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How can I set a custom converter (extends DefaultTypeConverter) with the Modeldriven?

John Rossi
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I'd like to set a custom converter (extend DefaultTypeConverter) on a "ModelDriven property". How can I do that?
I have tryed many ways but I alway got the same problem: convertValue() is never called. Why? I have to change the defaultStack?
 
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