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Calling a function in a bean where the bean name is on another bean as a parameter

Liron Golan
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Joined: Sep 14, 2008
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How can i call a function in a bean where the bean name is a parameter on another bean.
Something like this (This doesn't work):

#{#{bean1.getBeanName}.functionCall}

Thanks.
Tim Holloway
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Joined: Jun 25, 2001
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You can't "call a function on a bean", but you can invoke getters/setters and action processors indirectly. It's actually quite simple:

#{bean1.beanName.functionCall}

If you had a property named "beanName" in bean1 which was itself a bean with a property or action method named "functionCall", the preceeding code would invoke it. It's all part of the Expression Language (EL).


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