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From "Clinton Begin" <clinton.be...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: JPetStore - Using billState property in Cart.java
Date Mon, 27 Mar 2006 18:59:41 GMT
Just a quick question:

What are you doing with JPetStore?  The reason I ask is that as a moderator
of the forum, I can't let the iBATIS user list be bothered with JPetStore
customization questions....

We'll support JPetStore as an example for iBATIS, but we won't support it if
you're trying to modify it for your own use and I'll have to ask that such
questions be taken to some other forum.

Please correct me if I'm misunderstanding the conversations from the last
few days.

Clinton Begin

On 3/27/06, Mike Wilson <mw9378@yahoo.com > wrote:
> Hello,
> In the Cart.java I'm trying to grab the users' billState value (in
> Order.java) so I can use it as a qualifier for which tax rate is applied.
> I am trying to set the account.billState value in Order.java that I can
> use in the Cart.java. This is so I can calc different tax rates based on
> different states and display the result on the checkout pages. However, it
> doesn't seem like I can do this. I've tried several things besides this,
> adding a reference to account.billState in the Cart.java or adding an
> initCart method and grabbing the account.billState that way (like the
> initOrder in Order.java). Seems like unless I hard code a value in my
> totalTax method in Cart.java, I get a null pointer exception. Hope this
> makes sense and someone can help.
> Thanks in advance,
> MW
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