3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 9, 2008 3:31 AM by Kent Damgaard

    How to set exceptionMethod when using BeanConfiguredAction

    Kent Damgaard Newbie

      I'm trying to find out how to set up an exceptionHandler for an action which uses the BeanConfiguredAction interface.

      If I don't provide any message I get an error saying that I need a setter method. Since I could not find out what signature to give it I tried somthing along the lines of

      public String getExceptionMethod() {
       return exceptionMethod;
       }
      
       public void setExceptionMethod(String exceptionMethodName) {
       this.exceptionMethod = exceptionMethodName;
       }


      This elimnated the error message, but the exception method was not called.

      However if I changed it to use the oldfashioned way by supplying a ConfigTree to the constructor and comment out the BeanConfiguredAction and the getter and setter it was called ok.

      Is there a special method signature that is needed to set the exceptionMethod when using BeanConfiguredAction. I tried to look at the samples, but only the ones who are configured through the constructor have exception methods, so I was wondering if there is something in BeanConfiguredAction that prohibits the use of an exception method?