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So i have this enum, which is later used in struct definition in another contract. i wonder if this is a correct way to use enums in solidity?

Additionally, when i run this in remix, addRight function of RightsRegistry contract expects an address as _rightsType parameter. Which i suppose means that reference to the rights contract was created instead.

Question: what is the correct way to implement this logic?

enum:

contract RightsEnum {

  enum Rights {
      VIEWER,
      OWNER,
      CARETAKER
  }
  Rights rights;

    constructor() public {
        rights = Rights.VIEWER;
    }

  function setValues(uint _value) public {
      require(uint(Rights.OWNER) >= _value);
      rights = Rights(_value);
  }

  function getValue() public view returns (uint){
      return uint(rights);
  }

}

usage:

contract RightsRegistry {

    struct Right 
    {
        address holderEntity;
        address targetEntity;
        RightsEnum rightsType;
        address rightsContract;
        string infoUrl;
        uint status;
        uint startTime;
        uint expireTime;
    }

    Right[] rights;

    function addRight(address _targetEntity, address _holderEntity, RightsEnum _rightsType) 
        public
    {
    }
}

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