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Hello All,

I have a problem I just can't figure out. I am using Oracle's
jdeveloper and deploying to a stand-alone linux oc4j server. I have a
j2ee/struts application that runs fine from the self-embedded oc4j
server, but it doesn't deploy properly.

Most of the app runs fine, except for a few fields. These fields give
a 'no getter' error. The value object has the getters and setters in
it, or the test bed wouldn't work.

Anyone have any ideas about what could cause this type of error?

Thanks for any help.

Bob Z.

p.s. New to java/beans/struts development.
Jul 17 '05 #1
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on 7/7/2004 1:15 AM Bob Z said the following:
Hello All,

I have a problem I just can't figure out. I am using Oracle's
jdeveloper and deploying to a stand-alone linux oc4j server. I have a
j2ee/struts application that runs fine from the self-embedded oc4j
server, but it doesn't deploy properly.

Most of the app runs fine, except for a few fields. These fields give
a 'no getter' error. The value object has the getters and setters in
it, or the test bed wouldn't work.

Anyone have any ideas about what could cause this type of error?

Thanks for any help.

Bob Z.

p.s. New to java/beans/struts development.

Please verify the struts versions used in jdev and in the standalone
OC4J server. They might give a clue.
How are deploying ? Are you using war/ear files?

Hope this helps,
Shanmu
Jul 17 '05 #2

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Shanmuhanathan T <sh******@mailinator.com> wrote in message news:<6p*************@news.oracle.com>...
on 7/7/2004 1:15 AM Bob Z said the following:
Hello All,

I have a problem I just can't figure out. I am using Oracle's
jdeveloper and deploying to a stand-alone linux oc4j server. I have a
j2ee/struts application that runs fine from the self-embedded oc4j
server, but it doesn't deploy properly.

Most of the app runs fine, except for a few fields. These fields give
a 'no getter' error. The value object has the getters and setters in
it, or the test bed wouldn't work.

Anyone have any ideas about what could cause this type of error?

Thanks for any help.

Bob Z.

p.s. New to java/beans/struts development.

Please verify the struts versions used in jdev and in the standalone
OC4J server. They might give a clue.
How are deploying ? Are you using war/ear files?

Hope this helps,
Shanmu


OK. The struts version is 1.1 on both. Also my client has JRE 1.3.1
and the oc4j server is supposed to support that.
I am deploying using an EAR file.
Jul 17 '05 #3

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ze******@nswccd.navy.mil (Bob Z) wrote in message news:<50*************************@posting.google.c om>...
Shanmuhanathan T <sh******@mailinator.com> wrote in message news:<6p*************@news.oracle.com>...
on 7/7/2004 1:15 AM Bob Z said the following:
Hello All,

I have a problem I just can't figure out. I am using Oracle's
jdeveloper and deploying to a stand-alone linux oc4j server. I have a
j2ee/struts application that runs fine from the self-embedded oc4j
server, but it doesn't deploy properly.

Most of the app runs fine, except for a few fields. These fields give
a 'no getter' error. The value object has the getters and setters in
it, or the test bed wouldn't work.

Anyone have any ideas about what could cause this type of error?

Thanks for any help.

Bob Z.

p.s. New to java/beans/struts development.

Please verify the struts versions used in jdev and in the standalone
OC4J server. They might give a clue.
How are deploying ? Are you using war/ear files?

Hope this helps,
Shanmu


OK. The struts version is 1.1 on both. Also my client has JRE 1.3.1
and the oc4j server is supposed to support that.
I am deploying using an EAR file.


ARRRGGG Found the problem. The oc4j server just needed to be
restarted. No wonder I couldn't find a problem in the code.

Thanks for your help.
Bob Z.
Jul 17 '05 #4

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