Support for generic table IDs in flow rules

This change is needed to let appications specify tables in flow rules
using indentifiers that are not numeric, e.g. using table names as in a
P4 program.

This change deprecates the FlowRule.tableId() method, in favor of
FlowRule.table(), which returns an object of type TableId. However, it
does not deprecate the .forTable(int tableId) builder method, since it
is used extensivelly in the ONOS code base and from external

Deprecating FlowRule.tableId() does not seem to be such a painful move
since it is used less frequently, e.g. only 22 usages in the ONOS tree.

Change-Id: Idaaaab53d0c1e20a1f9c7de84de09ec3a42648b5
9 files changed
tree: b6c30c2ec88e414b4be356b262c02f725c1d7b98
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  2. .dockerignore
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  5. BUCK
  6. Dockerfile
  7. Jenkinsfile
  8. LICENSE.txt
  10. apps/
  11. buck-tools/
  12. bucklets/
  13. cli/
  14. core/
  15. docs/
  16. drivers/
  17. features/
  18. incubator/
  19. lib/
  20. models/
  21. modules.defs
  22. onos.defs
  23. pom.xml
  24. protocols/
  25. providers/
  26. tools/
  27. utils/
  28. web/

ONOS : Open Network Operating System

What is ONOS?

ONOS is a new SDN network operating system designed for high availability, performance, scale-out.

Top-Level Features

  • High availability through clustering and distributed state management.
  • Scalability through clustering and sharding of network device control.
  • Performance that is good for a first release, and which has an architecture that will continue to support improvements.
  • Northbound abstractions for a global network view, network graph, and application intents.
  • Pluggable southbound for support of OpenFlow and new or legacy protocols.
  • Graphical user interface to view multi-layer topologies and inspect elements of the topology.
  • REST API for access to Northbound abstractions as well as CLI commands.
  • CLI for debugging.
  • Support for both proactive and reactive flow setup.
  • SDN-IP application to support interworking with traditional IP networks controlled by distributed routing protocols such as BGP.
  • IP-Optical use case demonstration.

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