Hi Peter, > On 05 Apr 2016, at 19:28, Peter Huisman <p.huis...@ximm.nl> wrote: > > From the XWiki source code, I see there is a difference in passing a document > to the evenmanager: > > The DocumentDeletingEvent is passing a “new > XWikiDocument(doc.getDocumentReference())" > The DocumentUpdatedEvent (as an example) is passing the doc (the actual > XWikiDocument) > > The difference is, that the Document passed in the DeleteEvent is a new > XWikiDocument and not the XWikiDocument that is about to be deleted. > > Is there a reason why this difference exists?
he code in the XWiki class doing the notify has been there for a long time AFAICS: om.notify(new DocumentDeletingEvent(doc.getDocumentReference()), new XWikiDocument(doc.getDocumentReference()), context); However, I think it’s not correct. I think it should pass the document and not a clone, because an Event Listener should be able to modify the instance that’s going to be saved. So I’d open a bug for this. Let’s see if the others agree. Thanks -Vincent > Br, > > Peter _______________________________________________ users mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://lists.xwiki.org/mailman/listinfo/users