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From Javin Paul <savingfu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: BeanUtils 1.8.3 not working with Java 7
Date Sun, 02 Jun 2013 03:44:05 GMT
You are not alone, this happens to me in past as well. Computer is always
right :)


On Sun, Jun 2, 2013 at 2:40 AM, Edson Richter <edsonrichter@hotmail.com>wrote:

> Forget it. I had old class versions of my own classes in WEB-INF/classes,
> that conflicted with current code.
> I just made a "Clean & Build" (using NetBeans), stopped Tomcat, deployed
> again and it runs fine.
> Reflection sometimes just lead us to strange ways. I though I was getting
> crazy...
>
> Regards,
>
> Edson
>
> Em 01/06/2013 14:42, Edson Richter escreveu:
>
>  Forgive me: request.getParameterMap() is coming with all parameter, but
>> values are all empty (in both Java versions).
>>
>> request.getParameter("acao") -> returns "avancar"
>> request.getParameterMap().get(**"acao") -> returns ""
>>
>> I don't know why, but I'll have to do a deeper investigation.
>> If anyone had this issue in the past, I'll appreciate to ear your advices.
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Edson
>>
>>
>> Em 01/06/2013 14:07, Edson Richter escreveu:
>>
>>> Dear friends,
>>>
>>> I've searched everywhere and could not find the source for this problem.
>>>
>>> When running my application with Java 6, it works as expected.
>>> When running with Java 7, I get no content.
>>>
>>> Example:
>>>
>>> in html, I have:
>>>
>>> <form ...>
>>> <input type='text' name='acao' value='avancar'>
>>> <input type='text' name='informacoes.documento' value='12345678'>
>>> </form>
>>>
>>> The bean is declared with setter and getters as follows:
>>>
>>> public class MyBean implements Serializable {
>>>     private String acao;
>>>     private Informacoes informacoes = new Informacoes();
>>>     public MyBeans() {}
>>>     public String getAcao() { return acao; }
>>>     public void setAcao(String acao) { this.acao = acao; }
>>>     public Informacoes getInformacoes() { return this.informacoes; }
>>>     public void setInformacoes(Informacoes info) { this.informacoes =
>>> informacoes; }
>>> }
>>>
>>> public class Informacoes implements Serializable {
>>>    private String documento;
>>>    public Informacoes() {}
>>>    public String getDocumento() { return this.documento; }
>>>    public void setDocumento(String doc) { this.documento = doc; }
>>> }
>>>
>>> My servlet make the following call:
>>>
>>>   protected void processRequest(**HttpServletRequest request,
>>> HttpServletResponse response)
>>>           throws ServletException, IOException {
>>>     String acao = request.getParameter("acao");
>>>     System.out.println("Acao = "+acao); // receive the correct value
>>> either in Java 6 and Java 7: "avancar"
>>>
>>>     BeanUtils.populate(bean, request.getParameterMap()); // doesn't fill
>>> the values when using Java 7, but works well in Java 6.
>>>     ...
>>>   }
>>>
>>> When running with Java 6, works fine, attribute is filled. When running
>>> with Java 7 it doesn't. Does Java 7 add anything new in terms of validator
>>> that would be conflicting?
>>> Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?
>>> I have commons-beanutils-1.8.3.jar in WEB-INF/lib, just to be sure...
>>> and I don't have it in $TOMCAT/lib
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Edson
>>>
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