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Using BehaviorFilter

Question asked by rhinmass on Feb 3, 2015
Latest reply on Feb 4, 2015 by mlagneaux
I'm trying to use BehaviorFilter to disable the auditable aspect while I update a property. 

The reason is that this particular webscript needs to run as Administrator, but when it updates a property on the file, alfresco is changing the last modifier to Administrator.  So I am trying to use BehaviourFilter to disable this aspect while I update the property.

public class PublishWebscript extends PublishingWebScriptSupport {
   private BehaviourFilter behaviourFilter;
   public void setBehaviourFilter(BehaviourFilter policyBehaviourFilter)
      this.behaviourFilter = policyBehaviourFilter;
   public void execute(WebScriptRequest req, WebScriptResponse res) throws WebScriptException {   

And the associated bean:

   <bean id="" class="com.czen.alfresco.web.webscripts.PublishWebscript" parent="webscript">
      <property name="username" value="administrator" />
      <property name="password" value="123456" />
      <property name="BehaviourFilter">
               <ref bean="policyBehaviourFilter" />

When I try to start up the container I get:
org.springframework.beans.factory.NoSuchBeanDefinitionException: No bean named 'policyBehaviourFilter' is defined

Where do I need to define policyBehaviourFilter.