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Custom list binding [message #1635678] Wed, 25 February 2015 22:45 Go to next message
Jason Pell is currently offline Jason PellFriend
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I have a xml format like:

<GeneratorConfig>
  <DuplicateConfig>
     <duplicateMatching>SingleValue</duplicateMatching>
     <ignoreFqn>someFqn</ignoreFqn>
    <ignoreFqn>someFqn</ignoreFqn>
  </DuplicateConfig>
</GeneratorConfig>


What I actually end up with is:

<GeneratorConfig>
  <DuplicateConfig>
     <duplicateMatching>SingleValue</duplicateMatching>
     <IgnoreFqn>
         <ignoreFqn>someFqn</ignoreFqn>
    </IgnoreFqn>
     <IgnoreFqn>
         <ignoreFqn>someFqn</ignoreFqn>
     </IgnoreFqn>
  </DuplicateConfig>
</GeneratorConfig>


I have a DuplicateConfig and IgnoreFqn classes below

Should I be using a @CustomXmlListBinding in duplicate config and what particular methods should I be overriding. I have used the best google fu I know but can't find anything useful for this.

public interface DuplicateConfig extends Element {
	ElementType TYPE = new ElementType(DuplicateConfig.class);

	@Type( base = DuplicateMatching.class )
	@XmlBinding(path = "duplicateMatching")
	@Label(standard = "Duplicate Matching")
	@DefaultValue( text = "IgnoreNumericSuffix" )
	ValueProperty PROP_DUPLICATE_MATCHING = new ValueProperty(TYPE, "DuplicateMatching");

	Value<DuplicateMatching> getDuplicateMatching();
	void setDuplicateMatching(String value);
	void setDuplicateMatching(DuplicateMatching value);
	
	@Label( standard = "Ignore Fqns" )
	@XmlListBinding( path = "" )
	@Type( base = IgnoreFqn.class )
    ListProperty PROP_IGNORE_FQNS = new ListProperty( TYPE, "IgnoreFqns" );
    ElementList<IgnoreFqn> getIgnoreFqns();
}


public interface IgnoreFqn extends Element {
	ElementType TYPE = new ElementType(IgnoreFqn.class);
	
	@Label(standard = "Ignore Fqn")
	@Required
	@XmlBinding( path = "ignoreFqn" )
	ValueProperty PROP_LANGUAGE = new ValueProperty(TYPE, "IgnoreFqn");

	Value<String> getIgnoreFqn();

	void setIgnoreFqn(String value);
}

[Updated on: Thu, 26 February 2015 03:26]

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Re: Custom list binding [message #1635693 is a reply to message #1635678] Wed, 25 February 2015 22:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Konstantin Komissarchik is currently offline Konstantin KomissarchikFriend
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<IgnoreFqn>
    <ignoreFqn>someFqn</ignoreFqn>
</IgnoreFqn>


The first level correspond to the list entry. That is, your IgnoreFqn element type. The second level corresponds to the value property within that element. To eliminate the extra level, do the following:

1. Use @XmlBinding( path = "" ) for the value property.
2. Use @XmlBinding( path = "ignoreFqn" ) for the IgnoreFqn element type (annotate the interface declaration). This will give you the correct case for your list element.

Note that your value property uses PROP_LANGUAGE, while the property name IgnoreFqn. These should match or your property annotations will not be found...
Re: Custom list binding [message #1635759 is a reply to message #1635693] Wed, 25 February 2015 23:41 Go to previous message
Jason Pell is currently offline Jason PellFriend
Messages: 55
Registered: February 2011
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Thanks so much for your quick and "exactly what I needed" response.

Just what I needed for my second day of Sapphire
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