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Execute a method before saving a model in Play Framework 1.x

This forum was posted on Monday, May 20, 2013 10:24:48 PM


How can i run a method just before saving a model?
Like for illustration hashing passwords in a member Model.
@Before annotation doesn't appear to exist for models.
i'm working with PlayFramework 1.2.x
PS : I plan on using it with the CRUD Module.


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