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binding attributes from inherited interfaces [message #775305] Thu, 05 January 2012 18:38 Go to next message
Manuel Glaser is currently offline Manuel GlaserFriend
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Registered: January 2012
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i use EclipseLink MOXy to convert Data from a DAO Interface to XML.
So i use MOXy like this:

Most of the interfaces i have to map inherits another interface.
example: public interface ISubject extends IObject, IExtendedAttributeAware ...

The interface IExtendedAttributeAware defines some methods i need for mapping.

so my xml binding file contains something like this:

<java-type name="de.unituebingen.medizin.uak.ergexplorer.interfaces.IExtendedAttributeAware" xml-transient="true"/>
<java-type name="de.unituebingen.medizin.uak.ergexplorer.interfaces.ISubject">
<xml-type factory-class="de.biomedengineering.elvisml.presley.processor.ObjectFactory" factory-method="createISubject"/>
<xml-attribute java-attribute="normal" name="normal"/>
<xml-element java-attribute="uniqueId" xml-path="elvis:ExternalIdentifier/text()"/>
<xml-element java-attribute="firstName" xml-path="elvis:Firstname/text()"/>
<xml-element java-attribute="lastName" xml-path="elvis:Lastname/text()"/>
<xml-element java-attribute="extendedAttribute" xml-path="elvis:ExtendedAttributes/elvis:Attribute/text()"/>

It works for all attibutes whose methods defined in "ISubject", but the methods for "extendedAttribute" are defined in IExtendedAttributeAware so i got the message:
[EL Warning]: 2012-01-05 18:30:02.308--Ignoring attribute [extendedAttribute] on class [de.unituebingen.medizin.uak.ergexplorer.interfaces.ISubject] as no Property was generated for it.

I use "xml-transient" attribute like on this page:
I tested it with classes and it works fine, but it looks like i cant use it with interfaces.

So how can i use MOXy with inherited interfaces?

Thanks And Regards

Manuel Glaser
Re: binding attributes from inherited interfaces [message #1023233 is a reply to message #775305] Sat, 23 March 2013 17:46 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Barry Zhong is currently offline Barry ZhongFriend
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Registered: March 2013
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I found the defect was fixed in release 2.4.1, and I hope it's helpful.
Re: binding attributes from inherited interfaces [message #1142636 is a reply to message #1023233] Thu, 17 October 2013 19:20 Go to previous message
Rodrygo Santos is currently offline Rodrygo SantosFriend
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Registered: October 2013
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Hi folks,

I'm facing exactly the same problem reported by Manuel Glaser. However, contrary to what Barry Zhong suggests, if this is indeed a bug, it doesn't appear to have been fixed in release 2.4.1 (I'm testing on 2.5.1).

Any idea of how to work around this while sticking with interfaces purely?
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