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Can't find matching setter method for JSF/Seam form tag

 
Dan Acuff
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In this code is a call to the customerSession.setSelectedAddress(null) method...
This is so we can add a new address even if we already have one.




On the backend is:


I am getting a warning on the front end code, saying "setSelectedAddress" cannot be resolved.

What does that mean and how can I fix it please.

Thanks much,

p.s. JBOSS developer studio classifies it as Type Validation Message problem.

Dan
 
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Is this Spring, or what?
 
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Also, please see UseAMeaningfulSubjectLine.
 
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David Newton wrote:Is this Spring, or what?


Well on the front End we are using JSF/SEAM. The EL (expression language is being used so I don't know if it is SEAM per se) It is all too new to me.

On the backend this particular bean is a Session bean.

 
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Here's an example of a meaningful subject line: "Can't find matching setter method for JSF/Seam form tag" or something similar.

"A method cannot be resolved" could be related to *anything*.
 
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This problem has been resolved.

It did turn out to be a JSF issue as a senior programmer made a front-end change to use an <h:commandLink> instead of <s:link>
 
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