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Dozer: Mapping indexed properties.

Rajkamal Pillai
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Hello,

I am using Dozer 5.3.2 and trying to map deep indexed properties. Testing shows that they are not being copied.

[A]


[B]


[C]


[dozer-mapping.xml]


[TestMapping]


When displaying the contents of the Destination object I do not get the correct contents and instead all elements contain default value, "0".
The documentation talks about mapping indexed properties and sample code snippet is similar.

What is wrong?

Cheers,
Raj.
 
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