Use Long instead of long

On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 5:05 PM, Andrew Broderick
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hi,
>
>  I have a DropDownChoice in a form, with markup:
>
>  <select wicket:id="authors" />
>
>  In my Form class, I add it like this:
>
>                   add(new DropDownChoice("authors", new 
> PropertyModel(this.article, "articleAuthorId"),
>                               acService.getAuthors(), new 
> ChoiceRenderer("authorDisplayName", "articleAuthorId")));
>
>  this.article refers to a class that has a property of articleAuthorId:
>
>       public long getArticleAuthorId() {
>             return articleAuthorId;
>       }
>
>       public void setArticleAuthorId(long articleAuthorId) {
>             this.articleAuthorId = articleAuthorId;
>       }
>
>  The acService.getAuthors() call gets a list of Author objects:
>
>  public class Author implements Serializable {
>
>       private long articleAuthorId;
>       private String authorFirstName;
>       private String authorMiddleName;
>       private String authorLastName;
>       private String authorDisplayName;
>
>
>       public String getAuthorFirstName() {
>             return authorFirstName;
>       }
>       public void setAuthorFirstName(String authorFirstName) {
>             this.authorFirstName = authorFirstName;
>       }
>       public String getAuthorMiddleName() {
>             return authorMiddleName;
>       }
>       public void setAuthorMiddleName(String authorMiddleName) {
>             this.authorMiddleName = authorMiddleName;
>       }
>       public String getAuthorLastName() {
>             return authorLastName;
>       }
>       public void setAuthorLastName(String authorLastName) {
>             this.authorLastName = authorLastName;
>       }
>       public String getAuthorDisplayName() {
>             return authorDisplayName;
>       }
>       public void setAuthorDisplayName(String authorDisplayName) {
>             this.authorDisplayName = authorDisplayName;
>       }
>       public Long getId()
>       {
>             return new Long(getArticleAuthorId());
>       }
>       public long getArticleAuthorId() {
>             return articleAuthorId;
>       }
>       public void setArticleAuthorId(long articleAuthorId) {
>             this.articleAuthorId = articleAuthorId;
>       }
>  }
>
>  The error I get when I try to render the page is:
>
>  WicketMessage: No get method defined for class: class java.lang.Long 
> expression: articleAuthorId
>
>  I don't understand this, as the class used for the choices is Author, not 
> java.lang.Long ....
>
>  Any help appreciated!
>
>  Thanks
>
>
>
>
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