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nsINavHistoryService.idl

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#include "nsISupports.idl"
#include "nsIArray.idl"
#include "nsIURI.idl"

interface nsIFile;
interface nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode;
interface nsINavHistoryQueryResultNode;
interface nsINavHistoryQuery;
interface nsINavHistoryQueryOptions;
interface nsINavHistoryResult;
interface nsINavHistoryBatchCallback;
interface nsITreeColumn;
interface nsIWritablePropertyBag;

[scriptable, uuid(47cf89e3-4777-46bf-9677-21793870ce62)]
interface nsINavHistoryResultNode : nsISupports
{
  /**
   * Indentifies the parent result node in the result set. This is null for
   * top level nodes.
   */
  readonly attribute nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode parent;

  /**
   * The history-result to which this node belongs.
   */
  readonly attribute nsINavHistoryResult parentResult;

  /**
   * URI of the resource in question. For visits and URLs, this is the URL of
   * the page. For folders and queries, this is the place: URI of the
   * corresponding folder or query. This may be empty for other types of
   * objects like host containers.
   */
  readonly attribute AUTF8String uri;

  /**
   * Identifies the type of this node. This node can then be QI-ed to the
   * corresponding specialized result node interface.
   */
  const unsigned long RESULT_TYPE_URI = 0;               // nsINavHistoryResultNode
  const unsigned long RESULT_TYPE_VISIT = 1;             // nsINavHistoryVisitResultNode
  const unsigned long RESULT_TYPE_FULL_VISIT = 2;        // nsINavHistoryFullVisitResultNode
  const unsigned long RESULT_TYPE_DYNAMIC_CONTAINER = 4; // nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode
  const unsigned long RESULT_TYPE_QUERY = 5;             // nsINavHistoryQueryResultNode
  const unsigned long RESULT_TYPE_FOLDER = 6;            // nsINavHistoryQueryResultNode
  const unsigned long RESULT_TYPE_SEPARATOR = 7;         // nsINavHistoryResultNode
  const unsigned long RESULT_TYPE_FOLDER_SHORTCUT = 9;   // nsINavHistoryQueryResultNode
  readonly attribute unsigned long type;

  /**
   * Title of the web page, or of the node's query (day, host, folder, etc)
   */
  readonly attribute AUTF8String title;

  /**
   * Total number of times the URI has ever been accessed. For hosts, this
   * is the total of the children under it, NOT the total times the host has
   * been accessed (this would require an additional query, so is not given
   * by default when most of the time it is never needed).
   */
  readonly attribute unsigned long accessCount;

  /**
   * This is the time the user accessed the page.
   *
   * If this is a visit, it is the exact time that the page visit occurred.
   *
   * If this is a URI, it is the most recent time that the URI was visited.
   * Even if you ask for all URIs for a given date range long ago, this might
   * contain today's date if the URI was visited today.
   *
   * For hosts, or other node types with children, this is the most recent
   * access time for any of the children.
   *
   * For days queries this is the respective endTime - a maximum possible
   * visit time to fit in the day range.
   */
  readonly attribute PRTime time;

  /**
   * This URI can be used as an image source URI and will give you the favicon
   * for the page. It is *not* the URI of the favicon, but rather something
   * that will resolve to the actual image.
   *
   * In most cases, this is an annotation URI that will query the favicon
   * service. If the entry has no favicon, this is the chrome URI of the
   * default favicon. If the favicon originally lived in chrome, this will
   * be the original chrome URI of the icon.
   */
  readonly attribute nsIURI icon;

  /**
   * This is the number of levels between this node and the top of the
   * hierarchy. The members of result.children have indentLevel = 0, their
   * children have indentLevel = 1, etc. The indent level of the root node is
   * set to -1.
   */
  readonly attribute long indentLevel;

  /**
   * Value with undefined meaning for use by the view. Its initial value will
   * be -1. The result implementation treats nodes with this property set to
   * -1 as invisible!
   *
   * View-implementations may use this value to track the node index in the
   * view, e.g. the tree view uses this value to indicate the row in the
   * tree that this node is at. Other views may choose not to use this, but
   * should inititalize this value to anything but -1 for visible nodes.
   */
  attribute long viewIndex;

  /**
   * You can use this to associate temporary information with the result node.
   * This property bag is associated with the result node and is not persisted
   * in any way.
   */
  readonly attribute nsIWritablePropertyBag propertyBag;

  /**
   * When this item is in a bookmark folder (parent is of type folder), this is
   * the index into that folder of this node. These indices start at 0 and
   * increase in the order that they appear in the bookmark folder. For items
   * that are not in a bookmark folder, this value is -1.
   */
  readonly attribute long bookmarkIndex;

  /**
   * If the node is an item (bookmark, folder or a separator) this value is the
   * row ID of that bookmark in the database. For other nodes, this value is
   * set to -1.
   */
  readonly attribute long long itemId;

  /**
   * If the node is an item (bookmark, folder or a separator) this value is the 
   * time that the item was created. For other nodes, this value is 0.
   */
  readonly attribute PRTime dateAdded;

  /**
   * If the node is an item (bookmark, folder or a separator) this value is the 
   * time that the item was last modified. For other nodes, this value is 0.
   */
  readonly attribute PRTime lastModified;

  /**
   * For uri nodes, this is a sorted list of the tags, delimited with commans,
   * for the uri represented by this node. Otherwise this is an empty string.
   */
  readonly attribute AString tags;
};


