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package net.sf.jasperreports.charts;

import net.sf.jasperreports.engine.JRChartDataset;
import net.sf.jasperreports.engine.JRExpression;
import net.sf.jasperreports.engine.JRHyperlink;


/**
 * Although the name of this dataset is "High-Low", it can actually hold a series of 
 * (x, high, low, open, close, volume) items. It is used in combination with either 
 * a High-Low or a Candlestick chart.
 * 
 * @author Ionut Nedelcu ([email protected])
 */
public interface JRHighLowDataset extends JRChartDataset
{
	/**
	 * @return the expression of the series name. Currently only one series is supported inside 
	 * a High-Low or Candlestick chart. This limitation is documented inside JFreeChart, the 
	 * library used for the built-in chart support. However, this single series must 
	 * be identified by a java.lang.Comparable value returned by this expression, 
	 * and it must also be used as the series name in the chart's legend.
	 */
	public JRExpression getSeriesExpression();


	/**
	 * @return the expression of the date to which the current 
	 * (high, low, open, close, volume) item refers.
	 */
	public JRExpression getDateExpression();


	/**
	 * @return a numeric expression that will be part of the data item added to 
	 * the series when the dataset gets incremented.
	 */
	public JRExpression getHighExpression();


	/**
	 * @return a numeric expression that will be part of the data item added to 
	 * the series when the dataset gets incremented.
	 */
	public JRExpression getLowExpression();


	/**
	 * @return a numeric expression that will be part of the data item added to 
	 * the series when the dataset gets incremented.
	 */
	public JRExpression getOpenExpression();


	/**
	 * @return a numeric expression that will be part of the data item added to 
	 * the series when the dataset gets incremented.
	 */
	public JRExpression getCloseExpression();


	/**
	 * @return a numeric expression representing the volume value to use for the current 
	 * data item. It is used only for Candlestick charts.
	 */
	public JRExpression getVolumeExpression();
	
	
	/**
	 * Returns the hyperlink specification for chart items.
	 * 

* The hyperlink will be evaluated for every chart item and a image map will be created for the chart. *

* * @return hyperlink specification for chart items */ public JRHyperlink getItemHyperlink(); }