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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36208] - [beanutils] BeanUtils incorrectly determines class names for PropertyUtils.getPropertyDescriptors
Date Fri, 07 Oct 2005 21:57:58 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From theanecitos@yahoo.com  2005-10-07 23:57 -------
Thanks for the unprofessional response. What you did not understand is that any 
usage of beanutils where arrays of objects are concerned will fail. Especially 
if you try to instantiate a class whose name was read using Bean Utils and can 
not be found because it contains invalid characters.

Example [Lcom.apache.commons.foo

As any person with experiance in java will tell you when using this class or 
package it will not work. This is not a "I do not like the name issue" it is a 
technical issue and one that can be fixed by changing the source code of 
BeanUtils to remove the [L when encountering a function where the class name is 
to be returned or instantiated inside of BeanUtils.

I have already done a workaround and do understand it is a "Sun Issue" but it 
will never be fixed if users or open source groups using do not "complain".

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