- All Implemented Interfaces:
In subclasses you can:
Add methods annotated with Provide and a return type of Arbitrary<T>.
The result of an annotated method will then be used as an arbitrary provider for type
Those methods follow the same rules as provider methods in container classes, i.e. they have an optional parameters of type TypeUsage or with annotation ForAll.
- Add inner classes (static or not static, but not private) that implement ArbitraryProvider. An instance of this class will then be used as providers.
- Add inner classes (static or not static, but not private) that implement ArbitraryConfigurator. An instance of this class will then be used as configurator.
Mind that a domain context does not automatically import global providers and configurators.
If you want to have them available, you have to add the global domain context to the domain class or at the point of usage
getReportingFormatsDescription copied from interface:
DomainContextProvide additional reporting formats that are used to format objects that are reported in property results or when using a Reporter.
setDefaultPrioritypublic void setDefaultPriority