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From "Raffaele Sena (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (JCR-1096) Problems with custom nodes in journal
Date Wed, 29 Aug 2007 01:11:30 GMT
Problems with custom nodes in journal
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                 Key: JCR-1096
                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/JCR-1096
             Project: Jackrabbit
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: clustering
    Affects Versions: 1.3.1
            Reporter: Raffaele Sena


I have an application that uses custom node types and I am having problems in a clustered
configuration.

Issue 1: the following definition in a nodetype is incorrectly read from the journal:
  + * (nt:hierarchyNode) version

The * is stored in the journal as _x002a_ since it should be a QName and it gets escaped.
When read, the code ...core.nodetype.compact.CompactNodeTypeDefReader.doChildNodeDefinition
does the following test:

        if (currentTokenEquals('*')) {
            ndi.setName(ItemDef.ANY_NAME); 
        } else {
            ndi.setName(toQName(currentToken));
        }

Since currentToken is _x002a_ and not * toQName(currentToken) is called but it fails.
I changed the test to:
        if (currentTokenEquals('*') || currentTokenEquals("_x002a_"))
            ....
and that fixes the problem.

Issue 2: when storing a nodeType in the journal the superclass nt:base is not store, but when
reading I get an error saying the node should be a subclass of nt:base.

The code in...core.nodetype.compact.CompactNodeTypeDefWriter.writeSupertypes skips nt:base
when writing the node.

When reading the nodetype definition from the journal the following exception is thrown:

Unable to deliver node type operation: [{http://www.adobe.com/acorn/repository/1.0}resource]
all primary node types except nt:base itself must be (directly or indirectly) derived from
nt:base

probably because nt:base is not re-added to the nodetype definition

 

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