- Direct Known Subclasses:
There are currently two resource mapping contexts: the local mapping context
(represented by the singleton
RemoteResourceMappingContext. Implementors of
should not assume that these are the only valid contexts (in order to allow future
extensibility). Therefore, if the provided context is not of one of the above mentioned types,
the implementor can assume that the context is a local context.
This class may be subclassed by clients; this class is not intended to be instantiated directly.
LOCAL_CONTEXTpublic static final ResourceMappingContext LOCAL_CONTEXTThis resource mapping context is used to indicate that the operation that is requesting the traversals is performing a local operation. Because the operation is local, the resource mapping is free to be as precise as desired about what resources make up the mapping without concern for performing optimized remote operations.