Community articleisSigned method
Added by IBM contributorIBM on May 2, 2012
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This method determines whether a node is signed.


   public boolean isSigned(
      boolean excludeSelf
      ) throws UWIException;


Table 1. Method parameters
excludeSelfbooleanA signature node is always self-signed. To determine whether a second signature has been applied to that node, you must exclude the self-signing from this check.
To exclude the self-signing from the signature check, set this to true. To include the self-signing, set this to false.


True if the node is signed, False if it is not.


The following function locates the value node for a Date field, checks to see if it is signed, and sets the value if the node is not signed.
   private static void setDateValue(String theDate, formNodeP theForm) 
      throws Exception
   FormNodeP tempNode;
      /* Locate the value option for the Date field */
      if ((tempNode = theForm.dereferenceEx(null, "PAGE1.Date.value", 0,
         FormNodeP.UFL_OPTION_REFERENCE, null)) == null)
         throw new UWIException("Could not locate value node for Date.");
      /* Check the value node to see if it is signed. If it is signed, 
         return an error. Otherwise, set it to the value passed into the 
         method. */
      if (tempNode.isSigned(false) == true)
         throw new UWIException("Date's value is signed");
         tempNode.setLiteralEx(null, theDate);

Parent topic:
FormNodeP class