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From robert burrell donkin <robertburrelldon...@blueyonder.co.uk>
Subject Re: [betwixt] Collection property question
Date Tue, 18 Jan 2005 21:14:39 GMT
hi matt

i think that your problem is that the plurals aren't being recognized  
correctly. in these circumstances, betwixt will write correctly but  
isn't able to read. i suspect that you're suffixes may be confusing  
betwixt and you may need to use a custom PluralStemmer strategy.

- robert

On 13 Jan 2005, at 23:12, Matt Goodwin wrote:

> public void testReadBean() {
>        try {
>            File file = new File(FILE1);
>            BeanReader beanReader = new BeanReader();
>            beanReader.registerBeanClass(AgentStatement.class);
>            AgentStatement statement =  
> (AgentStatement)beanReader.parse(file);
>        } catch(Exception e) {
>            fail(e.getMessage());
>        }      }
>
> xml file:
> <AgentStatementVO>
>  <StatementDate>2004/10/08</StatementDate>
>  <AgentInfoVO>
>    <FirstName/>
>    <Name>xxxx</Name>
>    <AgentId>xxxx</AgentId>
>    <Address1>xxxx</Address1>
>    <Address2>xxxx</Address2>
>    <City>xxxx</City>
>    <State>xx</State>
>    <Zip>xxxxx</Zip>
>    <AgentType>xxxx</AgentType>
>    <DisbursementSource>xxxx</DisbursementSource>
>  </AgentInfoVO>
>  <AgentStatementLineVO>
>    <AgentNumber>xxxx</AgentNumber>
>    <ProductType>xxxx</ProductType>
>    <FirstName>xxxx</FirstName>
>    <Name>xxxx</Name>
>    <EffectiveDate>2004/10/04</EffectiveDate>
>    <ProcessDate>2004/10/05</ProcessDate>
>    <OwnerName>xxxx</OwnerName>
>    <PolicyNumber>0</PolicyNumber>
>    <InitialPremium>0</InitialPremium>
>    <CommissionRate>0.0</CommissionRate>
>    <CommissionPremium>0</CommissionPremium>
>    <Type>xxxx</Type>
>    <AmountDue>0</AmountDue>
>  </AgentStatementLineVO>
>  <AgentStatementLineVO>
>    <AgentNumber>xxxx</AgentNumber>
>    <ProductType>xxxx</ProductType>
>    <FirstName>xxxx</FirstName>
>    <Name>xxxx</Name>
>    <EffectiveDate>2004/10/04</EffectiveDate>
>    <ProcessDate>2004/10/05</ProcessDate>
>    <OwnerName>xxxx</OwnerName>
>    <PolicyNumber>0</PolicyNumber>
>    <InitialPremium>0</InitialPremium>
>    <CommissionRate>0.0</CommissionRate>
>    <CommissionPremium>0</CommissionPremium>
>    <Type>xxxx</Type>
>    <AmountDue>0</AmountDue>
>  </AgentStatementLineVO>
>  <AgentEarningsVO>
>      <TaxableIncome>0.0</TaxableIncome>
>      <TaxableIncomeYTD>0.0</TaxableIncomeYTD>
>      <PositivePolicyEarnings>0</PositivePolicyEarnings>
>      <NegativePolicyEarnings>0</NegativePolicyEarnings>
>      <NetPolicyEarnings>0</NetPolicyEarnings>
>  </AgentEarningsVO>
> </AgentStatementVO>
>
> reads all non-plural elements fine.  when i change  
> AgentStatementLineVO to non-plural (regular getter/setter for the  
> object) it works fine as well.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Matt
> Tim O'Brien wrote:
>
>> Could you send the complete code you are using to read with?
>>
>> Tim
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Matt Goodwin [mailto:mgoodwin@metalexis.com]
>> Sent: Thu 1/13/2005 2:58 PM
>> To: Jakarta Commons Users List
>> Subject: Re: [betwixt] Collection property question
>> I have that set.  It appears that my class is not being recognized in  
>> the parse process.  My add method on my class is never called.
>>
>> Matt
>>
>>
>> Jason Wood wrote:
>>
>>
>>> I think you want this ...
>>>
>>>  IntrospectionConfiguration.setWrapCollectionsInElement(false)
>>>
>>> Jason
>>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Matt Goodwin [mailto:mgoodwin@metalexis.com]
>>> Sent: Thursday, January 13, 2005 11:02 AM
>>> To: Jakarta Commons Users List
>>> Subject: [betwixt] Collection property question
>>>
>>>
>>> I have xml I need to map to my bean.  It is very similar to the  
>>> CustomerBean example, except I am using Collection instead of and  
>>> array of objects (i.e. Order[]).  Here is a sample of the xml,  
>>> followed by my class, followed by my .betwixt file.  The problem I  
>>> am having is the List is always null.  How do you map objects in the  
>>> .betwixt file if the collection has no surrounding element tag (i.e.  
>>> <orders></order></order></orders>)?
>>>
>>> Example xml:
>>> <AgentStatementVO>
>>> <StatementDate>2004/10/08</StatementDate>
>>> <AgentInfoVO>...</AgentInfoVO>
>>> <AgentStatementLineVO>...</AgentStatementLineVO>
>>> <AgentStatementLineVO>...</AgentStatementLineVO>
>>> <AgentEarningsVO>...</AgentEarningsVO>
>>> </AgentStatementVO>
>>>
>>> Class:
>>> public class AgentStatement implements java.io.Serializable {
>>>   private Date statementDate;
>>>   private AgentInfo agentInfo;
>>>   private Collection agentStatementDetails = new  
>>> java.util.ArrayList();
>>>   private AgentEarning agentEarning;
>>>   /* .. snip non-relevant getters/setters */
>>>   public Collection getAgentStatementDetails() {
>>>       return agentStatementDetails;
>>>   }
>>>   public void setAgentStatementDetails(Collection  
>>> agentStatementDetails) {
>>>       this.agentStatementDetails = agentStatementDetails;
>>>   }
>>>   public void addAgentStatementDetail(AgentStatementDetail  
>>> agentStatementDetail) {
>>>       this.agentStatementDetails.add(agentStatementDetail);
>>>   }
>>> }
>>>
>>> Betwixt file:
>>> <?xml version='1.0' ?>
>>> <info>
>>> <element name='AgentStatementVO'>
>>>     <element name='StatementDate' property='statementDate'/>
>>>     <element name='AgentInfoVO' property='agentInfo'/>
>>>     <element name='AgentStatementLineVO'  
>>> property='agentStatementDetails'  
>>> class='com.equitrust.commissionloader.beans.AgentStatementDetail'/>
>>>     <element name='AgentEarningsVO' property='agentEarning'/>
>>> </element>
>>> </info>
>>>
>>> Everything except the agentStatementDetails are populated correctly.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Matt
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
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