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Subject: Re: [wsrp-interfaces] [wsia][wsia-wsrp joint interfaces] Hierarchicalproperties?

I certainly have no objection to this in principle, but what I want 
most is a clear templating mechanism.


At 4:47 PM -0700 7/25/02, Alan Kropp wrote:
>At one time, we were discussing support for a hierarchical property
>mechanism.  I realize we haven't talked about this lately, while we're still
>fleshing out session/state protocol, but I thought I'd ping the group now so
>that this doesn't fall below the radar.
>In brief, hierarchical properties enable the portlet developer, portal
>admin, user, et al to "layer" values for a given property, based on some
>external criteria.  A typical set of layers for a property might look like
>1.  Default:  What the property will take as a value, if no one has set a
>value in a "higher" layer
>2.  Admin:  The value specified by the administrator.  This may be
>overridden by...
>3.  User:  The value the user provides.
>This matches JSR 168 Preferences behavior, and certainly enhances
>interoperability between the two specs.
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Rex Brooks
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