/**
 * When you request RESULT_TYPE_VISIT from query options, you will get this
 * interface for each item, which includes the session ID so that we can
 * group items from the same session together.
 */
[scriptable, uuid(8e2c5a86-b33d-4fa6-944b-559af7e95fcd)]
00199 interface nsINavHistoryVisitResultNode : nsINavHistoryResultNode
{
  /**
   * This indicates the session ID of the * visit. This is used for session
   * grouping when a tree view is sorted by date.
   */
00205   readonly attribute long long sessionId;
};


/**
 * This structure will be returned when you request RESULT_TYPE_FULL_VISIT in
 * the query options. This includes uncommonly used information about each
 * visit.
 */
[scriptable, uuid(c49fd9d5-56e2-43eb-932c-f933f28cba85)]
00215 interface nsINavHistoryFullVisitResultNode : nsINavHistoryVisitResultNode
{
  /**
   * This indicates the visit ID of the visit.
   */
00220   readonly attribute long long visitId;

  /**
   * This indicates the referring visit ID of the visit. The referrer should
   * have the same sessionId.
   */
00226   readonly attribute long long referringVisitId;

  /**
   * Indicates the transition type of the visit.
   * One of nsINavHistoryService.TRANSITION_*
   */
00232   readonly attribute long transitionType;
};


/**
 * Base class for container results. This includes all types of groupings.
 * Bookmark folders and places queries will be QueryResultNodes which extends
 * these items.
 */
[scriptable, uuid(f9c8e1c1-e701-44ad-893c-8504c3956929)]
00242 interface nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode : nsINavHistoryResultNode
{

  /**
   * Set this to allow descent into the container. When closed, attempting
   * to call getChildren or childCount will result in an error. You should
   * set this to false when you are done reading.
   *
   * For HOST and DAY groupings, doing this is free since the children have
   * been precomputed. For queries and bookmark folders, being open means they
   * will keep themselves up-to-date by listening for updates and re-querying
   * as needed.
   */
00255   attribute boolean containerOpen;

  /**
   * This indicates whether this node "may" have children, and can be used
   * when the container is open or closed. When the container is closed, it
   * will give you an exact answer if the node can easily be populated (for
   * example, a bookmark folder). If not (for example, a complex history query),
   * it will return true. When the container is open, it will always be
   * accurate. It is intended to be used to see if we should draw the "+" next
   * to a tree item.
   */
00266   readonly attribute boolean hasChildren;

  /**
   * This gives you the children of the nodes. It is preferrable to use this
   * interface over the array one, since it avoids creating an nsIArray object
   * and the interface is already the correct type.
   *
   * @throws NS_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE if containerOpen is false.
   */
00275   readonly attribute unsigned long childCount;
  nsINavHistoryResultNode getChild(in unsigned long aIndex);

  /**
   * Returns false if this node's list of children can be modified
   * (adding or removing children, or reordering children), or true if
   * the UI should not allow the list of children to be modified.
   * This is false for bookmark folder nodes unless setFolderReadOnly() has
   * been called to override it, and true for non-folder nodes.
   */
00285   readonly attribute boolean childrenReadOnly;

  // --------------------------------------------------------------------------
  // Dynamic container

  /**
   * This is a string representing the dynamic container API service that is
   * responsible for this container. This throws if if the node is not a dynamic
   * container.
   */
00295   readonly attribute AUTF8String dynamicContainerType;

  /**
   * Appends a full visit node to this container and returns it. For the dynamic
   * container API. TO BE CALLED FROM nsIDynamicContainer::OnContainerOpening()
   * ONLY, and only for non-bookmark-folder containers.
   *
   * @see nsINavHistoryURIResultNode for parameters.
   */
  nsINavHistoryResultNode appendURINode(
      in AUTF8String aURI, in AUTF8String aTitle, in PRUint32 aAccessCount,
      in PRTime aTime, in AUTF8String aIconURI);

  /**
   * Appends a full visit node to this container and returns it. For the dynamic
   * container API. TO BE CALLED FROM nsIDynamicContainer::OnContainerOpening()
   * ONLY, and only for non-bookmark-folder containers.
   *
   * @see nsINavHistoryVisitResultNode for parameters.
   *
   * UNTESTED: Container API functions are commented out until we can test
   */
  /*nsINavHistoryVisitResultNode appendVisitNode(
      in AUTF8String aURI, in AUTF8String aTitle, in PRUint32 aAccessCount,
      in PRTime aTime, in AUTF8String aIconURI, in PRInt64 aSession);*/

  /**
   * Appends a full visit node to this container and returns it. For the dynamic
   * container API. TO BE CALLED FROM nsIDynamicContainer::OnContainerOpening()
   * ONLY, and only for non-bookmark-folder containers.
   *
   * @see nsINavHistoryFullVisitResultNode for parameters.
   *
   * UNTESTED: Container API functions are commented out until we can test
   */
  /*nsINavHistoryFullVisitResultNode appendFullVisitNode(
      in AUTF8String aURI, in AUTF8String aTitle, in PRUint32 aAccessCount,
      in PRTime aTime, in AUTF8String aIconURI, in PRInt64 aSession,
      in PRInt64 aVisitId, in PRInt64 aReferringVisitId,
      in PRInt32 aTransitionType);*/

  /**
   * Appends a container node to this container and returns it. For the dynamic
   * container API. TO BE CALLED FROM nsIDynamicContainer::OnContainerOpening()
   * ONLY, and only for non-bookmark-folder containers.
   *
   * aContainerType should be RESULT_TYPE_DYNAMIC_CONTAINER.
   * When type is dynamic container you must
   * specify a dynamic container type, otherwise, the dynamic container type must
   * be null. Use appendQueryNode and appendFolderNode for the other container
   * types.
   *
   * UNTESTED: Container API functions are commented out until we can test
   */
  /*nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode appendContainerNode(
      in AUTF8String aTitle, in AUTF8String aIconURI, in PRUint32 aContainerType,
      in AUTF8String aDynamicContainerType);*/

