Source Code Formatting while Converting C# Code to Java using CodePorting
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Posted By:   zarfishan
Posted On:   Thursday, June 21, 2012 12:18 AM

    While converting C# code to java, CodePorting C#2Java Engine also handles the conversion of code formatting which is an important feature of CodePorting Engine. C# and Java both have completely different style of code commenting, But in contempt of this difference C#2Java Engine intelligently converts the code comments in C# and produce the comments which are used in Java. Developers can take advantage of this great feature by using CodePorting’s web Application as well as Visual Studio Add-in . Developers who use Microsoft Visual Studio can use the Add-in to convert their project directly from their IDE. Following example will show you how Cod   More>>

 

 

While converting C# code to java, CodePorting C#2Java Engine also handles the conversion of code formatting which is an important feature of CodePorting Engine. C# and Java both have completely different style of code commenting, But in contempt of this difference C#2Java Engine intelligently converts the code comments in C# and produce the comments which are used in Java.

Developers can take advantage of this great feature by using CodePorting’s web Application as well as Visual Studio Add-in . Developers who use Microsoft Visual Studio can use the Add-in to convert their project directly from their IDE.

Following example will show you how CodePorting Engine handles code comments while converting C# code to Java.

C# Code:

using System ;

using System . Collections . Generic ;

using System . Linq ;

using System . Text ;

 

namespace CsPorter. Example . Convert . XmlComments

{

 

    ///

< summary > /// Appender that logs to a database. /// </summary>

 

    ///

    ///

 

    ///  appends logging events to a table within a

    /// database. The appender can be configured to specify the connection

    /// string by setting the  property.

    /// The connection type (provider) can be specified by setting the

    /// property. For more information on database connection strings for

    /// your specific database see <a href="http://www.connectionstrings.com/">http://www.connectionstrings.com/</a>.

    ///

    ///

 

    /// Records are written into the database either using a prepared

    /// statement or a stored procedure. The  property

    /// is set to  (System.Data.CommandType.Text) to specify a prepared statement

    /// or to  (System.Data.CommandType.StoredProcedure) to specify a stored

    /// procedure.

     ///

    ///

 

    /// The prepared statement text or the name of the stored procedure

    /// must be set in the  property.

    ///

    ///

 

    /// The prepared statement or stored procedure can take a number

    /// of parameters. Parameters are added using the

    /// method. This adds a single  to the

    /// ordered list of parameters. The

    /// type may be subclassed if required to provide database specific

    /// functionality. The  specifies

    /// the parameter name, database type, size, and how the value should

    /// be generated using a .

    ///

    ///

    ///

    /// An example of a SQL Server table that could be logged to:

    /// <code lang="SQL"> /// CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Log] ( /// [ID] [int] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL , /// [Date] [datetime] NOT NULL , /// [Thread] [varchar] (255) NOT NULL , /// [Level] [varchar] (20) NOT NULL , /// [Logger] [varchar] (255) NOT NULL , /// [Message] [varchar] (4000) NOT NULL /// ) ON [PRIMARY] /// </code>

    ///

    ///

    /// An example configuration to log to the above table:

    /// <code lang="XML"> /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// /// </code>

    ///

    /// Julian Biddle

    /// Nicko Cadell

    /// Gert Driesen

    /// Lance Nehring

    class ComplexTest

    {

        ///

< summary > ///Gets or sets the database connection string that is used to connect to ///the database. ///</summary>

 

        ///

        ///The database connection string used to connect to the database.

        ///

        ///

        ///

 

        ///The connections string is specific to the connection type.

        ///See  for more information.

        ///

        ///

         ///Connection string for MS Access via ODBC:

        ///<code>"DSN=MS Access Database;UID=admin;PWD=;SystemDB=C:\data\System.mdw;SafeTransactions = 0;FIL=MS Access;DriverID = 25;DBQ=C:\data\train33.mdb"</code>

        ///

        ///Another connection string for MS Access via ODBC:

        ///<code>"Driver={Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)};DBQ=C:\Work\cvs_root\log4net-1.2\access.mdb;UID=;PWD=;"</code>

        ///

        ///Connection string for MS Access via OLE DB:

        ///<code>"Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Work\cvs_root\log4net-1.2\access.mdb;User Id=;Password=;"</code>

        ///

        private String Str { get ; set ; }

    }

}

Java Code:

 

package CsPorter.Example.Convert.XmlComments ;

 

// ********* THIS FILE IS AUTO PORTED FORM C# USING CODEPORTING.COM *********

/**

     * <p>

     * Appender that logs to a database.

     * </p><p><hr><blockquote>

     * An example of a SQL Server table that could be logged to:

     *

     * CREATE TABLE [dbo].[Log] (

     *     [ID] [int] IDENTITY (1, 1) NOT NULL ,

     *     [Date] [datetime] NOT NULL ,

     *     [Thread] [varchar] (255) NOT NULL ,

     *     [Level] [varchar] (20) NOT NULL ,

     *     [Logger] [varchar] (255) NOT NULL ,

     *     [Message] [varchar] (4000) NOT NULL

     * ) ON [PRIMARY]

     *

     * </blockquote></hr></p><p><hr><blockquote>

     * An example configuration to log to the above table:

     *

     * {@code <appender name="AdoNetAppender_SqlServer" type="log4net.Appender.AdoNetAppender">

     *     <connectionType value="System.Data.SqlClient.SqlConnection, System.Data, Version=1.0.3300.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089"></connectionType>

