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Unable to find setter method for attribute - weblogic with eclipse

Benny Zlo
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Joined: Jan 28, 2012
Posts: 7

I am getting the exception in the title for some attribute of a custom tag. This happens when I run the application locally with eclipse indigo (Weblogic 10.3.3).

Now obviously the setter method exists, so I am not sure what the problem is. I am also able to resolve this issue by cleaning the project (using the Project->Clean option), which re-compiles all the .java files in the project and takes a lot of time (I also have to restart the server and redeploy the application for this).

Is there a a less annoying way to resolve this issue?
German Gonzalez-Morris
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Joined: Nov 16, 2009
Posts: 167

are you using OEPE ?

if it is resolved by re-building the project then probably hit a bug.
the issue is to figure out if it is Eclipse or OEPE... usually testing with last OEPE version resolves the problem
(I know it is not very elegant, but there is no patches for OEPE).


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Benny Zlo
Greenhorn

Joined: Jan 28, 2012
Posts: 7

German Gonzalez-Morris wrote:are you using OEPE ?

if it is resolved by re-building the project then probably hit a bug.
the issue is to figure out if it is Eclipse or OEPE... usually testing with last OEPE version resolves the problem
(I know it is not very elegant, but there is no patches for OEPE).

Actually, no, we weren't using OEPE at the time.

However, I have since migrated to Kepler using OEPE, and this problem still occurres from time to time.
 
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