  /**
   * Appends a query node to this container and returns it. For the dynamic
   * container API. TO BE CALLED FROM nsIDynamicContainer::OnContainerOpening()
   * ONLY, and only for non-bookmark-folder containers.
   *
   * Normally you should supply an empty string for IconURI and it will take
   * the default query icon for the current theme.
   *
   * UNTESTED: Container API functions are commented out until we can test
   */
  /*nsINavHistoryQueryResultNode appendQueryNode(
      in AUTF8String aQueryURI, in AUTF8String aTitle, in AUTF8String aIconURI);*/

  /**
   * Appends a bookmark folder node to this container and returns it. For the
   * dynamic container API. TO BE CALLED FROM nsIDynamicContainer::OnContainerOpening()
   * ONLY, and only for non-bookmark-folder containers.
   *
   * All container attributes will come from the boomkarks service for this
   * folder.
   */
  nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode appendFolderNode(in PRInt64 aFolderId);

  /**
   * Clears all children of this container. For the dynamic container API.
   * TO BE CALLED FROM nsIDynamicContainer::OnContainerOpening and
   * nsIDynamicContainer::OnContainerClosed ONLY, and valid only for
   * non-bookmark-folder containers.
   *
   * UNTESTED: Container API functions are commented out until we can test
   */
  /*void clearContents();*/
};


/**
 * Used for places queries and as a base for bookmark folders.
 *
 * Note that if you request places to *not* be expanded in the options that
 * generated this node, this item will report it has no children and never try
 * to populate itself.
 */
[scriptable, uuid(ea17745a-1852-4155-a98f-d1dd1763b3df)]
00396 interface nsINavHistoryQueryResultNode : nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode
{
  /**
   * Get the queries which build this node's children.
   * Only valid for RESULT_TYPE_QUERY nodes.
   */
  void getQueries(out unsigned long queryCount,
                  [retval,array,size_is(queryCount)] out nsINavHistoryQuery queries);

  /**
   * Get the options which group this node's children.
   * Only valid for RESULT_TYPE_QUERY nodes.
   */
00409   readonly attribute nsINavHistoryQueryOptions queryOptions;

  /**
   * For both simple folder nodes and simple-folder-query nodes, this is set
   * to the concrete itemId of the folder. Otherwise, this is set to -1.
   */
00415   readonly attribute long long folderItemId;
};


/**
 * Allows clients to observe what is happening to a result as it updates itself
 * according to history and bookmark system events. Register this observer on a
 * result using registerView
 *
 * @see nsINavHistoryResult for where this fits in
 */
[scriptable, uuid(e60f4429-3787-45c8-a8c0-18ef52621bbf)]
00427 interface nsINavHistoryResultViewer : nsISupports
{
  /**
   * Called when 'aItem' is inserted into 'aParent' at index 'aNewIndex'.
   * The item previously at index (if any) and everything below it will have
   * been shifted down by one. The item may be a container or a leaf.
   */
  void itemInserted(in nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode aParent,
                    in nsINavHistoryResultNode aItem,
                    in unsigned long aNewIndex);

  /**
   * Called whan 'aItem' is removed from 'aParent' at 'aOldIndex'. The item
   * may be a container or a leaf. This function will be called after the item
   * has been removed from its parent list, but before anything else (including
   * NULLing out the item's parent) has happened.
   */
  void itemRemoved(in nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode aParent,
                   in nsINavHistoryResultNode aItem,
                   in unsigned long aOldIndex);

  /**
   * Called whan 'aItem' is moved from 'aOldParent' at 'aOldIndex' to
   * aNewParent at aNewIndex. The item may be a container or a leaf.
   *
   * XXX: at the moment, this method is called only when an item is moved
   * within the same container. When an item is moved between containers,
   * a new node is created for the item, and the itemRemoved/itemAdded methods
   * are used.
   */
  void itemMoved(in nsINavHistoryResultNode aItem,
                 in nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode aOldParent,
                 in unsigned long aOldIndex,
                 in nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode aNewParent,
                 in unsigned long aNewIndex);

  /**
   * Called when an item has been changed and should be repainted. This only
   * refers to the specific item. If it is a container, getting this message
   * does not imply anything happened to the children. You'll get separate
   * messages for those. Also, this may be called for container nodes at times
   * when the result thinks it's possible that a twisty mey need to bw redrawn.
   */
  void itemChanged(in nsINavHistoryResultNode item);

  /**
   * Called when an item is being replaced with another item at the exact
   * same position.
   */
  void itemReplaced(in nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode parent,
                    in nsINavHistoryResultNode oldItem,
                    in nsINavHistoryResultNode newItem,
                    in unsigned long index);

  /**
   * Called after a container node went from closed to opened.
   */
  void containerOpened(in nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode item);

  /**
   * Called after a container node went from opened to closed. This will be
   * called for the topmost container that is closing, and implies that any
   * child containers have closed as well.
   */
  void containerClosed(in nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode item);

  /**
   * Called when something significant has happened within the container. The
   * contents of the container should be re-built.
   */
  void invalidateContainer(in nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode item);

  /**
   * Called when something significant is changing that requires everything
   * to be recomputed. For example, changing sorting can affect every row.
   */
  void invalidateAll();

