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From "Tobias Bocanegra (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (JCR-423) Node.restore() fails for existing non-versioned OPV=Version child nodes
Date Tue, 02 May 2006 14:08:46 GMT
Node.restore() fails for existing non-versioned OPV=Version child nodes
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         Key: JCR-423
         URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JCR-423
     Project: Jackrabbit
        Type: Bug

  Components: versioning  
    Versions: 1.0, 0.9    
    Reporter: Tobias Bocanegra
 Assigned to: Tobias Bocanegra 


I have a node whose definition has properties and child nodes.  The
definitions of the nodetypes for the node and the child include
mix:versionable.  The properties definitions have onParentVersion=COPY and
the child nodes have onParentVersion=VERSION.  When I create a node with
child nodes and checkin and then restore the node, I get a
"....VersionException: Restore of root node not allowed"  This is
occurring on the restore of the child node.

According to the spec:

Child Node
On checkin of N, the node VN will get a subnode of type nt:versionedChild
with the same name as C. The single property of this node,
jcr:childVersionHistory is a REFERENCE to the version history of C (not to
C or any actual version of C). This also requires that C itself be
versionable (otherwise it would not have a version history).
.
.
.
On restore of VN, if the workspace currently has an already existing node
corresponding to C?s version history and the removeExisting flag of the
restore is set to true, then that instance of C becomes the child of the
restored N. If the workspace currently has an already existing node
corresponding to C?s version history and the removeExisting flag of the
restore is set to false then an ItemExistsException is thrown.


I'm restoring the node using

   node.restore(version, true);

Is this expected behavior?

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