AbstractFeatureListModel QML Type
|import QtInterfaceFramework 1.0
- configurationId : string
- discoveryMode : enumeration
- discoveryResult : enumeration
- error : string
- isInitialized : bool
- isValid : bool
- preferredBackends : list<string>
- serviceObject : ServiceObject
- enumeration startAutoDiscovery()
This element is not directly accessible from QML. It provides the base QML properties for the feature, like autoDiscovery and isValid.
See also AbstractFeature.
configurationId : string
Holds the id to determine which configuration this feature belongs to.
Once the id has been set, it is possible to change certain values using the InterfaceFrameworkConfiguration API.
Note: Values set in the matching InterfaceFrameworkConfiguration can override the initial values set during the component creation.
See also InterfaceFrameworkConfiguration.
discoveryMode : enumeration
Holds the mode that is used for the autoDiscovery
Available values are:
|No auto discovery is done and the ServiceObject needs to be set manually.
|Tries to find a production backend with a matching interface and falls back to a simulation backend if not found.
|Only tries to load a production backend with a matching interface.
|Only tries to load a simulation backend with a matching interface.
If needed the auto discovery will be started once the Feature creation is completed.
Note: If you change this property after the Feature is instantiated you need to call startAutoDiscovery() to search for a new Service Object
[read-only] discoveryResult : enumeration
The result of the last autoDiscovery attempt
Available values are:
|Indicates that no auto discovery was started because the feature has already assigned a valid ServiceObject.
|An error has happened while searching for a backend with a matching interface.
|As a result of the auto discovery a production backend was loaded.
|As a result of the auto discovery a simulation backend was loaded.
[read-only] error : string
Last error message of the feature. Empty if no error.
[read-only] isInitialized : bool
Indicates whether the feature has been initialized with all the values from the backend.
The property is
true once the backend sends the QIfFeatureInterface::initializationDone signal to indicate that all values have now been initialized with values from the backend.
[read-only] isValid : bool
Indicates whether the feature is ready for use.
The property is
true if the feature is ready to be used, otherwise
false. Not being ready usually indicates that no suitable service object could be found, or that automatic discovery has not been triggered.
The backend still might not have sent all properties yet and is not fully initialized. Use isInitialized instead to know when the feature holds all correct values.
Holds a list of wildcards to load the preferred backend during auto discovery.
The auto discovery mechanism will automatically search for backends which provide a matching interface for this feature implementation. See startAutoDiscovery() for more information.
In case multiple backends implement the same interface, the list of wildcards can be used to determine the correct one to load.
The wildcards are applied in order to the found backends. If the wildcard matches some backends those backends will be loaded, otherwise the next wildcard is used.
For example: Given an AbstractFeature with two backends, backend_mqtt.so and backend_qtro.so, the property can be set to
"*_mqtt*" to always select the backend_mqtt.so backend when available.
serviceObject : ServiceObject
Sets the service object for the feature.
As features only expose the front API facing the developer, a service object implementing the actual function is required. This is usually retrieved through the auto discovery mechanism.
The setter for this property returns false if the Service Object is already set to exactly this instance or the Service Object doesn't get accepted by the feature.
See also discoveryMode.
Performs an automatic discovery attempt.
See AbstractFeature::startAutoDiscovery() for more information
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