Enum TikaCoreProperties.EmbeddedResourceType

All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable, Comparable<TikaCoreProperties.EmbeddedResourceType>, java.lang.constant.Constable
Enclosing interface:

public static enum TikaCoreProperties.EmbeddedResourceType extends Enum<TikaCoreProperties.EmbeddedResourceType>
A file might contain different types of embedded documents. The most common is the ATTACHMENT.

An INLINE embedded resource should be used for embedded image files that are used to render the page image (as in PDXObjImages in PDF files).

A MACRO is code that is embedded in the document and is intended to be executable within the application that opens the document. This includes traditional macros within Microsoft Office files and javascript within PDFActions. This would not include, e.g., an .exe file embedded in a .zip file.

A VERSION is an earlier version of the file as in incremental updates. The initial use case for this is incremental updates in PDFs, but it could be applied to other file formats as well where earlier versions are recoverable. See also PDF.INCREMENTAL_UPDATE_NUMBER

Not all parsers have yet implemented this.