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ActionScheduler_ActionFactory{} WC 1.0

Class ActionScheduler_ActionFactory

Возвращает

Null. Ничего.

Использование

$ActionScheduler_ActionFactory = new ActionScheduler_ActionFactory();
// use class methods

Методы

  1. async( $hook, $args = array(), $group = '' )
  2. cron( $hook, $args = array(), $base_timestamp = null, $schedule = null, $group = '' )
  3. get_stored_action( $status, $hook, array $args = array(), ActionScheduler_Schedule $schedule = null, $group = '' )
  4. recurring( $hook, $args = array(), $first = null, $interval = null, $group = '' )
  5. repeat( $action )
  6. single( $hook, $args = array(), $when = null, $group = '' )
  7. store( ActionScheduler_Action $action )

Код ActionScheduler_ActionFactory{} WC 4.6.1

<?php
class ActionScheduler_ActionFactory {

	/**
	 * @param string $status The action's status in the data store
	 * @param string $hook The hook to trigger when this action runs
	 * @param array $args Args to pass to callbacks when the hook is triggered
	 * @param ActionScheduler_Schedule $schedule The action's schedule
	 * @param string $group A group to put the action in
	 *
	 * @return ActionScheduler_Action An instance of the stored action
	 */
	public function get_stored_action( $status, $hook, array $args = array(), ActionScheduler_Schedule $schedule = null, $group = '' ) {

		switch ( $status ) {
			case ActionScheduler_Store::STATUS_PENDING :
				$action_class = 'ActionScheduler_Action';
				break;
			case ActionScheduler_Store::STATUS_CANCELED :
				$action_class = 'ActionScheduler_CanceledAction';
				if ( ! is_null( $schedule ) && ! is_a( $schedule, 'ActionScheduler_CanceledSchedule' ) && ! is_a( $schedule, 'ActionScheduler_NullSchedule' ) ) {
					$schedule = new ActionScheduler_CanceledSchedule( $schedule->get_date() );
				}
				break;
			default :
				$action_class = 'ActionScheduler_FinishedAction';
				break;
		}

		$action_class = apply_filters( 'action_scheduler_stored_action_class', $action_class, $status, $hook, $args, $schedule, $group );

		$action = new $action_class( $hook, $args, $schedule, $group );

		/**
		 * Allow 3rd party code to change the instantiated action for a given hook, args, schedule and group.
		 *
		 * @param ActionScheduler_Action $action The instantiated action.
		 * @param string $hook The instantiated action's hook.
		 * @param array $args The instantiated action's args.
		 * @param ActionScheduler_Schedule $schedule The instantiated action's schedule.
		 * @param string $group The instantiated action's group.
		 */
		return apply_filters( 'action_scheduler_stored_action_instance', $action, $hook, $args, $schedule, $group );
	}

	/**
	 * Enqueue an action to run one time, as soon as possible (rather a specific scheduled time).
	 *
	 * This method creates a new action with the NULLSchedule. This schedule maps to a MySQL datetime string of
	 * 0000-00-00 00:00:00. This is done to create a psuedo "async action" type that is fully backward compatible.
	 * Existing queries to claim actions claim by date, meaning actions scheduled for 0000-00-00 00:00:00 will
	 * always be claimed prior to actions scheduled for a specific date. This makes sure that any async action is
	 * given priority in queue processing. This has the added advantage of making sure async actions can be
	 * claimed by both the existing WP Cron and WP CLI runners, as well as a new async request runner.
	 *
	 * @param string $hook The hook to trigger when this action runs
	 * @param array $args Args to pass when the hook is triggered
	 * @param string $group A group to put the action in
	 *
	 * @return int The ID of the stored action
	 */
	public function async( $hook, $args = array(), $group = '' ) {
		$schedule = new ActionScheduler_NullSchedule();
		$action = new ActionScheduler_Action( $hook, $args, $schedule, $group );
		return $this->store( $action );
	}

	/**
	 * @param string $hook The hook to trigger when this action runs
	 * @param array $args Args to pass when the hook is triggered
	 * @param int $when Unix timestamp when the action will run
	 * @param string $group A group to put the action in
	 *
	 * @return int The ID of the stored action
	 */
	public function single( $hook, $args = array(), $when = null, $group = '' ) {
		$date = as_get_datetime_object( $when );
		$schedule = new ActionScheduler_SimpleSchedule( $date );
		$action = new ActionScheduler_Action( $hook, $args, $schedule, $group );
		return $this->store( $action );
	}

