Bummer, what's the proper way to test if a property exists then, since ${!empty [class].[property]} isn't the correct way?

Thanks,

Aaron


On 5/7/2010 3:07 PM, Jon Stevens wrote:
That is what JBoss does, so I'd say that Caucho fixed a bug.

jon

On Fri, May 7, 2010 at 12:59 PM, Aaron Freeman <aaron.free...@layerz.com <mailto:aaron.free...@layerz.com>> wrote:

    We are system testing Resin 4.0.6 with our old code base and found a
    curiosity.  The following code used to work, regardless of what "type"
    "receipt" is:

    <c:if test="${!empty receipt.details}">

    Under Resin 3.0.x if receipt was a HashMap and had a "details"
    property
    then it would return "true".  If it was a HashMap and did not have a
    details property, it would correctly return false.  And (most
    importantly), if receipt was _any_ other class, including built in
    java
    classes, it would just return false.  With Resin 4.0.6 it now
    throws an
    error:

    'details' is an unknown bean property of 'java.math.BigDecimal'

    That's not the expected behavior is it?

    Thanks,

    Aaron


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