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From "Christophe Lombart" <christophe.lomb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: mix:referenceable with OCM
Date Thu, 04 Oct 2007 12:34:16 GMT
There are also some converters (bean & collection) to manage referenceable
nodes. We should explain more in some docs but you can check the unit tests
in the first time.

For ex.

you have a class like :

Class MyContent
       AnotherContent anotherContent

anotherContent (a bean attribute) can be mapped into a REFERENCE property.
In this case, the bean cannot be updated.

If I did it correctly :-), the differente possibilities are in the unit test
ObjectContentManagerUuidTest. Check the object model and its mapping
definition to get more idea on how to map.

On 10/4/07, Felix Meschberger <fmeschbe@gmail.com> wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, den 04.10.2007, 04:00 -0700 schrieb Kaizer:
> > I'm a little confused about how the mix:referenceable works in OCM. The
> uuid
> > will be stored as an attribute in my class but how is the reference
> stored?
> > I'd appreciate it if someone can explain with an example.
> Not sure, whether I understand your question. The UUID is stored in the
> jcr:uuid property in the node and may be mapped to any field in your
> class. But you should consider that field read-only, as the repository
> manages the jcr:uuid property and won't let you change it (actually, OCM
> will not even try to write protected properties such as jcr:uuid).
> If another node refers the mix:referenceable node, it stores that UUID
> in any property of type REFERENCE, which you may easily store in a
> String field.
> Regards
> Felix

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