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Dudley Dawson
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Hi- Is it possible to do something like this:


No matter what i enter, the validator says that the value is not within the expected range 0.0 to 0.0, I guess that bean.minimum and bean.maximum are resolving to null. If I dump my entire list of beans to the page, I can see they are definitely not null. Can these properties be used in this way?

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Tim Holloway
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Did you define public double getMaximum() and getMinimum methods on your backing bean? What do they return when called?


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Dudley Dawson
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Originally posted by Tim Holloway:
Did you define public double getMaximum() and getMinimum methods on your backing bean? What do they return when called?


Thanks Tim.
yes, I've defined them in the bean. If I put the following code on the page:
<hutputText value="#{beanlist}"/>
I've defined bean.toString() to call getMaximum() and getMinimum(), and I can see the that values are not null by accessing them in this fashion. Is there possible some problem with the rendering order? ie- validators are set before the bean values are populated, etc?
[ September 05, 2007: Message edited by: Dudley Dawson ]
 
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