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					new RootBeanDefinition("org.springframework.cache.annotation.AnnotationCacheOperationSource"));
		} 
	} 
 
	private List<RootBeanDefinition> parseDefinitionsSources(List<Element> definitions, ParserContext parserContext) {
		ManagedList<RootBeanDefinition> defs = new ManagedList<RootBeanDefinition>(definitions.size());
 
		// extract default param for the definition 
		for (Element element : definitions) {
			defs.add(parseDefinitionSource(element, parserContext));
		} 
 
		return defs;
	} 
 
	private RootBeanDefinition parseDefinitionSource(Element definition, ParserContext parserContext) {
		Props prop = new Props(definition);
		// add cacheable first 
 
		ManagedMap<TypedStringValue, Collection<CacheOperation>> cacheOpMap = new ManagedMap<TypedStringValue, Collection<CacheOperation>>();
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This code example shows how to use the following methods:
This code example shows how to use the following methods:
This code example shows how to use the following methods:
	 */ 
	private static void setXQueryParameters(Element element,
			BeanDefinitionBuilder builder) {
		NodeList parameters = element.getElementsByTagNameNS(element.getNamespaceURI(), "xquery-parameter");
		if(parameters != null && parameters.getLength() > 0) {
			ManagedList<AbstractBeanDefinition> params = new ManagedList<AbstractBeanDefinition>();
			for(int i = 0;i < parameters.getLength();i++) {
				Node node = parameters.item(i);
				NamedNodeMap attrs = node.getAttributes();
				Assert.isTrue(attrs.getLength() > 1,
						"One of ref, value or expression should be present with the name attribute"); 
				Attr nameAttr = (Attr)attrs.getNamedItem("name");
 
				//TODO No check for the mutually exclusivity of these attributes, needed? 
 
				//create a new XQueryParameter instance 
				BeanDefinitionBuilder paramBuilder =
					BeanDefinitionBuilder.genericBeanDefinition(XQueryParameter.class);
				paramBuilder.addConstructorArgValue(nameAttr.getTextContent());
				Attr attr;
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	@Override 
	protected void doParse(Element element, ParserContext parserContext, BeanDefinitionBuilder builder) {
		super.doParse(element, parserContext, builder);
 
		ManagedList<BeanDefinition> entries = new ManagedList<BeanDefinition>();
		parseTransferEntries(element, "hdfs", entries);
		builder.addPropertyValue("hdfsEntries", entries);
 
		entries = new ManagedList<BeanDefinition>();
		parseCopyEntries(element, "copy", entries);
		builder.addPropertyValue("copyEntries", entries);
 
		YarnNamespaceUtils.setReferenceIfAttributeDefined(builder, element, "configuration");
	} 
 
	private void parseTransferEntries(Element element, String name, List<BeanDefinition> entries) {
		List<Element> cp = DomUtils.getChildElementsByTagName(element, name);
		for (Element entry : cp) {
			BeanDefinitionBuilder bd = BeanDefinitionBuilder.genericBeanDefinition(TransferEntry.class);
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