  /**
   * This is called to indicate to the UI that the sort has changed to the
   * given mode. For trees, for example, this would update the column headers
   * to reflect the sorting. For many other types of views, this won't be
   * applicable.
   *
   * @param sortingMode  One of nsINavHistoryQueryOptions.SORT_BY_* that
   *                     indicates the new sorting mode.
   *
   * This only is expected to update the sorting UI. invalidateAll() will also
   * get called if the sorting changes to update everything.
   */
  void sortingChanged(in unsigned short sortingMode);

  /**
   * Called by the result when this object is set using
   * nsINavHistoryResult.viewer. This will be set to NULL when the result
   * is being deallocated. This should not be set by other code.
   */
00524   attribute nsINavHistoryResult result;
};


/**
 * A predefined view adaptor for interfacing results with an nsITree. This
 * object will remove itself from its associated result when the tree has been
 * detached. This prevents circular references. Users should be aware of this,
 * if you want to re-use the same viewer, you will need to keep your own
 * reference to it and re-initialize it when the tree changes. If you use this
 * object, attach it to a result, never attach it to a tree, and forget about
 * it, it will leak!
 */
[scriptable, uuid(fa77e4e9-9fc8-45d2-9507-0fe4f0602505)]
00538 interface nsINavHistoryResultTreeViewer : nsINavHistoryResultViewer
{
  /**
   * This allows you to get at the real node for a given row index. This is
   * only valid when a tree is attached.
   */
  nsINavHistoryResultNode nodeForTreeIndex(in unsigned long aIndex);

  /**
   * Reverse of nodeForFlatIndex, returns the row index for a given result node.
   * Returns INDEX_INVISIBLE if the item is not visible (for example, its
   * parent is collapsed). This is only valid when a tree is attached. The
   * the result will always be INDEX_INVISIBLE if not.
   * 
   * Note: This sounds sort of obvious, but it got me: aNode must be a node
   *       retrieved from the same result that this viewer is for. If you 
   *       execute another query and get a node from a _different_ result, this 
   *       function will always return the index of that node in the tree that
   *       is attached to that result.
   */
00558   const unsigned long INDEX_INVISIBLE = 0xffffffff;
  unsigned long treeIndexForNode(in nsINavHistoryResultNode aNode);
};


/**
 * The result of a history/bookmark query.
 *
 * Use the "root" element to access the children of this query.
 *
 * The basic design of the system is a model-view-controller. This result object
 * represents the model where the data is stored. External components
 * provide the view and controller which define how the data looks and how
 * interaction happens.
 *   [RESULT]----->[viewer]----->[controller]
 *             |
 *             +-- nsINavHistoryResultViewer
 *
 * The result indicates to the view when something changes through the
 * nsINavHistoryResultViewer interface. The viewer is set through
 * the nsINavHistoryResult.viewer property.
 */

[scriptable, uuid(d1562f6f-8d5a-4042-8524-72f747a51b18)]
00582 interface nsINavHistoryResult : nsISupports
{
  /**
   * Sorts all nodes recursively by the given parameter, one of
   * nsINavHistoryQueryOptions.SORT_BY_*  This will update the corresponding
   * options for this result, so that re-using the current options/queries will
   * always give you the current view.
   */
00590   attribute unsigned short sortingMode;

  /**
   * The annotation to use in SORT_BY_ANNOTATION_* sorting modes, set this
   * before setting the sortingMode attribute.
   */
00596   attribute AUTF8String sortingAnnotation;

  /**
   * The viewer for this result (see comment for the class for how these
   * objects are related). This may be null, in which case you can still
   * manually walk the tree using the root node. When this is non-null, you
   * can access the flattened list of items (flatItemCount, nodeForFlatIndex,
   * flatIndexForNode).
   */
00605   attribute nsINavHistoryResultViewer viewer;

  /**
   * This is the root of the results. Remember that you need to open all
   * containers for their contents to be valid.
   */
00611   readonly attribute nsINavHistoryContainerResultNode root;
};


/**
 * Similar to nsIRDFObserver for history. Note that we don't pass the data
 * source since that is always the global history.
 *
 * DANGER! If you are in the middle of a batch transaction, there may be a
 * database transaction active. You can still access the DB, but be careful.
 */
[scriptable, uuid(eacb76eb-3eeb-419b-a963-9b3a9d65f356)]
00623 interface nsINavHistoryObserver : nsISupports
{
  /**
   * Notifies you that a bunch of things are about to change, don't do any
   * heavy-duty processing until onEndUpdateBatch is called.
   */
  void onBeginUpdateBatch();

  /**
   * Notifies you that we are done doing a bunch of things and you should go
   * ahead and update UI, etc.
   */
  void onEndUpdateBatch();

  /**
   * Called when a resource is visited. This is called the first time a
   * resource (page, image, etc.) is seen as well as every subsequent time.
   *
   * Normally, transition types of TRANSITION_EMBED (corresponding to images in
   * a page, for example) are not displayed in history results (unless
   * includeHidden is set). Many observers can ignore _EMBED notifications
   * (which will comprise the majority of visit notifications) to save work.
   *
   * @param aVisitID        ID of the visit that was just created.
   * @param aTime           Time of the visit
   * @param aSessionID      The ID of one connected sequence of visits.
   * @param aReferringID    The ID of the visit the user came from. 0 if empty.
   * @param aTransitionType One of nsINavHistory.TRANSITION_*
   * @param aAdded          Incremented by query nodes when the visited uri
   *                        belongs to them. If no such query exists, the 
   *                        history result creates a new query node dynamically.
   *                        It is used in places views only and can be ignored.
   */
  void onVisit(in nsIURI aURI, in long long aVisitID, in PRTime aTime,
               in long long aSessionID, in long long aReferringID,
               in unsigned long aTransitionType, out unsigned long aAdded);

