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From Mike Thomsen <mikerthom...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Bug in drop downs?
Date Sun, 08 Jul 2018 00:06:37 GMT
I figured it out. It was this:

>
.expressionLanguageSupported(ExpressionLanguageScope.VARIABLE_REGISTRY)

It appears that that tricks the UI into flipping from a drop down to a text
box.

Is this "expected" or should it be considered a bug?

On Sat, Jul 7, 2018 at 11:16 AM Mike Thomsen <mikerthomsen@gmail.com> wrote:

>  I have the following configuration property in a new processor, PutGridFS:
>
>     static final AllowableValue NO_UNIQUE   = new AllowableValue("none",
> "None", "No uniqueness will be enforced.");
>     static final AllowableValue UNIQUE_NAME = new AllowableValue("name",
> "Name", "Only the filename must " +
>             "be unique.");
>     static final AllowableValue UNIQUE_HASH = new AllowableValue("hash",
> "Hash", "Only the file hash must be " +
>             "unique.");
>     static final AllowableValue UNIQUE_BOTH = new AllowableValue("both",
> "Both", "Both the filename and hash " +
>             "must be unique.");
>
>     static final PropertyDescriptor ENFORCE_UNIQUENESS = new
> PropertyDescriptor.Builder()
>         .name("putgridfs-enforce-uniqueness")
>         .displayName("Enforce Uniqueness")
>         .description("When enabled, this option will ensure that
> uniqueness is enforced on the bucket. It will do so by creating a MongoDB
> index " +
>                 "that matches your selection. It should ideally be
> configured once when the bucket is created for the first time because " +
>                 "it could take a long time to build on an existing bucket
> wit a lot of data.")
>         .allowableValues(NO_UNIQUE, UNIQUE_BOTH, UNIQUE_NAME, UNIQUE_HASH)
>         .defaultValue(NO_UNIQUE.getValue())
>
> .expressionLanguageSupported(ExpressionLanguageScope.VARIABLE_REGISTRY)
>         .required(true)
>         .addValidator(Validator.VALID)
>         .build();
>
>
> When I load the configuration dialog, it shows "None" in the Enforce
> Uniqueness property. When I click to change it opens a free text dialog
> with "none" as the entry instead of giving me a drop down.
>
> Any ideas of what is going on here? It looks like a UI bug to me. I've
> compared the descriptor to ones that still behave fine and cannot find any
> differences.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Mike
>
>

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