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Command object is not setting up properly

 
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Hi Everyone,
I am new to Spring framework and getting some problem in saving a simple form.

I have a jsp page with form having following six fields and corresponding columns in a table -

title
firstname
lastname

address
email
phone

It represents a Customer object which has a PersonInitial object -



How can I set Customer object with PersonInitial object when submit the form. With following controller implementation I am getting null values in title, firstname and lastname -



Thanks for any help.
 
SaurabhS kumar
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Hi Experts,

Can I have a solution please?
 
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Are there getters and setters for title, firstName, and lastName on Customer, or only on PersonInitial - ie would you call it like -



or



And how are your form names mapped to your command object?
 
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