I had some fun and frustration this morning configuring a new server environment. I mistakenly tried to use variable names like "foo.bar" and "foo-bar" in some <resin:set /> statements. Those didn't work. Instead, <resin:set var="foo_bar" value="baz" /> does work.
Was this a convention I should have known? It occurs to me now that these statements feel a lot like EL, and perhaps the "foo.bar" was trying to call a foo.getBar(), and "foo-bar" might be evaluated as a mathematical expression. <resin_documentation_flame> If there are restrictions to how variables can be named, it would be very helpful to find those spelled out in the documentation. Additionally, I found resin documentation with typos related to the set xml structure (interesting variable declarations, missing '/>', and no explanation of 'value' versus 'default'). </resin_documentation_flame> Overall we do enjoy using resin. It's these hidden gems of frustration that keep us on our toes. + jay _______________________________________________ resin-interest mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://maillist.caucho.com/mailman/listinfo/resin-interest