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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 16394] - Enhance the IndexedListProperty to handle nested lists.
Date Tue, 18 Feb 2003 09:14:40 GMT
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Enhance the IndexedListProperty to handle nested lists.





------- Additional Comments From poul-bildsoe.moller@cgey.com  2003-02-18 09:14 -------
I was having problems with the ValidatorResults comming from validations on 
indexedLists. The problem is that the result is added using the fields defined 
key, and not the actual key i.e. list[].value and not list[0].value, list
[1].value and so forth. Because of this the ValidatorResults only contains one 
result after a list validation this being the last result in the list, but 
saved under the default key (like list[].value). See 
Validator.validateFieldForRule where the field is used in: results.add(field, 
va.getName(), isValid(result), result); instead of the clone indexedField. The 
reason why I write this comment here is that I think that the solution 
described here, will solve this problem also.

With regards, Poul Bildsoe Moller (poul-bildsoe.moller@cgey.com)

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