  /**
   * Called whenever either the "real" title or the custom title of the page
   * changed. BOTH TITLES ARE ALWAYS INCLUDED in this notification, even though
   * only one will change at a time. Often, consumers will want to display the
   * user title if it is available, and fall back to the page title (the one
   * specified in the <title> tag of the page).
   *
   * Note that there is a difference between an empty title and a NULL title.
   * An empty string means that somebody specifically set the title to be
   * nothing. NULL means nobody set it. From C++: use IsVoid() and SetIsVoid()
   * to see whether an empty string is "null" or not (it will always be an
   * empty string in either case).
   *
   */
  void onTitleChanged(in nsIURI aURI, in AString aPageTitle);

  /**
   * This page and all of its visits are being deleted. Note: the page may not
   * necessarily have actually existed for this function to be called.
   *
   * Delete notifications are only 99.99% accurate. Batch delete operations
   * must be done in two steps, so first come notifications, then a bulk
   * delete. If there is some error in the middle (for example, out of memory)
   * then you'll get a notification and it won't get deleted. There's no easy
   * way around this.
   */
  void onDeleteURI(in nsIURI aURI);

  /**
   * Notification that all of history is being deleted.
   */
  void onClearHistory();

  /**
   * A page has had some attribute on it changed. Note that for TYPED and
   * HIDDEN, the page may not necessarily have been added yet.
   */
00697   const unsigned long ATTRIBUTE_FAVICON = 3; // favicon updated, aString = favicon annotation URI
  void onPageChanged(in nsIURI aURI, in unsigned long aWhat, in AString aValue);

  /**
   * Called when a history entry expires. You will recieve notifications that
   * a specific visit has expired with the time of that visit. When the last
   * visit for a history entry expires, the history entry itself is deleted
   * and aWholeEntry is set. (If your observer only cares about URLs and not
   * specific visits, it needs only to listen for aWholeEntry notifications).
   *
   * It is possible for a history entry to be deleted that has no visits if
   * something is out of sync or after a bookmark is deleted that has no
   * visits (thus freeing the history entry). In these cases, aVisitTime will
   * be 0.
   */
  void onPageExpired(in nsIURI aURI, in PRTime aVisitTime, in boolean aWholeEntry);
};


/**
 * This object encapsulates all the query parameters you're likely to need
 * when building up history UI. All parameters are ANDed together.
 *
 * This is not intended to be a super-general query mechanism. This was designed
 * so that most queries can be done in only one SQL query. This is important
 * because, if the user has their profile on a networked drive, query latency
 * can be non-negligible.
 */

[scriptable, uuid(53B51AFE-9DE8-40AD-9C81-F2CC1701F1FF)]
00727 interface nsINavHistoryQuery : nsISupports
{
  /**
   * Time range for results (INCLUSIVE). The *TimeReference is one of the
   * constants TIME_RELATIVE_* which indicates how to interpret the
   * corresponding time value.
   *   TIME_RELATIVE_EPOCH (default):
   *     The time is relative to Jan 1 1970 GMT, (this is a normal PRTime)
   *   TIME_RELATIVE_TODAY:
   *     The time is relative to this morning at midnight. Normally used for
   *     queries relative to today. For example, a "past week" query would be
   *     today-6 days -> today+1 day
   *   TIME_RELATIVE_NOW:
   *     The time is relative to right now.
   *
   * Note: PRTime is in MICROseconds since 1 Jan 1970. Javascript date objects
   * are expressed in MILLIseconds since 1 Jan 1970.
   *
   * As a special case, a 0 time relative to TIME_RELATIVE_EPOCH indicates that
   * the time is not part of the query. This is the default, so an empty query
   * will match any time. The has* functions return whether the corresponding
   * time is considered.
   *
   * You can read absolute*Time to get the time value that the currently loaded
   * reference points + offset resolve to.
   */
00753   const unsigned long TIME_RELATIVE_EPOCH = 0;
  const unsigned long TIME_RELATIVE_TODAY = 1;
  const unsigned long TIME_RELATIVE_NOW = 2;

  attribute PRTime beginTime;
  attribute unsigned long beginTimeReference;
  readonly attribute boolean hasBeginTime;
  readonly attribute PRTime absoluteBeginTime;

  attribute PRTime endTime;
  attribute unsigned long endTimeReference;
  readonly attribute boolean hasEndTime;
  readonly attribute PRTime absoluteEndTime;

  /**
   * Text search terms.
   */
00770   attribute AString searchTerms;
  readonly attribute boolean hasSearchTerms;

  /**
   * Set lower or upper limits for how many times an item has been
   * visited.  The default is -1, and in that case all items are
   * matched regardless of their visit count.
   */
00778   attribute long minVisits;
  attribute long maxVisits;

  /**
   * When set, returns only bookmarked items, when unset, returns anything. Setting this
   * is equivalent to listing all bookmark folders in the 'folders' parameter.
   */
00785   attribute boolean onlyBookmarked;

  /**
   * This controls the meaning of 'domain', and whether it is an exact match
   * 'domainIsHost' = true, or hierarchical (= false).
   */
00791   attribute boolean domainIsHost;

  /**
   * This is the host or domain name (controlled by domainIsHost). When
   * domainIsHost, domain only does exact matching on host names. Otherwise,
   * it will return anything whose host name ends in 'domain'.
   *
   * This one is a little different than most. Setting it to an empty string
   * is a real query and will match any URI that has no host name (local files
   * and such). Set this to NULL (in C++ use SetIsVoid) if you don't want
   * domain matching.
   */
00803   attribute AUTF8String domain;
  readonly attribute boolean hasDomain;

