ManagedAuthResourceOwner<T> class Null safety

REQUIRED: An OAuth 2.0 Resource Owner as a ManagedObject.

An application using this library must declare a ManagedObject subclass that implements this type. This type will represent instances of a resource owner in an application. For example,

    class User extends ManagedObject<_User> implements _User, ManagedAuthResourceOwner  {}
    class _User extends ManagedAuthenticatable { ... }

Note that this interface is made up of both ResourceOwnerTableDefinition and ManagedObject. The type declaring this as an interface must extend ManagedObject and implement a table definition that extends ResourceOwnerTableDefinition. Since all ManagedObject subclasses extend their table definition, this interface requirement is met.

Implemented types




backing ManagedBacking
The persistent values of this object. [...]
read / write, inherited
entity ManagedEntity
The ManagedEntity this instance is described by.
read / write, inherited
hashCode int
The hash code for this object. [...]
read-only, inherited
hashedPassword String?
The hashed password of a resource owner.
@Column(omitByDefault: true), read / write, inherited
id int?
The primary key of a resource owner.
@primaryKey, read / write, inherited
runtimeType Type
A representation of the runtime type of the object.
read-only, inherited
salt String?
The salt for hashedPassword.
@Column(omitByDefault: true), read / write, inherited
tokens ManagedSet<ManagedAuthToken>?
The list of tokens issue for this resource owner.
read / write, inherited
username String?
The username of a resource owner.
@Column(unique: true, indexed: true), read / write, inherited


asMap() Map<String, dynamic>
Converts this instance into a serializable map. [...]
documentSchema(APIDocumentContext context) APISchemaObject
Returns an APISchemaObject describing this object's type. [...]
hasValueForProperty(String propertyName) bool
Checks whether or not a property has been set in this instances' backing.
noSuchMethod(Invocation invocation) → dynamic
Invoked when a non-existent method or property is accessed. [...]
read(Map<String, dynamic> object, {Iterable<String>? accept, Iterable<String>? ignore, Iterable<String>? reject, Iterable<String>? require}) → void
Reads values from object, after applying filters. [...]
readFromMap(Map<String, dynamic> object) → void
Reads values from object. [...]
removePropertiesFromBackingMap(List<String> propertyNames) → void
Removes multiple properties from backing.
removePropertyFromBackingMap(String propertyName) → void
Removes a property from backing. [...]
toString() String
A string representation of this object. [...]
validate({Validating forEvent = Validating.insert}) ValidationContext
Validates an object according to its property Validate metadata. [...]
@mustCallSuper, inherited
willInsert() → void
Callback to modify an object prior to inserting it with a Query. [...]
willUpdate() → void
Callback to modify an object prior to updating it with a Query. [...]


operator ==(Object other) bool
The equality operator. [...]
operator [](String propertyName) → dynamic
Retrieves a value by property name from backing.
operator []=(String propertyName, dynamic value) → void
Sets a value by property name in backing.