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icon5.gif  using "dominatorof" in query [message #486951] Mon, 21 September 2009 09:50 Go to next message
riaz  is currently offline riaz Friend
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Registered: September 2009
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Hi everybody,

maybe someone could help me with OQL:

I have a huge amount of objects from the same class ( Now I'd like to see the dominator of each object. I use

select OBJECTS dominatorof(s) as dom from s

for this. Is it possible to add a restriction in WHERE clause to remove dominators of a certain class? something like

... where dom.class not like ""?

Any help appreciated!

Re: using "dominatorof" in query [message #494938 is a reply to message #486951] Tue, 03 November 2009 10:36 Go to previous message
Krum Tsvetkov is currently offline Krum TsvetkovFriend
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Registered: July 2009
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not sure if we could express this with a query. I'll have to give it a try.
Just wanted to suggest an alternative. Did you try to use the "Immediate Dominators" query? You can call it for example from the context menu in the class histogram, on the class you are interested in.
There you can specify dominators of which types should be excluded. This doesn't really remove them, but for dominators matching the pattern the next dominator up in the hirarchy would be shown.

For example if you have
MyObjectA -> HashMap -> HashMap$Entry[] -> HashMap$Entry -> MyObjectB
and if you run the immediate dominators on MyObjectB with the default skip pattern (e.g. java.* ...), then you'll see that MyObjectB is dominated by MyObjectA

If you do this on a set of objects, you get the result aggregated per class.

Let me know if this could be used as a workaround.

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