> No, the point is that in JSR170 it is possible that for a given node
> type N, the NodeType interface will only return residual property
> definitions (because the set of property definitions on this node type
> may be very large), while Property.getPropertyDefinition() will return a
> nonresidual definition (because in this case, the property name is
> known in advance, so the size problem above doesn't matter).
not quite. the set of property definitions of a nodetype is always a
static set and does not vary on the set of all possible properties
that can be added. i.e. it does not depend on the actual contents of a
node.
of course they might be dynamically generated by the repository
implementation and this set could be large. but afair, jsr170 does not
mention that this set can be incomplete.
regards, toby

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