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From marc <wdkm...@wilson.dk>
Subject Re: Problem getting variables from objects in a arraylist(SORRRYYYYY)
Date Wed, 06 Jul 2005 10:43:07 GMT
SORRY SORRY

Forgot the $ I know now.
I know "read your own code before posting".

Again sorry.


marc wrote:
> I have this code in a actionservlet(using struts):
> ******
> itx = new InitialContext();
> SupportCaseHome ejbcasehome = (SupportCaseHome) 
> PortableRemoteObject.narrow(itx.lookup("ejb/SupportCaseEJB"),SupportCaseHome.class);

> 
> SupportCase ejbcase = ejbcasehome.create();
> 
> cases = ejbcase.getCasesForUser(login.getUser().getWdk());
> 
> 
> request.setAttribute("cases",cases);
> return mapping.findForward("mycases");
> ******
> 
> then I have this in a .vm file:
> *****
> <table>
>     #foreach ($case in $cases)
>     <tr>
>         <td>case.getSupportcase().getCreateBy()</td>
>         <td>case.getSupportcase().getProblem()</td>
>     </tr>
>     #end
> </table>
> ******
> 
> why do It get this output():
> ******
> case.getSupportcase().getCreateBy()      case.getSupportcase().getProblem()
> ******
> 
> and not the right the data??
> 
> The classes are avalible, because if I put this in the servlet:
> ******
> SupportcaseDocument scd =(SupportcaseDocument) cases.get(0);
> System.out.println("TEST AF SCD "+scd.getSupportcase().getCaseId());
> ******
> 
> I get: TEST AF SCD 10003
> ******
> 
> 
> anybody have anything?
> 
> 
> regards //Marc>>


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