[jboss-user] [JBoss Seam] - Re: bijection value causing JSF Error. Misuse, or misunders

james_hays@mac.com do-not-reply at jboss.com
Wed Feb 7 17:53:20 EST 2007

Thanks for the reply.  I'm still having issues though.  I changed my searchAction to contain

  |     @In(value="profileRecord", required=false)
  |     private ProfileRecord searchRecord;

if my xhtml contains 

  | 		<div style="text-align: right;"><label>WA #:<h:inputText value="#{searchRecord.workAuthorizationNumber}" /></label></div>
  | 		<div style="text-align: right;"><label>Proposal #:<h:inputText value="#{searchRecord.proposalNumber}" /></label></div>
I continue to get the value cannot be converted error.  which makes sense to me.

if I leave the xhtml to read

  | 		<div style="text-align: right;"><label>WA #:<h:inputText value="#{profileRecord.workAuthorizationNumber}" /></label></div>
  | 		<div style="text-align: right;"><label>Proposal #:<h:inputText value="#{profileRecord.proposalNumber}" /></label></div>
It seems to work.

If I understand this correctly, there will be no way for me to inject a property named searchRecord of type ProfileRecord into an action from my xhtml.  My xhtml will always have to represent the ProfileRecord entity by specifying #{profileRecord.blah}.  This just doesn't seem right.

How can I represent two different entity components on the same page in the same scope?  One option would be to create them in a factory to create a default object so it is already as a component.  That seems noisy though.  Along those lines, I would think I could also specify     @In(create=true)
  |     private ProfileRecord searchRecord; in my action and then use #{searchRecord} in my xhtml, but that doesn't seem to work either.  I still get the value could not be created error.

I'm assuming that I am still missing something critical.


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