  /**
   * Controls the interpretation of 'uri'. When unset (default), the URI will
   * request an exact match of the specified URI. When set, any history entry
   * beginning in 'uri' will match. For example "http://bar.com/foo" will match
   * "http://bar.com/foo" as well as "http://bar.com/foo/baz.gif".
   */
00812   attribute boolean uriIsPrefix;

  /**
   * This is a URI to match, to, for example, find out every time you visited
   * a given URI. Use uriIsPrefix to control whether this is an exact match.
   */
00818   attribute nsIURI uri;
  readonly attribute boolean hasUri;

  /**
   * Test for existance or non-existance of a given annotation. We don't
   * currently support >1 annotation name per query. If 'annotationIsNot' is
   * true, we test for the non-existance of the specified annotation.
   *
   * Testing for not annotation will do the same thing as a normal query and
   * remove everything that doesn't have that annotation. Asking for things
   * that DO have a given annotation is a little different. It also includes
   * things that have never been visited. This allows place queries to be
   * returned as well as anything else that may have been tagged with an
   * annotation. This will only work for RESULTS_AS_URI since there will be
   * no visits for these items.
   */
00834   attribute boolean annotationIsNot;
  attribute AUTF8String annotation;
  readonly attribute boolean hasAnnotation;

  /**
   * Limit results to items that are in all of the given folders.
   */
  void getFolders(out unsigned long count,
                  [retval,array,size_is(count)] out long long folders);
  readonly attribute unsigned long folderCount;

  /**
   * For the special result type RESULTS_AS_TAG_CONTENTS we can define only
   * one folder that must be a tag folder. This is not recursive so results
   * will be returned from the first level of that folder.
   */
  void setFolders([const,array, size_is(folderCount)] in long long folders,
                  in unsigned long folderCount);

  /**
   * Creates a new query item with the same parameters of this one.
   */
  nsINavHistoryQuery clone();
};

/**
 * This object represents the global options for executing a query.
 */
[scriptable, uuid(a46c132e-35f3-4e1e-bb3d-4e3043657248)]
00863 interface nsINavHistoryQueryOptions : nsISupports
{
  /**
   * You can ask for the results to be pre-sorted. Since the DB has indices
   * of many items, it can produce sorted results almost for free. These should
   * be self-explanatory.
   *
   * Note: re-sorting is slower, as is sorting by title or when you have a
   * host name.
   *
   * For bookmark items, SORT_BY_NONE means sort by the natural bookmark order.
   */
00875   const unsigned short SORT_BY_NONE = 0;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_TITLE_ASCENDING = 1;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_TITLE_DESCENDING = 2;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_DATE_ASCENDING = 3;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_DATE_DESCENDING = 4;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_URI_ASCENDING = 5;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_URI_DESCENDING = 6;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_VISITCOUNT_ASCENDING = 7;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_VISITCOUNT_DESCENDING = 8;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_KEYWORD_ASCENDING = 9;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_KEYWORD_DESCENDING = 10;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_DATEADDED_ASCENDING = 11;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_DATEADDED_DESCENDING = 12;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_LASTMODIFIED_ASCENDING = 13;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_LASTMODIFIED_DESCENDING = 14;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_TAGS_ASCENDING = 17;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_TAGS_DESCENDING = 18;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_ANNOTATION_ASCENDING = 19;
  const unsigned short SORT_BY_ANNOTATION_DESCENDING = 20;


  /**
   * "URI" results, one for each URI visited in the range. Individual result
   * nodes will be of type "URI".
   */
00900   const unsigned short RESULTS_AS_URI = 0;

  /**
   * "Visit" results, with one for each time a page was visited (this will
   * often give you multiple results for one URI). Individual result nodes will
   * have type "Visit"
   */
00907   const unsigned short RESULTS_AS_VISIT = 1;

  /**
   * This is identical to RESULT_TYPE_VISIT except that individual result nodes
   * will have type "FullVisit".  This is used for the attributes that are not
   * commonly accessed to save space in the common case (the lists can be very
   * long).
   */
00915   const unsigned short RESULTS_AS_FULL_VISIT = 2;

  /**
   * This returns query nodes for each predefined date range where we 
   * had visits. The node contains information how to load its content:
   * - visits for the given date range will be loaded.
   */
00922   const unsigned short RESULTS_AS_DATE_QUERY = 3;

  /**
   * This returns nsINavHistoryQueryResultNode nodes for each site where we 
   * have visits. The node contains information how to load its content:
   * - last visit for each url in the given host will be loaded.
   */
00929   const unsigned short RESULTS_AS_SITE_QUERY = 4;

  /**
   * This returns nsINavHistoryQueryResultNode nodes for each day where we 
   * have visits. The node contains information how to load its content:
   * - list of hosts visited in the given period will be loaded.
   */
00936   const unsigned short RESULTS_AS_DATE_SITE_QUERY = 5;

  /**
   * This returns nsINavHistoryQueryResultNode nodes for each tag.
   * The node contains information how to load its content:
   * - list of bookmarks with the given tag will be loaded.
   */
00943   const unsigned short RESULTS_AS_TAG_QUERY = 6;

  /**
   * This is a container with an URI result type that contains the last
   * modified bookmarks for the given tag.
   * Tag folder id must be defined in the query.
   */
00950   const unsigned short RESULTS_AS_TAG_CONTENTS = 7;

