Failed To Obtain Specified Collection Jsp
It's obviously found the > field, because if I change the reference in the JSP to something wrong, > it gives me a different error ("No getter found" or something similar). I don't think the people who wrote this application I'm maintaining really "got the point" of struts, or OO design at all really.... /rant -Josh -- "His comrades One solution, is to assign the input Robert Taylor at Jan 20, 2005 at 1:23 am ⇧ This is a common and well documented idiom, but can be hard tofind in You will need it for future errors anyway. Check This Out
Guy Belpa Ranch Hand Posts: 41 posted 4 years ago Make sure this action forwards to the JSP, and then call the URL for the action (/myaction.do) rather than calling the It's obviously found the > field, because if I change the reference in the JSP to something wrong, > it gives me a different error ("No getter found" or something similar). Accidental receipt of this information should be deleted promptly and the sender notified. I am trying to have a better understanding before I try to fix it.Thanks Lior RE: JspException: Failed to obtain specified collection byam (Programmer) 7 Mar 04 11:07 When you saying
Your log files should be in a subfolder of that path. Regards fellow programmers! b and c is a different request from user, and previos request is considered done and all request scope data are discarded. Re: I have a problem in html:select option 640901 Apr 30, 2007 3:27 PM (in response to 843838) Use html:optionsCollection to retrieve the values from the backing bean.
Is the get method that you are calling trying to return a collection? Pour que ceci fonctionne correctement, le html:select doit être dans un html:form et le nom du form-bean doit être spécifié via l'attribut name dans le mapping de l'Action exécutée au submit De plus, la propriété du tag html:select avec l'option multiple="true" doit être un tableau de String alors que la propriété du html:optionsCollection une collection. You will need it for future errors anyway.
Rohit Sharma Greenhorn Posts: 16 posted 6 years ago Hi Neeraj, Can you please tell which tag are you using html:select or htmlptionsCollection? Re: I have a problem in html:select option 843838 Apr 30, 2007 5:13 PM (in response to 640901) I made the changes .. Répondre avec citation 0 0 29/08/2006,13h50 #6 allstar Membre régulier Inscrit enavril 2002Messages209Détails du profilInformations personnelles :Localisation : FranceInformations forums :Inscription : avril 2002Messages : 209Points : 86Points86 En fait navigate here Are your collection values are coming from database?
I have seen that it is not resolved yet completely. I think I should use "request" scope in my web app and that is whyI am trying to understand why & when struts is throwing this error. I did that but this time I got different exception weblogic.servlet.jsp.JspException: (line 51): Non-matching extension tags Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 4. Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today!
I've > added bean references at the top of the JSP, they seem OK and don't > trigger any errors. > > Cheers, > -Josh > --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe,