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From "Paul Skinner" <Paul.Skin...@gossinteractive.com>
Subject Parameterized default values for node properties
Date Tue, 10 Jan 2006 12:21:03 GMT
Hi all,

In the JSR170 1.0 spec, 6.7.13 PropertyDefinition.getDefaultValues()
states:

'If null is returned, then the property has no fixed default value. This
does not exclude the possibility that the property still assumes some
value automatically, but that value may be parameterized (for example,
"the current date") and hence not expressible as a single fixed value.
In particular, this must be the case if isAutoCreated returns true and
this method returns null.'


I would like to define a protected and auto-created property of a date
type. This property needs to be set to the current date on creation, but
I do not know how to use parameterized default values.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.


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