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From "Craig Tataryn" <craiger...@hotmail.com>
Subject addBeanPropertySetter help
Date Mon, 08 Dec 2003 19:53:14 GMT
Hi, I have an XML file that looks like this:

<data-mappings>
	<dispatchers>
		<!-- dispatcher section must appear before data-mappings -->
		<dispatcher name="Sybase Stored Procedure" class="StoredProcDataDispatch">
			<db>Data</db>
			<server>192.168.200.1</server>
			<port>2638</port>
			<dbfile>test</dbfile>
			<uid>dba</uid>
			<pwd>pwd</pwd>
		</dispatcher>
	</dispatchers>

	<data-mapping class="Customer" dispatcher="Sybase Stored Procedure"/>

</data-mappings>

Basically the tags below data-mappings/dispatchers/dispatcher are going to 
be adhoc (they represent properties on the StoredProcDataDispatch instance 
which will be set).  I tried setting these properties by the following code:

digester.addObjectCreate("data-mappings/dispatchers/dispatcher","class",java.lang.Object.class);
digester.addBeanPropertySetter("data-mappings/dispatchers/dispatcher/*");

But the properties on the object are never set :(  Is there a rule I can use 
where I can provide a pattern for a root node (i.e. 
data-mappings/dispatchers/dispatcher) and have all the child nodes below it 
act as property setters much like the addSetProperties rule works for 
attributes.

Thanks,

Craig.

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