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From "Christian Haul (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Created: (XBEAN-119) ContextUtil$ReadOnlyBinding#isRelative() always returns false
Date Mon, 22 Dec 2008 16:38:44 GMT
ContextUtil$ReadOnlyBinding#isRelative() always returns false

                 Key: XBEAN-119
             Project: XBean
          Issue Type: Bug
    Affects Versions: 3.4.2, 3.4.1, 3.4, 3.3
            Reporter: Christian Haul
            Priority: Minor

When iterating through the JNDI tree in Geronimo with the following code

		NamingEnumeration<Binding> namingEnum = context.listBindings("");
		while (namingEnum.hasMore()) {
			Binding nameClassPair = namingEnum.nextElement();
                        if (nameClassPair.isRelative()) {

the isRelative() test always fails. The object returned from the nextElement() call is a ContextUtil$ReadOnlyBinding
which has a trivial implementation of the isRelative() method:

        public boolean isRelative() {
            return false;

Since the ReadOnlyBinding inherits from the NameClassPair it has a instance var named isRelative
and inherits a  method isRelative() which -- at least in my case -- has the correct default
value of "true". So, the method could be simply deleted so that the original method is used.

However, I haven't dug deep enough into the code to assess if the property is initialized
correctly at any time, i.e. for the top level JNDI entries one might assume that those return
"false" (OTOH would that really be necessary? In what situation should the NameClassPair return
"false" for isRelative ?)

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