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From Stefan Seelmann <>
Subject Re: What is the difference between the data members isSingleValued and isCollective of AttributeType class?
Date Wed, 27 Apr 2011 13:48:28 GMT
On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 3:41 PM, Lakshmi B <> wrote:
> Hi,
> The class is
> having two data members or properties named as isSingleValued, and
> isCollective. The names are specifying that they are used to indicate
> whether the attribute holds a single value or multiple values.
> But there is no need to declare two members to indicate whether the
> AttributeType is single valued or collective.
> There may be some difference between these two, but I am unable to
> understand that difference.
> Any one can help me to know the difference between these two members
> (isSingleValued and isCollective)?

isCollective() has another meaning, it indicates if it is an
"Collective Attribute", see RFC3671 [1].

Kind Regards,


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