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From "Thomas Joseph (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (FELIX-4047) Unable to create empty or single valued String array property
Date Fri, 03 May 2013 12:44:15 GMT

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Thomas Joseph updated FELIX-4047:
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    Description: 
There is no way that I can declare an empty or a single valued String array property.

@Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"only-single-value"})
private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";


OR

@Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"only-single-value"}, unbounded=PropertyUnbounded.ARRAY)
private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";

OR

@Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"only-single-value"}, cardinality=N)
private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";

All would generate the same DS XML file as:
<property name="multivalued.property" value="only-single-value"/>


As of now the only workaround is to declare an array with at-least two entries:

@Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"only-single-value", ""})
private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";

OR

@Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"", ""})
private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";

  was:
There is no way that I can declare an empty or a single valued String array is property.

@Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"only-single-value"})
private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";


OR

@Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"only-single-value"}, unbounded=PropertyUnbounded.ARRAY)
private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";

OR

@Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"only-single-value"}, cardinality=N)
private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";

All would generate the same DS XML file as:
<property name="multivalued.property" value="only-single-value"/>


As of now the only workaround is to declare an array with at-least two entries:

@Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"only-single-value", ""})
private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";

OR

@Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"", ""})
private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";

    
> Unable to create empty or single valued String array property
> -------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: FELIX-4047
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FELIX-4047
>             Project: Felix
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Maven SCR Plugin
>    Affects Versions: maven-scr-plugin-1.8.0, maven-scr-plugin-1.12.0
>            Reporter: Thomas Joseph
>
> There is no way that I can declare an empty or a single valued String array property.
> @Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"only-single-value"})
> private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";
> OR
> @Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"only-single-value"}, unbounded=PropertyUnbounded.ARRAY)
> private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";
> OR
> @Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"only-single-value"}, cardinality=N)
> private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";
> All would generate the same DS XML file as:
> <property name="multivalued.property" value="only-single-value"/>
> As of now the only workaround is to declare an array with at-least two entries:
> @Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"only-single-value", ""})
> private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";
> OR
> @Property(label="Multivalued Property", value={"", ""})
> private static final String MV_PROPERTY= "multivalued.property";

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