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Jun 18, 2015 at 10:26 PM

PrepareInterceptor - changed vaue of attribute not reflecting in db or hmc

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Hi,

This might be a basic question, but have just started working with interceptors so please bear with me.

So what I am trying to do is for the B2BCustomer, by default the Original UID is grayed out and it takes the value of whatever is there in the ID field.

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So what I am trying to do here is for the B2BCustomer I have added two new attributes. These are working fine from the hmc i.e I am able to save values in it from the Administration tab in hmc for B2BCustomer. Now what I want to do is that for Original UID, I want the value as the concatinated value of the two string variables which I have declared.

So for this I have created my Interceptor which implements the PrepareInterceptor. I have also made the necessary spring configs for it.

Following is what I have done :

 public class B2BCustomerSaveInterceptor implements PrepareInterceptor
 {
 
     @Override
     public void onPrepare(final Object model, final InterceptorContext ctx) throws InterceptorException
     {
         if (model instanceof B2BCustomerModel)
         {
             final B2BCustomerModel b2bCustomer = (B2BCustomerModel) model;
 
             b2bCustomer.setOriginalUid(b2bCustomer.getDealerCode() + "-" + b2bCustomer.getInternetUserId());
             System.out.println("$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$");
             System.out.println("New OriginalUID : " + b2bCustomer.getOriginalUid());
 
 
         }
 
     }
 }


So the interceptor is called when I try to save the B2BCustomer in hmc. And the print statement shows the correct value of the Original UID attribute like I want it to be.

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But this thing is not getting persisted back in db. Do I need to explicitly call any other method apart from just intercepting and changing the value for saving the above value of Original UID to db.

I know its only a line of code that I am missing here. If anybody can point that out, it would be great.

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