I'm getting the following error in ours logs:
Error looking up property "foo" in
object type "foo.bar". Cause: null
I cannot for the life of me recreate it, I was wondering if anyone has any experience with this kind of problem with JSP/Java Bean. What I wanted to know was, will this prevent the user from getting the web page to show up?
I know this isn't a whole lot of information, but any advice could help.
Something on some page is trying to "navigate" into a bean instance (a Java object, that is), and it's trying to get to a property that isn't there on the bean in question.
If the bean "someBean" has no "user" property, of if the user object has no "fullName" property, you get an exception like that.
From what you're giving here, the only suggestion I have is to make sure that you have indeed a property called "foo" and to not have a period in "foo.bar". You cannot name your variables/objects using a period in the name. JSP will automatically go and look for a property called "bar" in "foo". Call it instead "
Java is calling the getter method on the bean providing the property which is in turn throwing an exception. If you can see the target exception - that is the target of InvocationTargetException you will know what is causing this to fail.