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Unable to locate setter methof for attribute lock in the tag class  RSS feed

 
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Hi All,
below is the error that im getting while running my application.

Error failed to locate setter method for attribute lock in tag class com.lilly.cdm.util.taglib.LOVTag

What i have done is add a new param to a existing cutom library for this i have made a entry in the tld file , included the field injsp file and enter setter and getter method for it in the tag implementation class.

below is the code -
1.) TLD file entry fo the tag


2)entry in jsp file



3) code of taglib implementation class


Thanks 2 all of you for your help.
regards
Avneet
[ August 07, 2007: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
 
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