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From Chuck Amadi <chuck.am...@breconbeacons.org>
Subject Re: javax.servlet.ServletException: Cannot create bean of class MoniTestBean
Date Mon, 29 Apr 2002 14:03:07 GMT
Scott Purcell wrote:

>I have ran into that issue many times, and my workaround has always been to put your bean
in a class.
>eg. com/MoniTestBean
>and make sure you add the package statement
>package com; at the top of your java file,
>recompile, then change your useBean to look like this. Where you put the class was perfect.
So All should be good.
>*<jsp:useBean id="formHandler" scope="request" class="com.MoniTestBean"/>
>
>I bet that works. I talked to my teacher about it before and he believes that all beans
have to be in a named package.
>I always worked for me.
>
>good luck
>Scott Purcell
>Vertis Corporation
>
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: chuck amadi [mailto:chuck.amadi@breconbeacons.org]
>Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2002 7:16 AM
>To: Tomcat Users List; taglibs-user-help
>Subject: javax.servlet.ServletException: Cannot create bean of class
>MoniTestBean 
>
>
>I have a problem with the following i have created and compiled my 
>JavaBeans in my Web-Inf /classes folder and everythings fine . 
>Nevertheless in the stack trace i get a error 500 cannot create Bean. I 
>have posted this on numerous occasions to no avail.
>
>Can anyone lends some time and have a look as basically this is 
>preventing me completing this Questionairre Web Forms  Project 
>(Validation Problem).
>
>Thus i have the useBean tag as follows:
>
>*<jsp:useBean id="formHandler" scope="request" class="MoniTestBean"/>
><jsp:setProperty name="formHandler" property="*"/>
>
>And also the request.getParameter test but due the the non creation of 
>the bean in the stack trace thus the jvm from the server is causing me 
>this dilema.
>
>Any suggestions my set-up: RHlinux v7.2 JTomcat v3.3a as Tomcat v4 
>didn't function properly and Netbeans IDE 3.2.2 Text Editor Emacs.
>
><%=request.getParameter("surName")%>
><%=request.getParameter("foreName")%>
><%=request.getParameter("monDisable")%>
>
>Thus the return value was null as the bean cannot create/intialate itself.
>
>* Internal Servlet Error:*
>
>javax.servlet.ServletException:  Cannot create bean of class MoniTestBean
>
>I have posted this problem a few times and unfortunately no suggestions 
>, i have gone through the usual procedures .
>
>Cheers Chuck Amadi
>Systems Programmer
>

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Hi There, cheers for your input , Apparently one can declare  a Bean in 
classes default Package and thus uses the  page import directive to call 
on a Bean.class from anywhere. ie <%@ page  import ="MoniBean" %> Thus 
this can call numerous Bean.class file's by either terminating each 
Bean.class with a semi colon or list them accordingly . Nevetheless the 
standard wat is what you described and what my boss has done on a  
previous project.Thus after testing ect i will be creating the 
neccessary package paths as per our organisation.

So anyway this was a good point and thus made me go back to the doc's 
and jsp books for some nightly digestion.

Cheers again as im nearly 90% finished apart from i'm using the Memento 
design pattern to process jsp and javabeans.
except im having  to do overtime on indexed property type ie String[] 
opportunities for handling checkboxes.

Cheerx Chuck Amadi
Systems Programmer

Rhaglennydd Systemai




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