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From "Michal Fojtik (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Created] (DTACLOUD-499) The 'ref' attributes are not (de)serialized propertly
Date Tue, 26 Feb 2013 11:12:13 GMT
Michal Fojtik created DTACLOUD-499:
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             Summary: The 'ref' attributes are not (de)serialized propertly
                 Key: DTACLOUD-499
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/DTACLOUD-499
             Project: DeltaCloud
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: CIMI/Frontend
            Reporter: Michal Fojtik
            Assignee: David Lutterkort


If you have this definition in CIMI model (MachineTemplate in this case):

array :volume_templates do
  ref :volume_template
end

and you use this JSON in .from_json method to create an instance of the MachineTemplate:

<snip>
'volume_templates' : [
  { 'volumeConfig' : { 'capacity' : '12345' } }
]
</snip>

The resulting 'machine_template.volume_templates.first.volume_config.capacity' will be 'nil'.

I tried to play a bit with the input JSON and I found that if you use this:

<snip>
'volume_templates' : [
  'volume_template' : {
    { 'volumeConfig' : { 'capacity' : '12345' } }
  }
]
</snip>

The resulting 'machine_template.volume_templates.first.volume_template.capacity' is set properly
to '12345' :-)

The XML output then looks like:

<snip>

        <volumeTemplate>
          <volumeTemplate>
            <volumeConfig>
              <capacity>10240</capacity>
            </volumeConfig>
          </volumeTemplate>
        </volumeTemplate>

</snip>

I think we need to do something smart in the 'array' to remove the upper 'volumeTemplate'
or introduce something like 'ref_arr :volume_templates'.

Anyway, I'm leaving this one to you David, as you might have better schema knowledge than
me ;-)

CC'ing Dies, as he reported this issue original in his email.

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