	/**
	 * Create the first instance of an action recurring on a given interval.
	 *
	 * @param string $hook The hook to trigger when this action runs
	 * @param array $args Args to pass when the hook is triggered
	 * @param int $first Unix timestamp for the first run
	 * @param int $interval Seconds between runs
	 * @param string $group A group to put the action in
	 *
	 * @return int The ID of the stored action
	 */
	public function recurring( $hook, $args = array(), $first = null, $interval = null, $group = '' ) {
		if ( empty($interval) ) {
			return $this->single( $hook, $args, $first, $group );
		}
		$date = as_get_datetime_object( $first );
		$schedule = new ActionScheduler_IntervalSchedule( $date, $interval );
		$action = new ActionScheduler_Action( $hook, $args, $schedule, $group );
		return $this->store( $action );
	}

	/**
	 * Create the first instance of an action recurring on a Cron schedule.
	 *
	 * @param string $hook The hook to trigger when this action runs
	 * @param array $args Args to pass when the hook is triggered
	 * @param int $base_timestamp The first instance of the action will be scheduled
	 *        to run at a time calculated after this timestamp matching the cron
	 *        expression. This can be used to delay the first instance of the action.
	 * @param int $schedule A cron definition string
	 * @param string $group A group to put the action in
	 *
	 * @return int The ID of the stored action
	 */
	public function cron( $hook, $args = array(), $base_timestamp = null, $schedule = null, $group = '' ) {
		if ( empty($schedule) ) {
			return $this->single( $hook, $args, $base_timestamp, $group );
		}
		$date = as_get_datetime_object( $base_timestamp );
		$cron = CronExpression::factory( $schedule );
		$schedule = new ActionScheduler_CronSchedule( $date, $cron );
		$action = new ActionScheduler_Action( $hook, $args, $schedule, $group );
		return $this->store( $action );
	}

	/**
	 * Create a successive instance of a recurring or cron action.
	 *
	 * Importantly, the action will be rescheduled to run based on the current date/time.
	 * That means when the action is scheduled to run in the past, the next scheduled date
	 * will be pushed forward. For example, if a recurring action set to run every hour
	 * was scheduled to run 5 seconds ago, it will be next scheduled for 1 hour in the
	 * future, which is 1 hour and 5 seconds from when it was last scheduled to run.
	 *
	 * Alternatively, if the action is scheduled to run in the future, and is run early,
	 * likely via manual intervention, then its schedule will change based on the time now.
	 * For example, if a recurring action set to run every day, and is run 12 hours early,
	 * it will run again in 24 hours, not 36 hours.
	 *
	 * This slippage is less of an issue with Cron actions, as the specific run time can
	 * be set for them to run, e.g. 1am each day. In those cases, and entire period would
	 * need to be missed before there was any change is scheduled, e.g. in the case of an
	 * action scheduled for 1am each day, the action would need to run an entire day late.
	 *
	 * @param ActionScheduler_Action $action The existing action.
	 *
	 * @return string The ID of the stored action
	 * @throws InvalidArgumentException If $action is not a recurring action.
	 */
	public function repeat( $action ) {
		$schedule = $action->get_schedule();
		$next     = $schedule->get_next( as_get_datetime_object() );

		if ( is_null( $next ) || ! $schedule->is_recurring() ) {
			throw new InvalidArgumentException( __( 'Invalid action - must be a recurring action.', 'woocommerce' ) );
		}

		$schedule_class = get_class( $schedule );
		$new_schedule = new $schedule( $next, $schedule->get_recurrence(), $schedule->get_first_date() );
		$new_action = new ActionScheduler_Action( $action->get_hook(), $action->get_args(), $new_schedule, $action->get_group() );
		return $this->store( $new_action );
	}

	/**
	 * @param ActionScheduler_Action $action
	 *
	 * @return int The ID of the stored action
	 */
	protected function store( ActionScheduler_Action $action ) {
		$store = ActionScheduler_Store::instance();
		return $store->save_action( $action );
	}
}