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Re: problems setting ParticipantType attribute


to set participant type to i.e., ORGANIZATIONAL_UNIT (no matter which is the 
language JaWE is configured to work with), you should
write following:

         ParticipantType pt = (ParticipantType)parUO.get("ParticipantType");

If you have any questions about JaWE, you should subscribe to JaWE's mailing 
list (got to
http://forge.objectweb.org/mail/?group_id=50 ), and send questions to 
jawe@xxxxxxxxxxxxx .
You can also look at our mailing list archive (at the same location) to see 
various topics discussed about JaWE.

We would very much appreciate if you can send us all the JaWE translations 
you have - we will certainly include it in the next JaWE

Thanks for using JaWE,

----- Original Message -----
From: "AGeM - Luiz Felipe M Gheller" <gheller@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jawe@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Cc: <chupo@xxxxxxxxxxxx>; <sasaboy@xxxxxxxxxx>; <vpuskas@xxxxxxxx>; 
<zboniek@xxxxxxxxx>; <harald.meister@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, August 13, 2004 2:04 PM
Subject: problems setting ParticipantType attribute

> Hello all:
> First of all I didn`t know to whom should I`ve addressed this e-mail then I 
> send it to all developers. Sorry if it disturbed any
of you.
> We're using JaWE to design the workflow processes and the tool has been 
> fantastic. However, we're having a little problem (that we
hope you can easily help us to solve):
> We're trying to make the "New Participant" dialog shows with its values 
> filled. We were able to set the Name, Id and Description
attributes, but we can't find a way to set the "ParticipantType" attribute. 
We also notice that we should set the "ParticipantType -
Type" attribute with the "choiceName" value (eg: "Organizational unit", 
instead of "ORGANIZATIONAL_UNIT"), and that could be a
problem for us, since we're from Brazil and translated the software to 
portuguese (and we also have some clients in Argentina and
Uruguay), and we'll have to set the attribute with the "locale-dependent" 
value (the choiceName). As soon as I finish the
translation I can send it to you to include it as another idiom for JaWE.
> The code we wrote to try setting the values is as follows. Please, let us 
> know if we're doing something wrong here.
> -------------------------
> // the code below should be on method 
> "insertParticipantAndArrangeParticipants" of the 
> org.enhydra.jawe.WorkflowManager class
> if (parUO!=null) {
>          Object[] insert = new Object[]{par};
>          ...
> } else {
>          parUO=(org.enhydra.jawe.xml.elements.Participant)
>             wfp.generateNewElement();
>          // show dialog for entering initial participant data
>          // here our modifications starts
>          parUO.set("Description", "theDescriptionThatWeWant");
>          parUO.set("Id", "theIdWeWant");
>          parUO.set("Name", "theNameWeWant");
>          // the code above works just fine!
>         ParticipantType pt = new ParticipantType();
>         // first, we tried this (with "HUMAN", in uppercase), but it didn't 
> work. then, we tried as follows
>        ((ParticipantType)parUO.get("ParticipantType")).set("Type", "Human");
>         // but that didn't work either. then, we tried this
>          pt = (ParticipantType)parUO.get("ParticipantType");
>          pt.set("Type", "Human");
>          parUO.set("ParticipantType", pt);
>          // but when the dialog appears, we notice that it didn't work 
> (name, id and description were set; participanttype was
>          /* to test our code, we printted the values below, and got "Human" 
> and "HUMAN". So far, so good. But when the dialog
appears, none of the choices of the ParticipantType is selected). */
>          System.out.println("string do partType: " + 
> ((ParticipantType)parUO.get("ParticipantType")).toString());
>          System.out.println("Valor do partType: " + 
> ((ParticipantType)parUO.get("ParticipantType")).toValue());
> /* So we tried a different approach: to show just the ParticipantType. Here 
> is what we do: */
>          Window w=graph.getEditor().getWindow();
>          XMLElementDialog de=new XMLElementDialog((JDialog)w,
> ResourceManager.getLanguageDependentString("DialogNewParticipant"));
>          // our window, showing just the ParticipantType: none selected 
> here, even with the code above showing the correct
> de.editXMLElement(((ParticipantType)parUO.get("ParticipantType")).getPanel(),
>  true, false);
>          // if we didn't select any choice, we get "Human" / "RESOURCE_SET" 
> with these two lines
>          // if we select Human, we get the exactly same values as the 
> previous print showed us: "Human" / "HUMAN"
>          System.out.println("string do partType: " + 
> ((ParticipantType)parUO.get("ParticipantType")).toString());
>          System.out.println("Valor do partType: " + 
> ((ParticipantType)parUO.get("ParticipantType")).toValue());
>          /* the strange thing is that we get the New Participant dialog as 
> we want if we choose "Human" in the previous dialog,
but we still get the same values printed (as if we had setted those values 
correctly before!!)  */
>          de.editXMLElement(parUO.getPanel(),true,false);
> -------------------------
> Thanks in advance. We'll be looking forward for your reply.
> Best regards,
> Gheller
> Luiz Felipe M. Gheller
> gheller@xxxxxxxxxxx
> AG&M Soluções em Informática Ltda.
> Av. Protásio Alves, 74/6 - Bairro Rio Branco
> Porto Alegre - RS - Brazil
> www.agem.com.br
> agem@xxxxxxxxxxx

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