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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 24803] - LevelMatchFilter not working as expected
Date Wed, 19 Nov 2003 15:24:45 GMT
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LevelMatchFilter not working as expected





------- Additional Comments From egravel_fl@hotmail.com  2003-11-19 15:24 -------
Exactly, at least that's what I thought it should do.  The code that is 
currently there does what the javadocs says but not really what the class name 
seems to imply when comparing it to another filter such as LevelRangeFiler 
which returns DENY is level is out of range, ACCEPT if it matches and 
AcceptOnMatch is true else NEUTRAL.

So I went and create a LevelMatchFilter in my application utility package and 
made the correction to the decide() method's logic.  

Now I'm simply wondering if anyone else agrees and if this should be corrected 
in the distribution?

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