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From David Kennedy <da...@us.ibm.com>
Subject Re: Override property protected attribute
Date Tue, 19 Sep 2006 19:08:17 GMT
What I'm really looking for is something as simple as a flag/bit on the 
setProperty methods (e.g. setProperty(propertyName, Value, 
overrideProtected)).  Importing an XML stream may be a little too 
heavyweight for my usage.


"Nicolas " <ntoper@gmail.com> wrote on 09/19/2006 03:00:50 PM:

> Hi David,
> There is a way for this with regards to the backup/restore. The code is 
> ready and in progress :p
> Ready b/c it works but outside the core.
> In progress b/c we are currently integrating it in the core (see JIRA 
> on refactoring of WorkspaceImporter and refactoring of Backup tool). The
> initial strategy was to avoid it but now we want to :)
> Most of the patches are nearly ready, we are waiting the 1.1 release 
> Jukka can review and integrate the patches. Hopefully, everything should 
> integrated in the core soon.
> About your scenario, you could use some subset of the backup tool to 
> what you want: restore operations restores everything including original
> If you import a protected property, it will be imported as it is.
> The drawback is you'd have to use SystemView XML export or configure the
> backup tool.
>  Do you need more details?
> BR,
> Nicolas

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