3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 18, 2011 8:10 PM by Tim Evers

    Who can provide a example of using seam entity converter & validator?

    Palvin Zhu Newbie

      Hi,
      Who can provide a example of using seam entity converter and  validator? I need a step by step configuration manual for study.


      Best appreciations for u.


        • 1. Re: Who can provide a example of using seam entity converter & validator?
          Sean Jensen Newbie

          I can't believe no one answered this question after 2 years.  If there is an example it should be easy to find by now but I can't find one either.  I wish I understood seam better because I would go through this forum and answer some of the questions for these people who post and never get any help.

          • 2. Re: Who can provide a example of using seam entity converter & validator?
            omid pourhadi Apprentice

            Hi,


            before ask any question, it's better to search in seam reference and take a look at seam examples
            you will learn a lot




            http://docs.jboss.org/seam/2.2.2.Final/reference/en-US/html/controls.html#d0e28716



            • 3. Re: Who can provide a example of using seam entity converter & validator?
              Tim Evers Master

              Sean Jensen wrote on Dec 13, 2011 16:43:


              I can't believe no one answered this question after 2 years.  If there is an example it should be easy to find by now but I can't find one either.  I wish I understood seam better because I would go through this forum and answer some of the questions for these people who post and never get any help.


              Often times the reason people don't get help is that people are asking people to do their work for them. Part of becoming a good developer is being able to do a bit of research yourself. Once you have done your own research if the problem still exists then you can come to the forum and ask questions while providing code examples of what you have tried to do to solve the problem


              In your case you have asked a generic question that is pretty much covered in the documentation. More importantly though is that if you looked in the code examples that come with Seam it would even show you how to do this. Last but, if anything the most important is that if you come to the forums as your first way to solve a problem then you have not really learnt anything. Sure someone may tell you how to solve your problem but, that doesn't mean you know WHY it is solved. Take the time to debug your code and step through the Seam source so you understand what it is doing. Then you'll have actually learnt why you have the problem.


              I try to help people with Seam problems where I can. But, I wouldn't really bother answering a question like yours as I don't feel you are being professional. My time is just as valuable as yours. If you don't think your time is worth researching your own problem then why is my time worth it?