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From Michael Bouschen <mbo.t...@spree.de>
Subject Re: [jira] Commented: (JDO-510) Remove @Field and @Property and replace them with @Persistent
Date Thu, 26 Jul 2007 08:22:52 GMT
Hi Andy,

I think the name boundTypes should suggest that this is the list of 
possible types a value of the field can have. And this is not 
necessarily the same as the declared type of the field in the Java 
source. The XML uses the singular version and uses different names per 
context: "field-type", "element-type", "key-type" and "value-type".

I think we should use the same name for all four annotation type and if 
"boundTypes" is not meaningful we should go for "types".

Regards Michael


> Hi Craig,
>
>   
>> Given that we had fieldType and fieldTypes in @Field and @Property,
>> and type and types in @Element, @Key, and @Value, I made them
>> consistent by changing types to boundTypes in @Element, @Key, and
>> @Value.
>>
>> Is this what we want? Or should we change boundTypes back to types
>> for all four annotation types?
>>     
>
> "boundTypes" does absolutely nothing for me. I don't see what is wrong 
> with "types" and "fieldTypes", and that is, after all, what the XML has.
>
>
>   


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