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In addition to annotating a component or its properties, you could annotate a component definition, such that all its instances will have the annotations.

To annotate a component definition, you have to specify the annotations in a language definition. For example, we could extend the definition of bandbox to add annotations. Please refer to ZK Component Reference/Annotation/Data Binding for detail.

<component>
	<component-name>bandbox</component-name>
	<extends>bandbox</extends>
	<annotation>
		<annotation-name>ZKBIND</annotation-name>
		<property-name>value</property-name>
		<attribute>
			<attribute-name>ACCESS</attribute-name>
			<attribute-value>both</attribute-value>
		</attribute>
		<attribute>
			<attribute-name>SAVE_EVENT</attribute-name>
			<attribute-value>onChange</attribute-value>
		</attribute>
		<attribute>
			<attribute-name>LOAD_REPLACEMENT</attribute-name>
			<attribute-value>rawValue</attribute-value>
		</attribute>
		<attribute>
			<attribute-name>LOAD_TYPE</attribute-name>
			<attribute-value>java.lang.String</attribute-value>
		</attribute>
	</annotation>
	<annotation>
		<annotation-name>ZKBIND</annotation-name>
		<property-name>open</property-name>
		<attribute>
			<attribute-name>ACCESS</attribute-name>
			<attribute-value>both</attribute-value>
		</attribute>
		<attribute>
			<attribute-name>SAVE_EVENT</attribute-name>
			<attribute-value>onOpen</attribute-value>
		</attribute>
	</annotation>		
</component>

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Last Update : 2012/2/9


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