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NPE when using setFor()

Dudley Dawson
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Joined: Dec 14, 2004
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I am building an HtmlPanelGrid dynamically (by binding the h:panelgrid tag to a backing bean method that builds it with the api), and I am having a problem whenever I try to call setFor(String id) on a HtmlMessage or HtmlOutputLabel. When the page renders, I get the following exception:

However, if I view the component tree, these elements exist, and indeed do have their "for" attribute set exactly as i specified. The page will render if I don't attempt to set the "for" property, but then, these components are orphaned and rather useless ;)
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