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From "Dan Bress (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (NIFI-452) Use consistent casing of AllowableValues
Date Fri, 20 Mar 2015 15:23:38 GMT

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Dan Bress updated NIFI-452:
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    Description: 
Some processors that allow for boolean values specify them as "true" and "false" 
- {{PutFTP}}
while others specify them as "True" and "False"
-- {{InvokeHTTP}}

Some processors allow for "REPLACE", "IGNORE", "RENAME", "REJECT", "FAIL", "NONE"
- {{PutFTP}}

while others allow for "replace", "ignore", "rename", "reject", "fail", "none"
- {{PutHDFS}}

I've seen these different schemes used:
- lowercase
- Pascal
- UPPERCASE
- dash-separated-name
- Human readable name

Lets pick one and go with it for all standard processors


  was:
Some processors that allow for boolean values specify them as "true" and "false" 
-{{PutFTP}}
while others specify them as "True" and "False"
--{{InvokeHTTP}}

Some processors allow for "REPLACE", "IGNORE", "RENAME", "REJECT", "FAIL", "NONE"
-{{PutFTP}}

while others allow for "replace", "ignore", "rename", "reject", "fail", "none"
-{{PutHDFS}}

I've seen:
- lowercase
- Pascal
- UPPERCASE
- dash-separated-name
- Human readable name

Lets pick one and go with it for all standard processors



> Use consistent casing of AllowableValues
> ----------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: NIFI-452
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/NIFI-452
>             Project: Apache NiFi
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Extensions
>    Affects Versions: 0.1.0
>            Reporter: Dan Bress
>            Priority: Trivial
>
> Some processors that allow for boolean values specify them as "true" and "false" 
> - {{PutFTP}}
> while others specify them as "True" and "False"
> -- {{InvokeHTTP}}
> Some processors allow for "REPLACE", "IGNORE", "RENAME", "REJECT", "FAIL", "NONE"
> - {{PutFTP}}
> while others allow for "replace", "ignore", "rename", "reject", "fail", "none"
> - {{PutHDFS}}
> I've seen these different schemes used:
> - lowercase
> - Pascal
> - UPPERCASE
> - dash-separated-name
> - Human readable name
> Lets pick one and go with it for all standard processors



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