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From "Gennady Azarenkov" <gazaren...@hotmail.com>
Subject treatment of multivalued property
Date Sat, 18 Jun 2005 11:20:42 GMT
hi,

specs 6.7.13 PropertyDefinition: "isMultiple() - Reports whether this 
property can have multiple values... "
means if isMultiple() == true  - property can be either multi- or single 
valued,
if isMultiple() == false  - property should be single valued
right?

then
"...  Note that the isMultiple flag is special in that a given node type may 
have two property definitions
that are identical in every respect except for the their isMultiple status. 
For example,
a node type can specify two string  properties both called X, one of which 
is multi-valued and the other not."
means a node can have 2 properties X: one of which should be single-valued 
and
other can be either single- or multi-valued (by previous definition)
or
other should be multi-valued (that is more logical as for me but not 
obvious)?

thanks,
gena

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Gennady Azarenkov
eXo platform 

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