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Dynamic Values Class Creation


I am looking for documentation/example of

defining property metadata with Dynamic Values Class

How do I integrate my java class into repository framework API?

Thank you


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    Posted on Jun 17, 2004 at 09:40 AM

    Hi Regina,

    I guess you are searching for a ResourcePropertyFilter. Such a filter can add a dynamic property value to a resource.

    You could use the RF-Wizards from the PDK to create a template for that with Eclipse (see to develop with the repository framework apis.pdf and for the PDK).

    Once you have that filter, you have to configure the new Property to make it known by the indexmanagement and UI (see > Knowledge Management > System Administration > System Configuration > Content Management Configuration > Global Services > Property Metadata Service and Property Structure Service).

    Best regards,


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    Posted on Jun 17, 2004 at 11:09 AM

    Hi Paul,

    The documentation that you mentioned is known for me, but it is too common.

    I am looking for a technical information:

    which wizard in Eclipse to use, and how to deploy the class/classes that I implement.

    Do I need to map my java class in UI?

    What I am trying to achive is to create a property for automatic numbering of the documents that are uploaded to the Portal. For example all the documnets that I published have value of Regina-NN, where NN is a serial number of the document.

    Thank you in advance.


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    • Hi Regina,

      unfortunately there is no other documentation available for implementing a RepositoryFilter. The Netweaver'04 IDE will contain additional documentation about filters, and I will try to make that documentation available within the SDN as soon as possible.

      Best regards


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