1. calling a .jsp page from a javabean coderanch.com
2. Calling javabeans from JSP coderanch.com
3. How do I call JavaBean set methods from jsp? coderanch.com
4. Calling Java Bean from JSP coderanch.com
I have registerform.jsp which asks for FirstName and LastName.The action passes to showData.jsp. I have a java bean class of setters and getters javabeans.CallingJavaBean When I compile showData.jsp I get error message: org.apache.jasper.JasperException: Cannot find a method to read property 'firstName' in a bean of type 'javabeans.CallingJavaBean' can anyone help me??? register.jsp ************ ...
5. Calling Setter method of javabean from xsl coderanch.com
6. Calling a Java Bean from JSP Problem coderanch.com
If u r using IIS and ServletExec then u need to place the class file of ur bean in C:/Program Files/New Atlanta/ServletExec API/classes directory.Also Do not forget to replicate the package structure for the class in above directory.. I think this should solve ur problem since i just now faced the same problem.
7. Calling java bean in a Servlet coderanch.com
8. Problem with calling a java bean in JSP coderanch.com
9. Trouble calling a JavaBean from JSP coderanch.com
Hello Phil, I hadn't tried that. I imported the class and everything now works as expected. Do you always have to import your own classes even though they are in the WEB-INF\classes directory? I have tried other examples from books/tutorials and they worked. As a rule should you always import your own classes? Thank you so much for your help!
10. calling java bean from servlet coderanch.com
11. calling javabeans from a servlet coderanch.com
hi there, i have a servlet and I need to create a new instance of a javabean i have also created, but my servlet is about four folders away from the javabean. my servlet is within WEB-INF/classes/com/mycompany and my javabeans are just within my context root. it won't allow me to create my java beans within the servlet, giving me an ...
12. Call JavaBean Method from JSP coderanch.com
This is in some ways a hypothetical question, though I have run into some situations where I have needed to do this and I cannot find any documentation indicating it is possible. I have a fairly basic JavaBean. I have no issues initializing it and getting/setting properties. What I cannot find any information on is how to call a plain old ...