@Generated(value="com.amazonaws:awsjavasdkcodegenerator") public class QuietTime extends Object implements Serializable, Cloneable, StructuredPojo
Specifies the start and end times that define a time range when messages aren't sent to endpoints.
Constructor and Description 

QuietTime() 
Modifier and Type  Method and Description 

QuietTime 
clone() 
boolean 
equals(Object obj) 
String 
getEnd()
The specific time when quiet time ends.

String 
getStart()
The specific time when quiet time begins.

int 
hashCode() 
void 
marshall(ProtocolMarshaller protocolMarshaller)
Marshalls this structured data using the given
ProtocolMarshaller . 
void 
setEnd(String end)
The specific time when quiet time ends.

void 
setStart(String start)
The specific time when quiet time begins.

String 
toString()
Returns a string representation of this object.

QuietTime 
withEnd(String end)
The specific time when quiet time ends.

QuietTime 
withStart(String start)
The specific time when quiet time begins.

public void setEnd(String end)
The specific time when quiet time ends. This value has to use 24hour notation and be in HH:MM format, where HH is the hour (with a leading zero, if applicable) and MM is the minutes. For example, use 02:30 to represent 2:30 AM, or 14:30 to represent 2:30 PM.
end
 The specific time when quiet time ends. This value has to use 24hour notation and be in HH:MM format,
where HH is the hour (with a leading zero, if applicable) and MM is the minutes. For example, use 02:30 to
represent 2:30 AM, or 14:30 to represent 2:30 PM.public String getEnd()
The specific time when quiet time ends. This value has to use 24hour notation and be in HH:MM format, where HH is the hour (with a leading zero, if applicable) and MM is the minutes. For example, use 02:30 to represent 2:30 AM, or 14:30 to represent 2:30 PM.
public QuietTime withEnd(String end)
The specific time when quiet time ends. This value has to use 24hour notation and be in HH:MM format, where HH is the hour (with a leading zero, if applicable) and MM is the minutes. For example, use 02:30 to represent 2:30 AM, or 14:30 to represent 2:30 PM.
end
 The specific time when quiet time ends. This value has to use 24hour notation and be in HH:MM format,
where HH is the hour (with a leading zero, if applicable) and MM is the minutes. For example, use 02:30 to
represent 2:30 AM, or 14:30 to represent 2:30 PM.public void setStart(String start)
The specific time when quiet time begins. This value has to use 24hour notation and be in HH:MM format, where HH is the hour (with a leading zero, if applicable) and MM is the minutes. For example, use 02:30 to represent 2:30 AM, or 14:30 to represent 2:30 PM.
start
 The specific time when quiet time begins. This value has to use 24hour notation and be in HH:MM format,
where HH is the hour (with a leading zero, if applicable) and MM is the minutes. For example, use 02:30 to
represent 2:30 AM, or 14:30 to represent 2:30 PM.public String getStart()
The specific time when quiet time begins. This value has to use 24hour notation and be in HH:MM format, where HH is the hour (with a leading zero, if applicable) and MM is the minutes. For example, use 02:30 to represent 2:30 AM, or 14:30 to represent 2:30 PM.
public QuietTime withStart(String start)
The specific time when quiet time begins. This value has to use 24hour notation and be in HH:MM format, where HH is the hour (with a leading zero, if applicable) and MM is the minutes. For example, use 02:30 to represent 2:30 AM, or 14:30 to represent 2:30 PM.
start
 The specific time when quiet time begins. This value has to use 24hour notation and be in HH:MM format,
where HH is the hour (with a leading zero, if applicable) and MM is the minutes. For example, use 02:30 to
represent 2:30 AM, or 14:30 to represent 2:30 PM.public String toString()
toString
in class Object
Object.toString()
public void marshall(ProtocolMarshaller protocolMarshaller)
StructuredPojo
ProtocolMarshaller
.marshall
in interface StructuredPojo
protocolMarshaller
 Implementation of ProtocolMarshaller
used to marshall this object's data.Copyright © 2013 Amazon Web Services, Inc. All Rights Reserved.