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From "Ruben Carvalho" <>
Subject RE: DynaValidatorForm and Multi-page validation
Date Tue, 16 Sep 2003 13:43:52 GMT
You don't have to add the page property to your form since both ValidatorForm and DynaValidatorForm
have teh attribute "protected int page". What you have to do, and that's where I have my problem,
is to put a value in it. I'll send my question in a different mail.
Ruben Carvalho

	-----Mensagem original----- 
	De: Natalie D Rassmann [] 
	Enviada: ter 16-09-2003 12:27 
	Para: Struts Users Mailing List 
	Assunto: Re: DynaValidatorForm and Multi-page validation

	When I type to add the page property as a java.lang.Integer, I get a null
	pointer exception in the struts validator.  I am using Struts 1.1 Final
	Release.  What were you using?
	Erez Efrati wrote:
	> I use it in my application and I added to my DynaValidationForm
	> configuration a 'page' property of type java.lang.Integer, and it works.
	> Erez
	> -----Original Message-----
	> From: Natalie D Rassmann []
	> Sent: Monday, September 15, 2003 3:11 PM
	> To: Struts Users Mailing List
	> Subject: DynaValidatorForm and Multi-page validation
	> Hi -
	> I am having trouble with my DynaValidatorForm and Multi-page
	> validation.  It does not seem to utilize the page property.
	> I tried putting in a page property but I get Struts errors.  When I add
	> the page property to the struts-config file for that form, and I add the
	> page property as an integer, I get a Null pointer exception.  When I put
	> the page property as a string, I get a ClassCastException.  No matter
	> what I do, I can't get the page validation to work.  Does anyone have a
	> clue?  Can anyone help me??
	> Thanks in advance,
	> Natalie
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