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From Sudhan <s.kan...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [JCR Browser] Is there a way to update nt:file nodes property
Date Tue, 13 Mar 2007 18:16:17 GMT


Now I have a event listener which listens for event : Node_Added

					"/jcr:system/jcr:versionStorage", // "/",
					new String[] { "nt:base" }, // parent of nt:frozenNode!

I am dealing with only nt:file node and jcr:content is mixin:versionable. So
whenever a new node is created I get an event with the new version say 1.1

My code further computes and finds out the file size of this updated or
inserted node. Also i need to set a property called as fileSize on the new
version node (1.1). But when i try to do it by performing checkout,
setProperty(), save and then checkin -  i am incrementing the version node
with 1.2 version. This i do not want to have 1.2 version as it is just a
update of fileSize property on version node.

Now when i try to set a property on parent node, here it is nt:file node, it
gives ConstraintViolationException on that node type.

Is there any way so that i can update the property either on the version
node or nt:file node without actually creating  a new version or throwing a
ConstraintViolationException.(I know nt:file does not allow setting a
property fileSize)



Paco Avila-2 wrote:
> El lun, 12-03-2007 a las 14:49 -0700, Sudhan escribió:
>> Hi,
>> Is there a way to insert/update nt:file nodes property when jcr:content
>> node
>> is having jcr:mixintypes as mix:versionable. 
>> Meaning nt:file is non versionable node and jcr:content is versionable,
>> and
>> on updation of new version to jcr:content i need to compute the file size
>> and update a property like "size" on nt:file which is non - versionable
>> without doing checkout and checkin.
> I think I don't understood you. Where is the problem?
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