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From Sylvain Wallez <sylv...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [SOLUTION] - Re: [Woody binding] - o.a.commons.jxpath.JXPathException: Exception trying to create xpath areas[7]; InsertBean jxpath factory failed.
Date Sun, 26 Oct 2003 21:44:58 GMT
Antonio Gallardo wrote:

>Hi:
>
>Sorry, this was my fault.
>
>I am learning while trying to work. Now, I know the problem is not related
>to Cocoon, but since I think many other people on the list will benefit
>for this. I decided to post the solution:
>
>The JDO specification said (chapter 14.6.1 page 105):
><snip>
>14.6.1 Query Execution
>
>The Query interface provides methods that execute the query based on the
>parameters given. They return an unmodificable Collection.....
></snip>
>
>The last sentence is the root of the problem. I got this Collection and
>tried to modify it by adding a new row to the woody repeater. This is why
>I got the error described in the first mail of the thread.
>
>At this point Flow+Woody+OJBwithJDO is working fine. I will continue the
>tests. :-D
>  
>

Interesting point to know, but I'm not sure this is _the_ reason. 
Looking at the exception, it looks more like a JXPath problem (cannot 
find a property write method or something like that). Or is there 
another chained exception that you did not post?

Sylvain

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