Putting a parameter in a value wouldn't have worked at all in JSF version 1, and even in version 2, I don't recommend it. It tends to pollute the core concept of Model/View/Controller by placing logic in the View.
What the message is actually saying is that it's looking for a pair of public accessor methods named "getDoSomething()" and "setDoSomething()" in the class com.someproject.SomeClass and not finding them.
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That makes sense.
In my case, the error message is similar but my scenrio is a little different. I am not trying to pass parameters.
I am brand new to JSF and using tomcat 7 and JSF 2.1. I am just trying to get a simple login page to work with a managed bean (using annotation). My managed bean (user) has a single property with getter/setter. However, when I reference in it in my NetBeans 7.0 IDE, the page editor says the properity is unknown. And when I drop the app on a Tomcat 7 server and try to access the page, I get an error on the JSF error page stating "property not found on type user". The user is instantiated in the session according to the JSF error page.
I saw this post and thought maybe it was a Tomcat 7 issue but it seems like such basic functionality, i would be surprised if it was.
I think I will have to post a new topic on the issue so someone can help me troubleshoot my configuration. Thanks for the reply.