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lib/stupidedi/transaction_sets/builder.rb

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# frozen_string_literal: true
module Stupidedi
  using Refinements

  module TransactionSets
    #
    # {Builder} is a simple DSL for construction a transaction set
    #
    module Builder
    end

    class << Builder
      # @return [Schema::TransactionSetDef]
      def build(functional_group, id, name, *table_defs)
        Schema::TransactionSetDef.build(functional_group, id, name, *table_defs)
      end

      # @group Element Constraints
      #######################################################################

      # @param [String, ...] values
      def Values(*values)
        [:Values, values]
      end

      # @param [Integer] n
      def MaxLength(n)
        [:MaxLength, n]
      end

      # @param [Integer] n
      def MaxPrecision(n)
        [:MaxPrecision, n]
      end

      # @endgroup
      #######################################################################

      # @group Definition Constructors
      #######################################################################

      # @param [Schema::ElementReq] requirement
      # @param [String] name
      def Element(requirement, name, *constraints)
        [:Element, requirement, name, constraints]
      end

      # @return [SegmentUse]
      def Segment(position, segment_def, name, requirement, repeat_count, *elements)
        unless elements.length == segment_def.element_uses.length
          raise Exceptions::InvalidSchemaError,
            "segment #{segment_def.id} has #{segment_def.element_uses.length}" +
            " elements but #{elements.length} arguments were given"
        end

        element_idx   = "00"
        element_uses  = elements.zip(segment_def.element_uses).map do |e, u|
          e_tag, e_requirement, e_name, e_arguments = e
          element_idx = element_idx.succ
          descriptor  = "#{segment_def.id}#{element_idx}"

          unless e_tag == :Element
            raise Exceptions::InvalidSchemaError,
              "given argument for #{descriptor} must be Element(...)"
          end

          if u.composite?
            e_repeat_count, e_arguments = e_arguments.partition{|x| x.is_a?(Schema::RepeatCount) }

            changes = Hash.new
            changes[:requirement] = e_requirement

            if e_repeat_count.length == 1
              changes[:repeat_count] = e_repeat_count.head
            elsif e_repeat_count.length > 1
              raise Exceptions::InvalidSchemaError,
                "more than one RepeatCount was specified for #{descriptor}"
            end

            unless e_requirement.forbidden?
              unless e_arguments.length == u.definition.component_uses.length
                raise Exceptions::InvalidSchemaError,
                  "composite element #{u.definition.id} at #{descriptor} has
                  #{u.definition.component_uses.length} component elements but
                  #{e_arguments.length} arguments were given".join
              end

              # ComponentElementUses
              component_idx   = "00"
              component_uses  = e_arguments.zip(u.definition.component_uses).map do |e1, c|
                c_tag, c_requirement, c_name, c_arguments = e1
                component_idx = component_idx.succ
                descriptor    = "#{descriptor}-#{component_idx}"

                unless c_tag == :Element
                  raise Exceptions::InvalidSchemaError,
                    "given argument for #{descriptor} must be Element(...)"
                end

                mod_element(c, descriptor, c_requirement, c_name, c_arguments)
              end

              changes[:definition] = u.definition.copy(:name           => e_name,
                                                       :component_uses => component_uses)
            else
              changes[:definition] = u.definition.copy(:name => e_name)
            end

            u.copy(changes)
          else
            mod_element(u, descriptor, e_requirement, e_name, e_arguments)
          end
        end

        segment_def.
          copy(:name => name, :element_uses => element_uses).
          use(position, requirement, repeat_count)
      end

      # @endgroup
      #######################################################################

     private

      # @return [Schema::SimpleElementUse]
      def mod_element(element_use, descriptor, requirement, name, arguments)
        unless requirement.is_a?(Schema::ElementReq)
          raise Exceptions::InvalidSchemaError,
            "first argument to Element must be a Schema::ElementReq but got #{requirement.inspect} for #{descriptor}"
        end

        unless name.is_a?(String)
          raise Exceptions::InvalidSchemaError,
            "second argument to Element must be a String for #{descriptor}"
        end

        changes = Hash.new # changes to SegmentUse
        dhanges = Hash.new # changes to SegmentDef

        changes[:requirement] = requirement
        changes[:definition]  = element_use.definition.copy(:name => name)

        repeat_count = arguments.select{|x| x.is_a?(Schema::RepeatCount) }

        if repeat_count.length == 1
          changes[:repeat_count] = repeat_count.head
        elsif repeat_count.length > 1
          raise Exceptions::InvalidSchemaError,
            "more than one RepeatCount specified for #{descriptor}"
        end

        allowed_values = arguments.select{|x| x.is_a?(Array) and x.head == :Values }

        if allowed_values.length == 1
          begin
            changes[:allowed_values] = element_use.allowed_values.replace(allowed_values.head.last)
          rescue ArgumentError => e
            raise Exceptions::InvalidSchemaError,
              "#{e.message} for #{descriptor}"
          end
        elsif allowed_values.length > 1
          raise Exceptions::InvalidSchemaError,
            "more than one Values specified for #{descriptor}"
        end

        max_length = arguments.select{|x| x.is_a?(Array) and x.head == :MaxLength }

        if max_length.length == 1
          dhanges[:max_length] = max_length.head.last
        elsif max_length.length > 1
          raise Exceptions::InvalidSchemaError,
            "more than one MaxLength specified for #{descriptor}"
        end

        if dhanges.empty?
          element_use.copy(changes)
        else
          element_use.copy(changes.merge(:definition =>
            element_use.definition.copy(dhanges)))
        end
      end
    end
  end
end