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From "Nikolay Jordanov" <Nikolay.jorda...@detica.com>
Subject RE: Problem: BeanWriter not enforcing the element list order inBetwixt
Date Thu, 23 Mar 2006 12:38:36 GMT
Hi Robert,

You were right! Creating another betwixt file for the listItem object
solved the problem! So simple and elegant!

Thank you very much,
Nik 


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-----Original Message-----
From: robert burrell donkin
[mailto:robertburrelldonkin@blueyonder.co.uk] 
Sent: 22 March 2006 22:52
To: Jakarta Commons Users List
Subject: Re: Problem: BeanWriter not enforcing the element list order
inBetwixt

On Tue, 2006-03-21 at 20:24 +0000, Nikolay Jordanov wrote:
> Hi,

hi Nikolay

> I am using a betwixt file to describe how to convert a Java complex 
> type POJO (containing lists of other objects contained in ArrayLists) 
> into XML. I need to ensure that the order of all attributes is 
> preserved in the XML, as it must conform to a rigid XSD.
> 
> BeanWriter enforces the order in all of the component objects within 
> the top level POJO objects correctly, as defined in the betwixt config

> file, but when it comes to elements contained in a List object, they 
> are rendered in the resulting XML in alphabetical order, instead of in

> the order described in the betwixt file.
> 
> Is this an issue with betwixt's handling of Lists, or am I missing a 
> crucial piece of configuration?

i'm not 100% sure: it's a lot easier for me if you can provide a test
case. it means that i can just import the source, run the test and see
exactly what's not right. it also allows me to verify directly whether
the problem has already been fixed.

i think that your problem is that you need to create separate dot
betwixt files for GetCTNHistoryResponse and GCTNHRespHistoryListItem. 

- robert


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