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From Wim Deblauwe <>
Subject [betwixt] Specify a certain class in a betwixt file
Date Thu, 01 Sep 2005 08:08:29 GMT

is it possible to specify a certain type of class in you betwixt file that 
the introspector should use?

I'm having problems with a class that returns a certain type of object. This 
object implements the comparable interface also. The introspector treats 
this object as a comparable and not as the real object. What I would like to 
do is this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
<element name="luminanceRange">
<element name="minimum" property="minimum" class="com.blabla.MyClass"/>
<element name="maximum" property="maximum" class="com.blabla.MyClass"/>

The extremely strange thing is that the minimum property is serialized 
correctly (as MyClass, even without any betwixt file) and the maximum is not 
(it is seen as a comparable) although they are the properties of the same 
class! I'm currently trying to reproduce this problem in a simple testcase, 
but no luck so far.



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