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By: keodark - keodark

Field Classes - ClassCastException non-String

2005-07-27 15:35

 

I am trying to pass a non-String class Object, through a field, to a report. I have specified the type of the field as Object, and then cast it to a java.util.Hashtable within the report - in a text field.

 

However, the cast to a Hashtable (which is definitely what the field is when I put it into my JRDataSource) throws a ClassCastException at fill time.

 

What's going on? -- Note that this Hashtable is NOT being used in place of the report's JRDataSource.. I'm experimenting with using the hashtable to make values available to the calling JRDataSource.

-Nathan

 

 

 

 

By: Teodor Danciu - teodord

RE: Field Classes - ClassCastException non-St

2005-07-28 05:34

 

Hi,

 

You said you have put the Hashtable object into a text field.

But text field values are also typed. Make sure the value

you display in the text field is of the same type with

the text field type. In any case, text fields do not accept

Hashtable objects directly as values so there must be

a second cast in your expressions.

 

I hope this helps.

Teodor

 

 

 

 

 

By: keodark - keodark

RE: Field Classes - ClassCastException non-St

2005-07-28 10:45

I figured out my own solution - it seems there's some sort of inner cast used on Fields, specifically... whenever I used Object as the Field type, any attempt on my part to cast it to its real type met with a ClassCastException.

 

However, placing the Hashtable into an Object-typed _Parameter_ worked just great, as I was able to cast it back to a Hashtable and use it just fine.

 

Thanks :)

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