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From Jose Luis Vázquez González (JIRA) <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CLK-772) Form.copyTo() does NOT set java.sql.Time nor java.sql.Timestamp
Date Thu, 16 Jun 2011 07:57:47 GMT

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Jose Luis Vázquez González updated CLK-772:
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       Priority: Minor  (was: Major)
    Description: 
If you have a POJO with a Time or Timestamp:
class Pojo {
  ...
  private Time t;
  ...
  public void setT(Time t) {this.t=t;}
  public Time getT() {return t;}
}

And you want Form click to copy request contents to it like this:

myform.copyTo(pojo); // pojo is a Pojo with Time t attribute

pojo.getT() will end up being null instead of the time that was sent on the request.

The problems seems to be on Ognls's ognl.setValue()


  was:
I you have a POJO with a Time or Timestamp:
class Pojo {
  ...
  private Time t;
  ...
  public void setT(Time t) {this.t=t;}
  public Time getT() {return t;}
}

And you want Form click to copy request contents to it like this:

myform.copyTo(pojo); // pojo is a Pojo with Time t attribute

pojo.getT() will end up being null instead of the time that was sent on the request.

The problems seems to be on Ognls's ognl.setValue()


     Issue Type: Question  (was: Bug)

The problems seems NOT to be on the Form's copyTo but on the Field type you used to hold the
timestamps or times.

Using a HiddenField with the correct type will work, but DateFields will fail.

The solution is to create a TimeField or TimestampField that (either extends DateField or
not) will change the bindRequestValue() to acquire the forms timestamp or time properly.



> Form.copyTo() does NOT set java.sql.Time nor java.sql.Timestamp
> ---------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CLK-772
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CLK-772
>             Project: Click
>          Issue Type: Question
>          Components: core
>    Affects Versions: 2.3.0
>            Reporter: Jose Luis Vázquez González
>            Priority: Minor
>
> If you have a POJO with a Time or Timestamp:
> class Pojo {
>   ...
>   private Time t;
>   ...
>   public void setT(Time t) {this.t=t;}
>   public Time getT() {return t;}
> }
> And you want Form click to copy request contents to it like this:
> myform.copyTo(pojo); // pojo is a Pojo with Time t attribute
> pojo.getT() will end up being null instead of the time that was sent on the request.
> The problems seems to be on Ognls's ognl.setValue()

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