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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 23383] - [beanutils] MappedPropertyDescriptor broken
Date Fri, 11 Nov 2005 08:31:52 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From niallp@apache.org  2005-11-11 09:31 -------
I just added a test case to try and reproduce this:

   http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs?rev=332485&view=rev

...with the following method signatures:

    public Long getDifferentTypes(String key) {
    public void setDifferentTypes(String key, Integer value) {	

...and it worked as expected, the getter method being found and the setter not 
found.

Could you supply more specific information please...

1) The message you're getting with the IntrospectionException.
2) The actual method signatures - what class are "Value" and "Property"?
3) How are you using MappedPropertyDescriptor - which constructor?

> When trying to create a MappedPropertyDescriptor for a mapped property with an
> "invalid" setter method, an IntrospectionException is thrown. E.g. I have a
> class with the methods:

What was the message you got for the IntrospectionException?

> After some debugging I found that
> MappedPropertyDescriptor#internalFindMethod(Class, String, int, Class[]) calls
> MappedPropertyDescriptor#internalFindMethod(Class, String, int) for the class'
> interfaces. So it misses the parameter which specifies the method's argument
> classes. I think the way it's meant to be is to use
> MappedPropertyDescriptor#internalFindMethod(Class, String, int, Class[]) for
> that call, too.

This code has been refactored recently, but I ran my test against the current 
and previous versions and both worked.

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