I am relatively new to Struts and Spring, but I thought I had this worked out logically, but it's not working.
I have a Select Statement that populates based on a bean -- it works fine. It shows the select box with the values selected based on the value of the bean. Hoever when I attempt to submit the form I am getting a type mismatch in the ActionForm.
problemStatementClassificationReferenceArray is a java Set<ClassificationReference>, obviously ClassificationReference is a java class with several attributes including'id' and 'title'. It populates fine, but when I submit it fails with:
java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Cannot invoke mil.af.igems.ui.web.finding.FindingForm.setProblemStatementClassificationReferenceArray - argument type mismatch
My question is does the Select statement not return based on the type of the 'property' attribute? Is it returning something else, like a String Array?
Thanks for the reply! I seem to be a little confused on something. You can use an object of type 'Collection' in the property attribute of a select statement, which is used to identify the selected items (in this case it is a multiple), but when it comes back from making selection changes, you are returning a String object, so your property attribute needs to reference a String? That seems to defeat the purpose of being able to use a Collection object for the select statement. I feel like I am missing something simple.