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retrieving values from complex object in html:form

Posted on 2007-11-22
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<html:text  name="filter" property="vo.name" />

the above line writes the correct value to the JSP but won't pass the value into the form bean on submit.
In addition, if I remove <form-property name="filter" type="es.ts.xxx.Filter"/> from the DynaValidatorForm no error message results when the form is submitted.

I can't find the field anywhere in the request or the form after submission. It may be a simple error but I'm baffled right now.
It's Struts 1.2.
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Is there another nested bean call 'VO' in class es.ts.xxx.Filter?
If not then should be as follow:
<html:text  name="filter" property="name" />

If yes then you should use <nested> tag.
<nested:text  name="filter" property="vo.name" />
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supeno earned 0 total points
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I fixed this by changing a whole load of names. Never got to the bottom of it.
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