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From "Hohlen, John" <JHoh...@erac.com>
Subject Word Separator Character For Bean Key Names...
Date Thu, 12 Dec 2002 15:45:33 GMT

> My team just started using JSTL.  In the past, we relied mostly on the
> Struts tag libs. And prior to now, we often used a package prefix in our
> bean key names to help guarantee uniqueness in our fairly large
> application.  For example, we might define a bean key with following
> value:
> 
> com.abc.fleetsystems.employee
> 
> But this won't work with the EL syntax, right?  For example:
> 
> ${sessionScope.com.abc.fleetsystems.employee}
> 
> Won't JSTL the Expression Language (EL) evaluator get confused and look
> for nested objects? More specifically:
>  
>   getCom().getAbc().getFleetsystems().getEmployee()
>  
> Hence, I wondering what the standard word separator, or in our case,
> package separator character is.  I'm guessing that it's an underscore, but
> haven't seen any such recommendation.
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> JOHN

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