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How to retrieve the custom property of a collection?

Hi all,

I've added a custom property (for example, property "SELF_GROUP" with value "Group_1") to a collection in KM. I tried to get the property with following code segment.

IPropertyName propName = new PropertyName(PropertyName.createDisplayname().getNamespace(), "SELF_GROUP");

IProperty property = Resource.getProperty(propName);

However, I can't get the property and it return null.

Do any one know how can I retrieve the custom property?

Besides, how can I retrieve the full list of property (name and value) of a resource?

Thanks for attention & any help

Sam

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2004 at 07:10 PM

    Sam,

    are you sure, your namespace parameter is correct? Please double check you you have configured your custom property in the respective KM admin console. Try to hard-code the namespace, ie:

    IPropertyName propName = new PropertyName("http://my.namespace/", "SELF_GROUP");

    Regardding your second question, .getProperties() should be the right for you. This will return an IPropertyMap object, for which you can create an iterator and query every property's name/value on by another.

    See:

    http://media.sdn.sap.com/html/submitted_docs/60_sp2_javadocs/km/com/sapportals/wcm/repository/IResource.html#getProperties()

    Regards,

    Dominik

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear Yoav,

      Thanks for your kindly help. I can found the namespace for the custom property in the EP finally and it works.

      The location that store the namespace value in EP5 is "KM Admin > Configuration > Content Management > Global Services > Property Metadata > Namespaces"

      Regards

      Sam

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