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Set default value in config.xml by calling static method

How to set default value in config xml? I have such code. Here I created new product, set enum that is needed. But the next step does not work. I could simply initialize object by String, but I need to do it throught method because on the next stages I will need to return complex object by method.

       <wz:prepare id="productPrepare">
             <wz:initialize property="newProduct"
                            type="Product"/>
             <wz:assign property="newProduct.approvalStatus"
                        value="T(de.hybris.platform.catalog.enums.ArticleApprovalStatus).APPROVED"/>
             <wz:assign property="newProduct.rating"
                        value="T(com.epam.training.controller.CatalogVersionCreator).getFive()"/>
         </wz:prepare>
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  • Posted on Oct 01, 2018 at 04:49 PM

    To access enums, you can use the enumerationService via a SpEL expression (wrapped in {}):

     <wz:assign property="newProduct.approvalStatus"
       value="{@enumerationService.getEnumerationValue('ArticleApprovalStatus','approved')}"/>
    
    

    EDIT You can use SpEL throughout the backoffice, as long as the expression is wrapped in {}, for example: {1 + 1}

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