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DynaValidatorForm and problems with BeanUtils.populate

boyRacer
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Joined: Jul 11, 2004
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Hi there,
I am using a DynaValidatorForm and one of it's properties is an Array
of Forms called markupEntries. I am having no trouble displaying
the contents of each item in markupEntries on my jsp(edit.jsp).
However, when I click on the submit button on this jsp, i get
an ArrayIndexOutOfBoundsException and it does not even forward to
the Action.

I know this is because an array of size 0 is being created, rather than the required size.

Does anyone know how to fix this? I have tried using DynaActionForm,but
I still get the same error.

Thanks in advance


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