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From Andrew <andrewm...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: forEach confusion
Date Sun, 23 Jul 2006 06:59:34 GMT
Hi Jason,
that worked a treat, many thanks. If paypal themselves don't know what
they're doing, it may well be time to find another merchant service!!!

regards

Andrew

On 23/07/06, Jason Johnston <cocoon@lojjic.net> wrote:
>
> Andrew wrote:
> > Hi Jason,
> >
> >     Does that really work?
> >
> > So the Paypal developers say!
> >
> http://www.pdncommunity.com/pdn/board/message?board.id=api&message.id=131#M131
> > <
> http://www.pdncommunity.com/pdn/board/message?board.id=api&message.id=131#M131
> >
>
> Well, not to knock down their developers, but that post doesn't look
> like an authoritative sample of working code. ;-)  First of all it isn't
> even valid Java syntax.  It's also different than what you pasted in
> since theirs doesn't try to assign the ErrorType object to a String
> variable.  In short, it doesn't do what you want.
>
> >     I assume by "the object value" you mean a String representation of
> it?
> >     Try ${item.toString()} ?
> >
> > I mean the actual value held in the object. Even with item.toString() I
> > am still getting:
> >
> > com.paypal.soap.api.ErrorType@727c61b7
> >
> > type returns. What I want is to access the contents within object which
> > is a descriptive string describing why a credit card check was rejected.
>
> OK, so call a method of the ErrorType class that returns the descriptive
> string you want.  Perhaps .getShortMessage() or .getLongMessage()?  You
> just need to look at what the API provides.
>
> The fact that it's telling you it's got an ErrorType object indicates
> the forEach looping is working correctly.
>
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