag[U]): Future[U]

    Apply a mapper function on this future.

    Apply a mapper function on this future.

    When this future succeeds, the mapper will be called with the completed value and this mapper returns a value. This value will complete the future returned by this method call.

    If the mapper throws an exception, the returned future will be failed with this exception.

    When this future fails, the failure will be propagated to the returned future and the mapper will not be called. * @param mapper the mapper function

    returns

    the mapped future

    Definition Classes
    CompositeFutureFuture
  26. def map[V](value: V)(implicit arg0: scala.reflect.api.JavaUniverse.TypeTag[V]): Future[V]

    Map the result of a future to a specific value.

    Map the result of a future to a specific value.

    When this future succeeds, this value will complete the future returned by this method call.

    When this future fails, the failure will be propagated to the returned future. * @param value the value that eventually completes the mapped future

    returns

    the mapped future

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    Future
  27. def mapEmpty[V]()(implicit arg0: scala.reflect.api.JavaUniverse.TypeTag[V]): Future[V]

    Map the result of a future to null.

    Map the result of a future to null.

    This is a conveniency for future.map((T) null) or future.map((Void) null).

    When this future succeeds, null will complete the future returned by this method call.

    When this future fails, the failure will be propagated to the returned future. * @return the mapped future

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    Future
  28. final def ne(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean
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  29. final def notify(): Unit
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    @native()
  30. final def notifyAll(): Unit
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    @native()
  31. def otherwise(value: CompositeFuture): Future[CompositeFuture]

    Map the failure of a future to a specific value.

    Map the failure of a future to a specific value.

    When this future fails, this value will complete the future returned by this method call.

    When this future succeeds, the result will be propagated to the returned future. * @param value the value that eventually completes the mapped future

    returns

    the mapped future

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    CompositeFutureFuture
  32. def otherwise(mapper: (Throwable) ⇒ CompositeFuture): Future[CompositeFuture]

    Apply a mapper function on this future.

    Apply a mapper function on this future.

    When this future fails, the mapper will be called with the completed value and this mapper returns a value. This value will complete the future returned by this method call.

    If the mapper throws an exception, the returned future will be failed with this exception.

    When this future succeeds, the result will be propagated to the returned future and the mapper will not be called. * @param mapper the mapper function

    returns

    the mapped future

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    CompositeFutureFuture
  33. def otherwiseEmpty(): Future[CompositeFuture]

    Map the failure of a future to null.

    Map the failure of a future to null.

    This is a convenience for future.otherwise((T) null).

    When this future fails, the null value will complete the future returned by this method call.

    When this future succeeds, the result will be propagated to the returned future. * @return the mapped future

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    CompositeFutureFuture
  34. def recover(mapper: (Throwable) ⇒ Future[CompositeFuture]): Future[CompositeFuture]

    Handles a failure of this Future by returning the result of another Future.

    Handles a failure of this Future by returning the result of another Future. If the mapper fails, then the returned future will be failed with this failure. * @param mapper A function which takes the exception of a failure and returns a new future.

    returns

    A recovered future

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    CompositeFutureFuture
  35. def result(): CompositeFuture

    The result of the operation.

    The result of the operation. This will be null if the operation failed. * @return the result or null if the operation failed.

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    CompositeFutureFuture
  36. def resultAt[T](index: Int)(implicit arg0: scala.reflect.api.JavaUniverse.TypeTag[T]): T

    Returns the result of a wrapped future * @param index the wrapped future index

  37. def setHandler(handler: Handler[AsyncResult[CompositeFuture]]): CompositeFuture

    Set a handler for the result.

    Set a handler for the result.

    If the future has already been completed it will be called immediately. Otherwise it will be called when the future is completed. * @param handler the Handler that will be called with the result

    returns

    a reference to this, so it can be used fluently

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    CompositeFutureFuture
  38. def size(): Int

    returns

    the number of wrapped future

  39. def succeeded(index: Int): Boolean

    Returns true if a wrapped future is succeeded * @param index the wrapped future index

  40. def succeeded(): Boolean

    Did it succeed? * @return true if it succeded or false otherwise

    Did it succeed? * @return true if it succeded or false otherwise

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    Future
  41. final def synchronized[T0](arg0: ⇒ T0): T0
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  42. def toString(): String
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  43. def tryComplete(): Boolean

    Try to set this instance as result.

    Try to set this instance as result. When it happens, any handler will be called, if there is one, and the future will be marked as completed. * @return false when the future is already completed

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    CompositeFutureFuture
  44. def tryComplete(result: CompositeFuture): Boolean

    Set the failure.

    Set the failure. Any handler will be called, if there is one, and the future will be marked as completed. * @param result the result

    returns

    false when the future is already completed

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    CompositeFutureFuture
  45. def tryFail(failureMessage: String): Boolean

    Try to set the failure.

    Try to set the failure. When it happens, any handler will be called, if there is one, and the future will be marked as completed. * @param failureMessage the failure message

    returns

    false when the future is already completed

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    Future
  46. def tryFail(cause: Throwable): Boolean

    Try to set the failure.

    Try to set the failure. When it happens, any handler will be called, if there is one, and the future will be marked as completed. * @param cause the failure cause

    returns

    false when the future is already completed

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    Future
  47. final def wait(): Unit
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    @throws( ... )
  48. final def wait(arg0: Long, arg1: Int): Unit
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    @throws( ... )
  49. final def wait(arg0: Long): Unit
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