  /**
   * The sorting mode to be used for this query.
   * mode is one of SORT_BY_*
   */
00956   attribute unsigned short sortingMode;

  /**
   * The annotation to use in SORT_BY_ANNOTATION_* sorting modes.
   */
00961   attribute AUTF8String sortingAnnotation;

  /**
   * Sets the result type. One of RESULT_TYPE_* which includes how URIs are
   * represented.
   */
00967   attribute unsigned short resultType;

  /**
   * This option excludes all URIs and separators from a bookmarks query.
   * This would be used if you just wanted a list of bookmark folders and
   * queries (such as the left pane of the places page).
   * Ignored for queries over history. Defaults to false.
   */
00975   attribute boolean excludeItems;

  /**
   * Set to true to exclude queries ("place:" URIs) from the query results.
   * Simple folder queries (bookmark folder symlinks) will still be included.
   * Defaults to false.
   */
00982   attribute boolean excludeQueries;

  /**
   * Set to true to exclude read-only folders from the query results. This is
   * designed for cases where you want to give the user the option of filing
   * something into a list of folders. It only affects cases where the actual
   * folder result node would appear in its parent folder and filters it out.
   * It doesn't affect the query at all, and doesn't affect more complex
   * queries (such as "folders with annotation X").
   */
00992   attribute boolean excludeReadOnlyFolders;

  /**
   * This option excludes items from a bookmarks query
   * if the parent of the item has this annotation.
   * An example is to exclude livemark items
   * (parent folders have the "livemark/feedURI" annotation)
   * Ignored for queries over history.
   */
01001   attribute AUTF8String excludeItemIfParentHasAnnotation;

  /**
   * When set, allows items with "place:" URIs to appear as containers,
   * with the container's contents filled in from the stored query.
   * If not set, these will appear as normal items. Doesn't do anything if
   * excludeQueries is set. Defaults to false.
   *
   * Note that this has no effect on folder links, which are place: URIs
   * returned by nsINavBookmarkService.GetFolderURI. These are always expanded
   * and will appear as bookmark folders.
   */
01013   attribute boolean expandQueries;

  /**
   * Most items in history are marked "hidden." Only toplevel pages that the
   * user sees in the URL bar are not hidden. Hidden things include the content
   * of iframes and all images on web pages. Normally, you don't want these
   * things. If you do, set this flag and you'll get all items, even hidden
   * ones. Does nothing for bookmark queries. Defaults to false.
   */
01022   attribute boolean includeHidden;

  /**
   * Separate/group history items based on session information.  Only
   * matters when sorting by date.
   */
01028   attribute boolean showSessions;

  /**
   * This is the maximum number of results that you want. The query is exeucted,
   * the results are sorted, and then the top 'maxResults' results are taken
   * and returned. Set to 0 (the default) to get all results.
   *
   * THIS DOES NOT WORK IN CONJUNCTION WITH SORTING BY TITLE. This is because
   * sorting by title requires us to sort after using locale-sensetive sorting
   * (as opposed to letting the database do it for us).
   *
   * Instead, we get the result ordered by date, pick the maxResult most recent
   * ones, and THEN sort by title.
   */
01042   attribute unsigned long maxResults;

  const unsigned short QUERY_TYPE_HISTORY = 0;
  const unsigned short QUERY_TYPE_BOOKMARKS = 1;
  const unsigned short QUERY_TYPE_UNIFIED = 2;
  
  /**
   * The type of search to use when querying the DB; This attribute is only
   * honored by query nodes. It is silently ignored for simple folder queries.
   */
01052   attribute unsigned short queryType;

  /**
   * Creates a new options item with the same parameters of this one.
   */
  nsINavHistoryQueryOptions clone();
};

[scriptable, uuid(8b258ff6-b591-4da5-8b7c-0665b27d09cc)]
interface nsINavHistoryService : nsISupports
{
  /**
   * This transition type means the user followed a link and got a new toplevel
   * window.
   */
  const unsigned long TRANSITION_LINK = 1;

  /**
   * This transition type means that the user typed the page's URL in the
   * URL bar or selected it from URL bar autocomplete results, clicked on
   * it from a history query (from the History sidebar, History menu, 
   * or history query in the personal toolbar or Places organizer.
   */
  const unsigned long TRANSITION_TYPED = 2;

  /**
   * This transition is set when the user followed a bookmark to get to the
   * page.
   */
  const unsigned long TRANSITION_BOOKMARK = 3;

  /**
   * This transition type is set when some inner content is loaded. This is
   * true of all images on a page, and the contents of the iframe. It is also
   * true of any content in a frame, regardless if whether or not the user
   * clicked something to get there.
   */
  const unsigned long TRANSITION_EMBED = 4;

  /**
   * Set when the transition was a permanent redirect.
   */
  const unsigned long TRANSITION_REDIRECT_PERMANENT = 5;

  /**
   * Set when the transition was a temporary redirect.
   */
  const unsigned long TRANSITION_REDIRECT_TEMPORARY = 6;

  /**
   * Set when the transition is a download.
   */
  const unsigned long TRANSITION_DOWNLOAD = 7;

  /**
   * True if there is any history. This can be used in UI to determine whether
   * the "clear history" button should be enabled or not. This is much better
   * than using BrowserHistory.count since that can be very slow if there is
   * a lot of history (it must enumerate each item). This is pretty fast.
   */
  readonly attribute boolean hasHistoryEntries;

  /**
   * Gets the original title of the page.
   */
  AString getPageTitle(in nsIURI aURI);

