public interface DataSourceOperations
acts on the set of stored objects represented by a
performing one of the basic actions that makes sense on a set of similar records: "fetch",
"add", "update" or "remove". There is also a fifth DataSource Operation, "custom", which is
intended for arbitrary server operations that are more complex than a fetch of some records, or
an update to a single record.
Each DataSource operation has specific request and response data, for example, in the "fetch" DataSource operation, the request data is expected to be search criteria, and the response data is expected to be a list of matching DataSource records. Listed below are the request data and response data for each DataSource operation type, and what they mean.
If you are using
server-side data integration with the Smart GWT Java server, see the Java
Server Reference for information about how DataSource Requests arrive on the server
(specifically com.isomorphic.datasource.DSRequest) and how to provide responses (specifically
DSRequest.oldValues as the source for whatever
criteria values you need. That covers everything except