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From Dain Sundstrom <d...@iq80.com>
Subject Re: Setting a property with List<? extends SocketAddress> objects
Date Wed, 27 Aug 2008 05:33:43 GMT
You can use a factory method to achieve this.  I checked in an example  
for you:

http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?view=rev&revision=689356

We should be able to support a list of simple types converted from a  
string value using a PropertyEditor.  Anyone know if/how we can do that?

-dain

On Aug 26, 2008, at 8:39 PM, Alex Karasulu wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I've been trying to setup a module for MINA to enable easy use of
> XBean-Spring with MINA classes.  I've been trying to figure out how to
> compose the XML for a List property of a class.  The List contains  
> elements
> extending the java.net.SocketAddress class which I cannot alter the  
> javadocs
> of.  Here's a mock up of the situation:
>
> class Foo
> {
>     ....
>
>     public void setLocalAddress( SocketAddress address )
>     ....
>
>     public void setLocalAddresses( List<? extends SocketAddress>  
> addresses)
>
>     ....
> }
>
> The first property taking a single address is configured easily  
> using the
> following XML frag:
>
> <foo  localAddress="192.168.0.1:10001" />
>
> I'm using a InetSocketAddressEditor (PropertyEditor) which is  
> registered
> with Spring for SocketAddress.class.  It works great for the first
> property.  However I have not been able to figure out much less find  
> a way
> to make the second property with the list of addresses work.  I've  
> tried a
> number of combinations but none have worked.  Here's a list of them:
>
> <foo  localAddresses="192.168.0.1:10001 192.168.0.1:10002" />
>
> ---
>
> <foo  localAddresses="192.168.0.1:10001, 192.168.0.1:10002" />
>
> ---
>
> <foo  localAddresses="192.168.0.1:10001,192.168.0.1:10002" />
>
> ---
>
> <foo>
>   <localAddresses>
>     <s:value>192.168.0.1:10001</s:value>
>     <s:value>192.168.0.1:10002</s:value>
>   </localAddresses>
> </foo>
>
> I think half the problem is in the fact that I cannot annotate the  
> javadocs
> of the SocketAddress in the JDK.  I was wondering if anyone has an  
> idea on
> how to get around this limitation.
>
> Thanks,
> Alex


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