Class: XeroRuby::Accounting::ConversionBalances

Inherits:
Object
  • Object
show all
Defined in:
lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb

Instance Attribute Summary collapse

Class Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Summary collapse

Constructor Details

#initialize(attributes = {}) ⇒ ConversionBalances

Initializes the object

Parameters:

  • attributes (Hash) (defaults to: {})

    Model attributes in the form of hash


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 49

def initialize(attributes = {})
  if (!attributes.is_a?(Hash))
    fail ArgumentError, "The input argument (attributes) must be a hash in `XeroRuby::Accounting::ConversionBalances` initialize method"
  end

  # check to see if the attribute exists and convert string to symbol for hash key
  attributes = attributes.each_with_object({}) { |(k, v), h|
    if (!self.class.attribute_map.key?(k.to_sym))
      fail ArgumentError, "`#{k}` is not a valid attribute in `XeroRuby::Accounting::ConversionBalances`. Please check the name to make sure it's valid. List of attributes: " + self.class.attribute_map.keys.inspect
    end
    h[k.to_sym] = v
  }

  if attributes.key?(:'account_code')
    self. = attributes[:'account_code']
  end

  if attributes.key?(:'balance')
    self.balance = attributes[:'balance']
  end

  if attributes.key?(:'balance_details')
    if (value = attributes[:'balance_details']).is_a?(Array)
      self.balance_details = value
    end
  end
end

Instance Attribute Details

#account_codeObject

The account code for a account


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 21

def 
  @account_code
end

#balanceObject

The opening balances of the account. Debits are positive, credits are negative values


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 24

def balance
  @balance
end

#balance_detailsObject

Returns the value of attribute balance_details


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 27

def balance_details
  @balance_details
end

Class Method Details

.attribute_mapObject

Attribute mapping from ruby-style variable name to JSON key.


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 30

def self.attribute_map
  {
    :'account_code' => :'AccountCode',
    :'balance' => :'Balance',
    :'balance_details' => :'BalanceDetails'
  }
end

.build_from_hash(attributes) ⇒ Object

Builds the object from hash

Parameters:

  • attributes (Hash)

    Model attributes in the form of hash

Returns:

  • (Object)

    Returns the model itself


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 115

def self.build_from_hash(attributes)
  new.build_from_hash(attributes)
end

.openapi_typesObject

Attribute type mapping.


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 39

def self.openapi_types
  {
    :'account_code' => :'String',
    :'balance' => :'Float',
    :'balance_details' => :'Array<BalanceDetails>'
  }
end

Instance Method Details

#==(o) ⇒ Object

Checks equality by comparing each attribute.

Parameters:

  • Object (Object)

    to be compared


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 92

def ==(o)
  return true if self.equal?(o)
  self.class == o.class &&
       == o. &&
      balance == o.balance &&
      balance_details == o.balance_details
end

#_deserialize(type, value) ⇒ Object

Deserializes the data based on type

Parameters:

  • string

    type Data type

  • string

    value Value to be deserialized

Returns:

  • (Object)

    Deserialized data


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 143

def _deserialize(type, value)
  case type.to_sym
  when :DateTime
    DateTime.parse(parse_date(value))
  when :Date
    Date.parse(parse_date(value))
  when :String
    value.to_s
  when :Integer
    value.to_i
  when :Float
    value.to_f
  when :BigDecimal
    BigDecimal(value.to_s)
  when :Boolean
    if value.to_s =~ /\A(true|t|yes|y|1)\z/i
      true
    else
      false
    end
  when :Object
    # generic object (usually a Hash), return directly
    value
  when /\AArray<(?<inner_type>.+)>\z/
    inner_type = Regexp.last_match[:inner_type]
    value.map { |v| _deserialize(inner_type, v) }
  when /\AHash<(?<k_type>.+?), (?<v_type>.+)>\z/
    k_type = Regexp.last_match[:k_type]
    v_type = Regexp.last_match[:v_type]
    {}.tap do |hash|
      value.each do |k, v|
        hash[_deserialize(k_type, k)] = _deserialize(v_type, v)
      end
    end
  else # model
    XeroRuby::Accounting.const_get(type).build_from_hash(value)
  end
end

