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Under commons-digester-1.1.1/docs/api/index.html you can read:
SetNextRule - When the begin() method is called, the digester analyzes the next-
to-top element on the stack, looking for a property setter method for a
specified property. It then calls this method, passing the object at the top of
the stack as an argument. This rule is commonly used to establish one-to-many
relationships between the two objects, with the method name commonly being
something like "addChild".
It seams, that it must read like:
SetNextRule - When the end() method is called,...
which by the way (it works) and is the better behaviour, because the child
should be initalized (== properties set) before it is hooked into the parent.
(The SetNextRule-class overrides the end() methode.)