  /**
   * This is just like markPageAsTyped (in nsIBrowserHistory, also implemented
   * by the history service), but for bookmarks. It declares that the given URI
   * is being opened as a result of following a bookmark. If this URI is loaded
   * soon after this message has been received, that transition will be marked
   * as following a bookmark.
   */
  void markPageAsFollowedBookmark(in nsIURI aURI);

  /**
   * Gets the stored character-set for an URI.
   *
   * @param aURI
   *        URI to retrieve character-set for
   * @returns character-set, empty string if not found
   */
  AString getCharsetForURI(in nsIURI aURI);

  /**
   * Sets the character-set for an URI.
   *
   * @param aURI
   *        URI to set the character-set for
   * @param aCharset
   *        character-set to be set
   */
  void setCharsetForURI(in nsIURI aURI, in AString aCharset);

  /**
   * Returns true if this URI would be added to the history. You don't have to
   * worry about calling this, addPageToSession/addURI will always check before
   * actually adding the page. This function is public because some components
   * may want to check if this page would go in the history (i.e. for
   * annotations).
   */
  boolean canAddURI(in nsIURI aURI);

  /**
   * Call to manually add a visit for a specific page. This will probably not
   * be commonly used other than for backup/restore type operations. If the URI
   * does not have an entry in the history database already, one will be created
   * with no visits, no title, hidden, not typed.  Adding a visit will
   * automatically increment the visit count for the visited page and will unhide
   * it and/or mark it typed according to the transition type.
   *
   * @param aURI             Visited page
   * @param aTime            Time page was visited (microseconds)
   * @param aReferringURI    The URI of the visit that generated this one. Use
   *                         null for no referrer.
   * @param aTranstitionType Type of transition: one of TRANSITION_* above
   * @param aIsRedirect      True if the given visit redirects to somewhere else.
   *                         (ie you will create an visit out of here that is a
   *                         redirect transition). This causes this page to be
   *                         hidden in normal history views (unless it has been
   *                         unhidden by visiting it with a non-redirect).
   * @param aSessionID       The session ID that this page belongs to. Use 0 for
   *                         no session.
   * @returns The ID of the created visit. This will be 0 if the URI is not
   *          valid for adding to history (canAddURI = false).
   */
  long long addVisit(in nsIURI aURI, in PRTime aTime,
                     in nsIURI aReferringURI, in long aTransitionType,
                     in boolean aIsRedirect, in long long aSessionID);

  /**
   * This returns a new query object that you can pass to executeQuer[y/ies].
   * It will be initialized to all empty (so using it will give you all history).
   */
  nsINavHistoryQuery getNewQuery();

  /**
   * This returns a new options object that you can pass to executeQuer[y/ies]
   * after setting the desired options.
   */
  nsINavHistoryQueryOptions getNewQueryOptions();

  /**
   * Executes a single query.
   */
  nsINavHistoryResult executeQuery(in nsINavHistoryQuery aQuery,
                                   in nsINavHistoryQueryOptions options);

  /**
   * Executes an array of queries. All of the query objects are ORed
   * together. Within a query, all the terms are ANDed together as in
   * executeQuery. See executeQuery()
   */
  nsINavHistoryResult executeQueries(
    [array,size_is(aQueryCount)] in nsINavHistoryQuery aQueries,
    in unsigned long aQueryCount,
    in nsINavHistoryQueryOptions options);

  /**
   * Converts a query URI-like string to an array of actual query objects for
   * use to executeQueries(). The output query array may be empty if there is
   * no information. However, there will always be an options structure returned
   * (if nothing is defined, it will just have the default values).
   */
  void queryStringToQueries(in AUTF8String aQueryString,
    [array, size_is(aResultCount)] out nsINavHistoryQuery aQueries,
    out unsigned long aResultCount,
    out nsINavHistoryQueryOptions options);

  /**
   * Converts a query into an equivalent string that can be persisted. Inverse
   * of queryStringToQueries()
   */
  AUTF8String queriesToQueryString(
    [array, size_is(aQueryCount)] in nsINavHistoryQuery aQueries,
    in unsigned long aQueryCount,
    in nsINavHistoryQueryOptions options);

  /**
   * Adds a history observer. If ownsWeak is false, the history service will
   * keep an owning reference to the observer.  If ownsWeak is true, then
   * aObserver must implement nsISupportsWeakReference, and the history service
   * will keep a weak reference to the observer.
   */
  void addObserver(in nsINavHistoryObserver observer, in boolean ownsWeak);

  /**
   * Removes a history observer.
   */
  void removeObserver(in nsINavHistoryObserver observer);

  /**
   * Runs the passed callback in batch mode. Use this when a lot of things
   * are about to change. Calls can be nested, observers will only be
   * notified when all batches begin/end.
   *
   * @param aCallback
   *        nsINavHistoryBatchCallback interface to call.
   * @param aUserData
   *        Opaque parameter passed to nsINavBookmarksBatchCallback
   */
  void runInBatchMode(in nsINavHistoryBatchCallback aCallback,
                      in nsISupports aClosure);

  /** 
   * True if history is disabled. currently, 
   * history is disabled if the browser.history_expire_days pref is 0
   */
  readonly attribute boolean historyDisabled;

  /**
   * Import the given Mork history file.
   *  @param file     The Mork history file to import
   */
  void importHistory(in nsIFile file);
};

/**
 * @see runInBatchMode of nsINavHistoryService/nsINavBookmarksService
 */
[scriptable, uuid(5143f2bb-be0a-4faf-9acb-b0ed3f82952c)]
01274 interface nsINavHistoryBatchCallback : nsISupports {
  void runBatched(in nsISupports aUserData);
};

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