     *     <connectionString value="data source=SQLSVR;initial catalog=test_log4net;integrated security=false;persist security info=True;User ID=sa;Password=sa"></connectionString>

     *     <commandText value="INSERT INTO Log ([Date],[Thread],[Level],[Logger],[Message]) VALUES (@log_date, @thread, @log_level, @logger, @message)"></commandText>

     *     <parameter>

     *     <parameterName value="@log_date"></parameterName>

     *     <dbType value="DateTime"></dbType>

     *     <layout type="log4net.Layout.PatternLayout" value="%date{yyyy'-'MM'-'dd HH':'mm':'ss'.'fff}"></layout>

     *     </parameter>

     *     <parameter>

     *     <parameterName value="@thread"></parameterName>

     *     <dbType value="String"></dbType>

     *     <size value="255"></size>

     *     <layout type="log4net.Layout.PatternLayout" value="%thread"></layout>

     *     </parameter>

     *     <parameter>

     *     <parameterName value="@log_level"></parameterName>

     *     <dbType value="String"></dbType>

     *     <size value="50"></size>

     *     <layout type="log4net.Layout.PatternLayout" value="%level"></layout>

     *     </parameter>

     *     <parameter>

     *     <parameterName value="@logger"></parameterName>

     *     <dbType value="String"></dbType>

     *     <size value="255"></size>

     *     <layout type="log4net.Layout.PatternLayout" value="%logger"></layout>

     *     </parameter>

     *     <parameter>

     *     <parameterName value="@message"></parameterName>

     *     <dbType value="String"></dbType>

     *     <size value="4000"></size>

     *     <layout type="log4net.Layout.PatternLayout" value="%message"></layout>

     *     </parameter>

     * </appender>}

     *

     * </blockquote></hr></p><p><hr>

     * <p>

     * {@code T:log4net.Appender.AdoNetAppender} appends logging events to a table within a

     * database. The appender can be configured to specify the connection

     * string by setting the {@code P:log4net.Appender.AdoNetAppender.ConnectionString} property.

     * The connection type (provider) can be specified by setting the {@code P:log4net.Appender.AdoNetAppender.ConnectionType}

     * property. For more information on database connection strings for

     * your specific database see {@code <a href="http://www.connectionstrings.com/">http://www.connectionstrings.com/</a>}.

     * </p>

     * <p>

     * Records are written into the database either using a prepared

     * statement or a stored procedure. The {@code P:log4net.Appender.AdoNetAppender.CommandType} property

     * is set to {@code F:System.Data.CommandType.Text} ({@code System.Data.CommandType.Text}) to specify a prepared statement

     * or to {@code F:System.Data.CommandType.StoredProcedure} ({@code System.Data.CommandType.StoredProcedure}) to specify a stored

     * procedure.

     * </p>

     * <p>

     * The prepared statement text or the name of the stored procedure

     * must be set in the {@code P:log4net.Appender.AdoNetAppender.CommandText} property.

     * </p>

     * <p>

     * The prepared statement or stored procedure can take a number

     * of parameters. Parameters are added using the {@code M:log4net.Appender.AdoNetAppender.AddParameter(log4net.Appender.AdoNetAppenderParameter)}

     * method. This adds a single {@code T:log4net.Appender.AdoNetAppenderParameter} to the

     * ordered list of parameters. The {@code T:log4net.Appender.AdoNetAppenderParameter}

     * type may be subclassed if required to provide database specific

     * functionality. The {@code T:log4net.Appender.AdoNetAppenderParameter} specifies

     * the parameter name, database type, size, and how the value should

     * be generated using a {@code T:log4net.Layout.ILayout}.

     * </p>

     * </hr></p>{@code <author>Julian Biddle</author>}{@code <author>Nicko Cadell</author>}{@code <author>Gert Driesen</author>}{@code <author>Lance Nehring</author>}

     */

class ComplexTest

{

    /**

     * <p>

     * Gets or sets the database connection string that is used to connect to

     * the database.

     * </p><p><hr><blockquote>Connection string for MS Access via ODBC:

     * "DSN=MS Access Database;UID=admin;PWD=;SystemDB=C:\data\System.mdw;SafeTransactions = 0;FIL=MS Access;DriverID = 25;DBQ=C:\data\train33.mdb"

     * </blockquote></hr></p><p><hr><blockquote>Another connection string for MS Access via ODBC:

     * "Driver={Microsoft Access Driver (*.mdb)};DBQ=C:\Work\cvs_root\log4net-1.2\access.mdb;UID=;PWD=;"

     * </blockquote></hr></p><p><hr><blockquote>Connection string for MS Access via OLE DB:

     * "Provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0;Data Source=C:\Work\cvs_root\log4net-1.2\access.mdb;User Id=;Password=;"

     * </blockquote></hr></p>Value:

     * The database connection string used to connect to the database.

     * <p><hr>

     * <p>

     * The connections string is specific to the connection type.

     * See {@code P:log4net.Appender.AdoNetAppender.ConnectionType} for more information.

     * </p>

     * </hr></p>

     */

     String _Str ; private String getStr (){ return _Str ; } ; private void setStr ( String value ){ _Str = value ; } ;

}

The above examples shows that commenting styles are different for both programming languages and CodePorting C#2Java engine intelligently converts these comments from C# to java accurately which helps to generate documents for the converted java code.

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