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NAME

       ScXMLTransitionElt -

       the <transition> SCXML element.

SYNOPSIS

       #include <Inventor/scxml/ScXMLTransitionElt.h>

       Inherits ScXMLElt.

   Public Member Functions
       virtual SoType getTypeId (void) const
           Returns the type identification of an object derived from a class inheriting SoBase.
           This is used for run-time type checking and 'downward' casting.
       virtual void setEventAttribute (const char *event)
       const char * getEventAttribute (void) const
       virtual void setCondAttribute (const char *cond)
       const char * getCondAttribute (void) const
       virtual void setTargetAttribute (const char *target)
       const char * getTargetAttribute (void) const
       virtual void setAnchorAttribute (const char *anchor)
       const char * getAnchorAttribute (void) const
       virtual SbBool handleXMLAttributes (void)
       virtual void copyContents (const ScXMLElt *rhs)
       virtual const ScXMLElt * search (const char *attrname, const char *attrvalue) const
       SbBool isConditionLess (void) const
       SbBool isTargetLess (void) const
       SbBool isSelfReferencing (void) const
       virtual SbBool isEventMatch (const ScXMLEvent *event) const
       virtual SbBool evaluateCondition (ScXMLStateMachine *statemachine)
       virtual int getNumExecutables (void) const
       virtual ScXMLExecutableElt * getExecutable (int idx) const
       virtual void addExecutable (ScXMLExecutableElt *executable)
       virtual void removeExecutable (ScXMLExecutableElt *executable)
       virtual void clearAllExecutables (void)
       virtual void execute (ScXMLStateMachine *statemachine) const

   Static Public Member Functions
       static ScXMLEltReader * getElementReader (void)
       static SoType getClassTypeId (void)
       static void * createInstance (void)
       static void initClass (void)
       static void cleanClass (void)

   Protected Attributes
       char * event
       char * cond
       char * target
       char * anchor
       SbBool needprefixmatching
       SbName eventkey
       SbName targetkey

   Additional Inherited Members

Detailed Description

       the <transition> SCXML element.

       The <transition> element is used for invoking executable code and transition from the
       current active states in a state machine to a new set of active states.

       By plural active states, it is meant that all the parent states of active states are also
       active at the same time, which is helpful when organizing common event triggered
       <transition> transitions. Putting transitions in the root <scxml> element means that they
       are always active.

       You also have the concept of parallel states in SCXML. This is not yet supported in Coin
       SCXML.

       The following attributes are accepted:

       · event
       · cond
       · target
       · anchor - not supported
       The event attribute specifies the event that the transition will trigger for, if the
       <transition> element is in an active state. The event attribute can be specified with
       wildcard matching using '*', but with the following restrictions:

       · '*' must be at the end of the event name match.
       · '*' must match full dot-separated words.
       Example 1: event='*'
       Example 2: event='error.*'
       The cond attribute can be used to specify additional conditions that must be met for the
       <transition> to be triggered. The condition expression language depends on which profile
       the SCXML state machine uses.
       The 'minimum' profile only specifies one function, which is the In({ID}) function. In()
       evaluates to TRUE if the state machine is currently in the state with the given ID.
       The 'x-coin' profile implements a number of expressions that evaluates to a truth value.
       While in development, documenting the expression language seems like too much overhead, so
       that part will have to wait. The source code can do the talking. See Coin/src/scxml/eval-
       coin-tab.y.
       The target attribute specifies the target states to transition to. If parallel states had
       been implemented, you would be able to specify multiple states in this attribute, but for
       now you can only specify one target state. If target is dropped, then the transition does
       not change what the active state is and will just execute the executable parts it
       contains. If target is the id of the state the <transition> is in, the state will be
       left/exited and then reentered again. For active substates, this means they will also be
       exited of course.
       The anchor attribute is not supported.
       <transition> elements can contain executable SCXML elements as XML children, meaning <if>
       /<elseif> / <else>, <assign>, <send>, <event>, <log>.
       Since:
           Coin 3.0
       See Also:
           ScXMLIfElt, ScXMLAssignElt, ScXMLSendElt, ScXMLEventElt, ScXMLLogElt

Member Function Documentation

   SoType ScXMLTransitionElt::getTypeId (void) const [virtual]
       Returns the type identification of an object derived from a class inheriting SoBase. This
       is used for run-time type checking and 'downward' casting.
       See Also:
           SoBase::getTypeId() const
       Implements ScXMLElt.
   SbBool ScXMLTransitionElt::handleXMLAttributes (void) [virtual]
       This method is called when the file reader has set all the XML attributes on the object,
       and wants the object to handle them and report if the values were ok or if a read error
       should be produced.
       Returns:
           TRUE if the attributes are ok, and FALSE on error.
       This base class implementation does nothing and just returns TRUE.
       Reimplemented from ScXMLElt.
   const ScXMLElt * ScXMLTransitionElt::search (const char *attrname, const char *attrvalue)
       const [virtual]
       This method searches the SCXML structure for an element with the given attributevalue for
       the given attribute.
       Returns NULL if nothing was found.
       This function needs to be reimplemented to traverse child elements.
       Reimplemented from ScXMLElt.
   SbBool ScXMLTransitionElt::isConditionLess (void) const
       Returns whether this is a conditionless SCXML transition or not.
       A conditionless transition should always be taken.
   SbBool ScXMLTransitionElt::isTargetLess (void) const
       Returns whether this is a transition without a target setting or not.
       When a targetless transition is taken, the state machine's state does not change. This
       differs from setting the target to its own state, which will cause the state machine to
       leave the state and reenter it again.
   SbBool ScXMLTransitionElt::isSelfReferencing (void) const
       Returns whether this transition is referencing its container or not.
       If TRUE, this means you should end up in the same state as you started with when doing
       this transition. Note however that as opposed to a targetless transition, this transition
       should actually exit the state and then reenter it again. Executable content will be
       invoked after exiting the state, before reentering.
   SbBool ScXMLTransitionElt::isEventMatch (const ScXMLEvent *eventobj) const [virtual]
       This function returns TRUE if the transition matches the given eventobj object and FALSE
       otherwise.
   SbBool ScXMLTransitionElt::evaluateCondition (ScXMLStateMachine *statemachine) [virtual]
       This function uses the statemachine evaluator to evaluate its condition expression, and
       returns TRUE or FALSE based on the evaluation.
       On expression error, error events are emit'ed to the SCXML state machine.
       If the transition is conditionless, this function will return TRUE.
   void ScXMLTransitionElt::execute (ScXMLStateMachine *statemachine) const [virtual]
       Calls invoke on all the ScXMLInvoke children.

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