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From "Allen, Daniel" <Daniel.Al...@kbcfp.com>
Subject Inheritence of validator annotations
Date Tue, 01 Apr 2008 20:59:13 GMT
Hi, all.

I have a superclass where almost all of the subclasses will require
several validations for a particular field, but one subclass will use
some but not all of those validations. I know that you can add
@SkipValidation to avoid all validators, but is there something that you
can use to mark a set() method as not using any of the validators on
overridden superclass methods?


Thanks,
~Dan Allen


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