#_to_hash(value, downcase: false) ⇒ Hash

Outputs non-array value in the form of hash For object, use to_hash. Otherwise, just return the value

Parameters:

  • value (Object)

    Any valid value

Returns:

  • (Hash)

    Returns the value in the form of hash


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 216

def _to_hash(value, downcase: false)
  if value.is_a?(Array)
    value.map do |v|
      v.to_hash(downcase: downcase)
    end
  elsif value.is_a?(Hash)
    {}.tap do |hash|
      value.map { |k, v| hash[k] = _to_hash(v, downcase: downcase) }
    end
  elsif value.respond_to? :to_hash
    value.to_hash(downcase: downcase)
  else
    value
  end
end

#build_from_hash(attributes) ⇒ Object

Builds the object from hash

Parameters:

  • attributes (Hash)

    Model attributes in the form of hash

Returns:

  • (Object)

    Returns the model itself


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 122

def build_from_hash(attributes)
  return nil unless attributes.is_a?(Hash)
  self.class.openapi_types.each_pair do |key, type|
    if type =~ /\AArray<(.*)>/i
      # check to ensure the input is an array given that the attribute
      # is documented as an array but the input is not
      if attributes[self.class.attribute_map[key]].is_a?(Array)
        self.send("#{key}=", attributes[self.class.attribute_map[key]].map { |v| _deserialize($1, v) })
      end
    elsif !attributes[self.class.attribute_map[key]].nil?
      self.send("#{key}=", _deserialize(type, attributes[self.class.attribute_map[key]]))
    end # or else data not found in attributes(hash), not an issue as the data can be optional
  end

  self
end

#eql?(o) ⇒ Boolean

Parameters:

  • Object (Object)

    to be compared

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

See Also:

  • `==` method

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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 102

def eql?(o)
  self == o
end

#hashInteger

Calculates hash code according to all attributes.

Returns:

  • (Integer)

    Hash code


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 108

def hash
  [, balance, balance_details].hash
end

#list_invalid_propertiesObject

Show invalid properties with the reasons. Usually used together with valid?

Returns:

  • Array for valid properties with the reasons


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 79

def list_invalid_properties
  invalid_properties = Array.new
  invalid_properties
end

#parse_date(datestring) ⇒ Object


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 232

def parse_date(datestring)
  if datestring.include?('Date')
    date_pattern = /\/Date\((-?\d+)(\+\d+)?\)\//
    original, date, timezone = *date_pattern.match(datestring)
    date = (date.to_i / 1000)
    Time.at(date).utc.strftime('%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S%z').to_s
  else # handle date 'types' for small subset of payroll API's
    Time.parse(datestring).strftime('%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%S').to_s
  end
end

#to_attributesObject

Returns the object in the form of hash with snake_case


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 208

def to_attributes
  to_hash(downcase: true)
end

#to_bodyHash

to_body is an alias to to_hash (backward compatibility)

Returns:

  • (Hash)

    Returns the object in the form of hash


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 190

def to_body
  to_hash
end

#to_hash(downcase: false) ⇒ Hash

Returns the object in the form of hash

Returns:

  • (Hash)

    Returns the object in the form of hash


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 196

def to_hash(downcase: false)
  hash = {}
  self.class.attribute_map.each_pair do |attr, param|
    value = self.send(attr)
    next if value.nil?
    key = downcase ? attr : param
    hash[key] = _to_hash(value, downcase: downcase)
  end
  hash
end

#to_sString

Returns the string representation of the object

Returns:

  • (String)

    String presentation of the object


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 184

def to_s
  to_hash.to_s
end

#valid?Boolean

Check to see if the all the properties in the model are valid

Returns:

  • (Boolean)

    true if the model is valid


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# File 'lib/xero-ruby/models/accounting/conversion_balances.rb', line 86

def valid?
  true
end