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From "Emmanuel Bourg (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Updated: (CLI-125) Invokes Date Validator for a Date type (fail on real example)
Date Tue, 15 Jun 2010 16:31:26 GMT

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Emmanuel Bourg updated CLI-125:
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    Component/s: CLI-2.x

> Invokes Date Validator for a Date type (fail on real example)
> -------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CLI-125
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLI-125
>             Project: Commons CLI
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: CLI-2.x, Validation
>    Affects Versions: Nightly Builds
>            Reporter: David Leal
>             Fix For: 2.1
>
>         Attachments: BatchCallerCommandLineParser_help_en.out, com.zip, TEST-com.schinvest.lra.business.batch.commandLine.batchCaller.TestBatchCallerCommandLineParser.txt,
TestBatchCallerCommandLineParser.java
>
>
> Dear Sr,
> I would like to send a fail I have found when testing my real Command Line Parser example.
I have the command line class definition and also the corresponding testing file. (I will
try to add an atachment file).
> The file occurs because it miss understand probably som option definition and it try
to validate a Date type with a date validator which is wrong. I can't isolate the situation
for the moment, but on the testing class you will see exaclty what happend.
> The file occurs with this situation:
> 		args = new String[]{"-holders-options", "-local", "-f", "nada.es",
> 				"-movements-options", "-date", "D-3", "-positions-options",
> 				"-local", "-f", "otroNada.txt", "all"};
> 		parser.parse(args);
> but with this:
> 		args = new String[]{"-holders-options", "-local", "-f", "nada.es",
> 				"-movements-options", "-date", "D-3", "holders", "movements"};
> 		parser.parse(args);
> it doesn't happend. The -movements-options, -holders-options, -position-options are group
of options. If you invoke the just the option -help you will see the documentation about the
input argument options, also running the test you will get an output file: 
> TestBatchCallerCommandLineParser.out with this output (englis/spanish, it depends of
your local configuration).
> I have defined a DisplaceDateValidator, that extends DateValidator, it just convert a
displace date operator (D-n) in the corresponding date (current day minus n-days). This validator
works, the problem comes when I want to invoke the parser with more group of options. As you
can see on the source code the algorithm for creating -holders-options, -movements-options,
-positions-options, so having one or two or more group options has to be treated on the same
way.
> Thanks, 
> David

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