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Save and Load Dynamic Properties

Saving Dynamic Properties

Use the addprop method to add dynamic properties to a class that is derived from the dynamicprops class. The save function saves dynamic properties with the object to which they are attached. For more information on dynamic properties, see Dynamic Properties — Adding Properties to an Instance.

When You Need saveobj and loadobj Methods

The save function saves dynamic properties and their values. However, save does not save dynamic property attributes because these attributes are not specified in the class definition. If you save an object that has dynamic properties with nondefault attributes values, use saveobj and loadobj to manage the saving and loading of attribute values.

If the dynamic property has nondefault attribute values, convert the object to a struct in the saveobj method. Save the dynamic property attribute values in the struct so that the loadobj method can restore these values.

Implementing saveobj and loadobj Methods

Your saveobj method can obtain the nondefault attribute values from the meta.DynamicProperty object associated with the dynamic property. Suppose the object that you are saving has a dynamic property called DynoProp. Create a struct in the saveobj method to save the data that the loadobj method uses to reconstruct the object.

Here is how the saveobj method works:

  • Obtain the meta.DynamicProperty object for the dynamic property.

  • Store the name and value of the dynamic property in struct s.

  • Store the nondefault dynamic property attributes values for SetAccess and GetAccess in the struct. The loadobj function restores these values.

   function s = saveobj(obj)
      metaDynoProp = findprop(obj,'DynoProp');
      s.dynamicprops(1).name = metaDynoProp.Name;
      s.dynamicprops(1).value = obj.DynoProp;
      s.dynamicprops(1).setAccess = metaDynoProp.SetAccess;
      s.dynamicprops(1).getAccess = metaDynoProp.GetAccess;

Your loadobj method can add the dynamic property and set the attribute values:

  • Create an instance of the class.

  • Use addprop to add a new dynamic property to the object.

  • Restore the attributes of the dynamic property.

methods (Static)
   function obj = loadobj(s)
      if isstruct(s)
         obj = ClassConstructor;
         metaDynoProp = addprop(obj,s.dynamicprops(1).name);
         obj.(s.dynamicprops(1).name) = s.dynamicprops(1).value;
         metaDynoProp.SetAccess = s.dynamicprops(1).setAccess;
         metaDynoProp.GetAccess = s.dynamicprops(1).getAccess;

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