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From Hubert Rabago <hrab...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Indexed Properties and Lazy List behaviour
Date Sat, 02 Oct 2004 18:02:14 GMT
Cool.  I get it.  Wow.  Now that I get it, I really like it.  It's
like the dyna form bean finally caught up with the nested tags!

Thanks, Niall.

On Sat, 2 Oct 2004 00:50:14 +0100, Niall Pemberton
<niall.pemberton@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:
> OK I think I must be spreading confusion - thats what you get, arrays of
> beans, not strings.
> 
> For LazyValidatorForm the default for an indexed property is an ArrayList of
> LazyDynaBean - and it populates the LazyDynaBean for you automatically.
> 
> For LazyDynaBean the default indexed property is an ArrayList - but it
> doesn't populate it with anything. If however you create a custom
> LazyDynaBean (like the example I gave) changing the default indexed property
> to an LazyDynaBean array then the default indexed property is an Array of
> LazyDynaBean  - populated automatically. Now you can have 1...n levels of
> indexed beans to your hearts content.
> 
> Niall
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Hubert Rabago" <hrabago@gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: Indexed Properties and Lazy List behaviour
> 
> > My understanding of the question on the user list was for a form which
> > contained an array of beans, instead of just an array of strings.  An
> > example would be a form bean containing a list/array of children, each
> > with a name, date of birth, daily allowance, etc.  If each child is a
> > dyna form, I can use FormDef for each element.
>

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