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wsad5.0.0 - the massageOutput method in the View Bean

 
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I am using wsad5.0.0 to create a web page from a JavaBean. And I selected the "create view bean wrapper" option to generate a view bean.
There is a protected method :
String massageOutput(Object in) in the generated view bean.
According to the "WebSphere Application Developer Programming Guide", if I update this method, my worker JSP will print more user friendly HTML. But I have modified the code for this method and run the application again, the worker JSP doesn't see to react to the modification.
Can anybody tell me how the code is using this method? I don't see anywhere this method is getting called.
Thanks in advance
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You can trace where the method is called from in WSAD by right-clicking the method in the Outline panel and choosing "References".
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