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From "Petzsch, Martin" <martin.petz...@capgemini.com>
Subject RE: [s2] @ConversionErrorFieldValidator and Collections
Date Tue, 28 Aug 2007 15:36:04 GMT

Does anyone know what the release date for 2.0.11 is?  This bug is now
scheduled to be fixed in that release.

Kind regards,
Martin

-----Original Message-----
From: Petzsch, Martin 
Sent: 14 August 2007 16:53
To: Struts Users Mailing List
Subject: RE: [s2] @ConversionErrorFieldValidator and Collections

I have now posted this as a bug on JIRA.

https://issues.apache.org/struts/browse/WW-2112 

Kind regards,
Martin

-----Original Message-----
From: Petzsch, Martin [mailto:martin.petzsch@capgemini.com] 
Sent: 09 August 2007 15:40
To: Struts Users Mailing List
Subject: [s2] @ConversionErrorFieldValidator and Collections


Hi,

I posted this a few days ago but have had no response as yet.  I will
probably raise this as an issue/bug soon unless it is obvious to someone on
here that I have a mistake in my approach.

----------------

I have a data bean which a jsp links into through an action.  This bean
contains a date field. I annotate the set method with:
	@ConversionErrorFieldValidator(message="aDate: Conversion Error")
	@RequiredFieldValidator(message="aDate: Required Field")
	public void setADate(Date date) {
		aDate = date;
	}

This works fine and I get the messages about type conversion and validation
failure in the expected order depending on my input.

The same data bean also contains a List of another data bean and the
associated methods:
	private List<InnerBean> innerList;
	@VisitorFieldValidator(message="Inner Message:",appendPrefix=true)
	public List<InnerBean> getInnerList() {
		if (innerList == null) {
			innerList = new ArrayList<InnerBean>();
			innerList.add(new InnerBean());
		}
		return innerList;
	}

	public void setInnerList(List<InnerBean> innerList) {
		this.innerList = innerList;
	}

My inner bean is as follows:
	private Date innerProp;
	public Date getInnerProp(){
		return innerProp;
	}
	
	@ConversionErrorFieldValidator(message="innerProp: Conversion
Error")
	@RequiredFieldValidator(message="innerProp: Required Field")
	public void setInnerProp(Date str){
		innerProp = str;
	}

The required field validator works as expected.  I do not however get any
result EVER back from the ConversionErrorFieldValidator on the inner bean.
If I enter an incorrect value it simply does not get set.

Does anyone have a working example of ConversionErrorFieldValidator inside a
bean which is inside a collection?

Many thanks,
Martin


Source Code Follows
===============================================
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.Date;
import java.util.List;

import
com.opensymphony.xwork2.validator.annotations.ConversionErrorFieldValidator;
import com.opensymphony.xwork2.validator.annotations.RequiredFieldValidator;
import com.opensymphony.xwork2.validator.annotations.VisitorFieldValidator;

public class MyDataBean {
	private Date aDate;
	private List<InnerBean> innerList;	
	
	public MyDataBean() {
	}

	@VisitorFieldValidator(message="Inner Message",appendPrefix=false)
	public List<InnerBean> getInnerList() {
		if (innerList == null) {
			innerList = new ArrayList<InnerBean>();
			innerList.add(new InnerBean());
		}
		return innerList;
	}

	public void setInnerList(List<InnerBean> innerList) {
		this.innerList = innerList;
	}

	public Date getADate() {
		return aDate;
	}

	// this works fine
	@ConversionErrorFieldValidator(message="aDate: Conversion Error")
	@RequiredFieldValidator(message="aDate: Required Field")
	public void setADate(Date date) {
		aDate = date;
	}
}
--------
/**
 * 
 */
import java.util.Date;

import
com.opensymphony.xwork2.validator.annotations.ConversionErrorFieldValidator;
import com.opensymphony.xwork2.validator.annotations.RequiredFieldValidator;

/**
 * @author MPETZSCH
 *
 */
public class InnerBean {
	private Date innerProp;
	
	public Date getInnerProp(){
		return innerProp;
	}
	
	// this does not work
	@ConversionErrorFieldValidator(message="innerProp: Conversion
Error")
	@RequiredFieldValidator(message="innerProp: Required Field")
	public void setInnerProp(Date str){
		innerProp = str;
	}
}


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