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Adding new property attributes

Hi,

Is it possible to add our own property attributes to a pcd object through the Content Administration? eg. I want to flag a workset with a attribute which i can use at runtime.

This is possible if I create the object through XML but is it possible to do it through the Content Administration?

Nirav

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    Posted on May 24, 2005 at 04:46 AM

    For creating your own property to a pcd object you need to add component profile in the xml file.

    <component-profile>

    <property name="flag" value="true"/>

    </component-profile>

    This value can be accessed in the code using

    flag = profile.getProperty("flag");

    Also in the PCD we can give values at the time of creation.

    Cheers

    gEorgE

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    • Former Member

      Hi George,

      Please note that I am not talking about Components, I an refering to pcd objects viz. roles, workets, pages, iviews.

      I dont want to create the objects using XML. I want to do it using the Content Admin. Can I add property attributes then? The object get created using the wizard and it doesn't give an option to add new attributes. Its there some other way where I can do this?

      Message was edited by: Nirav Mehta

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    Posted on May 24, 2005 at 12:13 PM

    Come on experts...please help

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