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Gregg Bolinger
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Ok, I know about BeanUtils.copyProperties and this is fine when you need to copy your ActionForm class to a JavaBean, in my case, a persistant object for Hibernate.

But what if you are using the DynaValidatorForm? How do I go about getting those into my persistant class without calling a set method for each property? Is there an easy way? Or would I be better off using ActionForms of my own and not using Dyna...in this case?

Thanks.


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Gregg Bolinger
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Let me ammend this with a simpler question. If I use a DynaValidatorForm instead of my own ActionForm, how do I retrieve a value from the DVF in my action?

For example, if I have this:



How do I get the value for pcModel? do I just pull it out of the request or is there a different/better way?
[ August 10, 2004: Message edited by: Gregg Bolinger ]
Gregg Bolinger
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Ok, nevermind. I casted the form object to a DynaActionForm object and used the get() method.
 
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