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From Alec Fernandez <Alec.Fernan...@sas.com>
Subject RE: adding filters to a filterset
Date Thu, 10 Apr 2008 14:34:32 GMT
For future reference:

the fact that I was creating a new reference was the cause of my problems.

Reference r = new Reference(getProject(), filtersetrefid);

This code works and allows me to use the expanded filterset in my project after my custom
task runs.

f = (FilterSet) getProject().getReference(filtersetrefid)

-Alec

>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Alec Fernandez [mailto:Alec.Fernandez@sas.com]
>> Sent: Wednesday, April 09, 2008 11:10 PM
>> To: Ant Users List
>> Subject: adding filters to a filterset
>>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I'm hoping someone can tell me if this is possible.  I'm beginning to
>> think that since there is no set method in Project that this simply is
>> not possible.
>>
>> I define a filterset in a target and then call a custom task to which
>> I pass the refid of the filterset.
>>
>>       <filterset id="configobj.filterset" >
>>           <filter token="foo.foo" value="bar.bar" />
>>       </filterset>
>>
>>
>>       <mytask filteretrefid="configobj.filterset" />
>>          </then>
>>
>> In the task I can then see the filters in the filterset
>>
>>             Reference r = new Reference(getProject(), filtersetrefid);
>>             f = (FilterSet) r.getReferencedObject();
>>             String allfilters = f.getFilterHash().toString();
>>             Logger.log( Project.MSG_VERBOSE, this, "filterhash
>> toString():" + allfilters );
>>
>> I then use f.addFilter to add filter elements to the filterset and I
>> can print these in the task.
>>
>> [GetObjectProperties] filterhash
>> toString():{oma.folder.products.path=/Products,
>> oma.person.demo.login.userid=hpusrv001\sasdemo, foo.foo=bar.bar}
>>
>>
>> However, upon returning from the task to the calling target, the
>> filterset seems to only have the original filter element that was
>> added in the filterset task.
>>
>> Does anyone know if I can accomplish adding filter elements to a
>> filterset in this manner?
>> Or can I create a new filterset in my task, give it a refid and then
>> use that refid back in my target?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Alec
>>
>>
>>
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