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 <p><b><strong>PropertySet</strong> </b>is a persistence-agnostic module that can
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   An example of this might be a &quot;User Preferences&quot; storage device. It
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   may be impossible to know what the user can store at any given time in your
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   application's lifecycle, so employing a PropertySet can help. Backed by XML,
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   EJB, Ofbiz, JDBC, Castor JDO, or any other persistence mechanism, you can provide
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   a complete <strong>typed</strong> key-value pair implementation.</p>
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 <p>To report any bugs or feature requests, please go to <a href="http://jira.opensymphony.com">http://jira.opensymphony.com</a>
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 <p>The PropertSet module is configured by a file that is to be located somewhere
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 PropertySet ps = PropertySetManager.getIntance(&quot;baz&quot;, args);
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 <p>The values that are placed in the <b>args</b> map is specific to the PropertySet
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