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From aatankwadi aatankwadi <golimarbhej...@yahoo.co.in>
Subject Re: AW: Need to add one generic get/set attribute in Project API
Date Fri, 14 Sep 2007 09:37:56 GMT
I already Used it but it is not working

Jan.Materne@rzf.fin-nrw.de wrote:  Use set/getReference ;-)

Jan 

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>Von: aatankwadi aatankwadi [mailto:golimarbhejeme@yahoo.co.in] 
>Gesendet: Freitag, 14. September 2007 09:18
>An: Ant Users List
>Betreff: Need to add one generic get/set attribute in Project API
>
>Hi,
> 
> I m facing a problem, I want to persist one object through 
>out my project, so I want to put it in some name/value pair, 
>so that I can access it anywhere in my project.
> 
> I am developing a custom sql task that can reuse the 
>connection object created once, rather then using current sql 
>task which create the connection again and again,
> I want to put this connection object in to project instance 
>so that I can access it any where in my project, but no such 
>method(set/get property or attribute) available in current API 
>which can hold an object.
> set property only stores string, where as I need to put an object
> 
> Can ANT Developer can override 
>method(setProperty,getProperty) in Project class which can 
>store an object so that this can act as a generic method for 
>all objects.
> public void setProperty(String key, Object obj2)
> public Object getProperty(String key)
> 
> Please do the needfull as soon as possible or suggest some 
>alternate solution.
> 
> Thanks,
> AbhiNandan
> "Abhi Nahi To Kabhi Nahi"
>
> 
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