|Re: Problem using wizardPages extension point - custom page does not display [message #208450 is a reply to message #208422]
||Mon, 11 February 2008 15:50
Originally posted by: david_whiteman.us.ibm.com|
Konstantin Komissarchik wrote:
> Have you looked in the error log? If there is a problem with your
> extension point usage, you should see message(s) in the log.
> Also make sure that the id of the INSTALL action matches the value of
> the action attribute on your wizardPages extension.
> - Konstantin
Thanks for the quick reply, Konstantin.
I had a "failed to instantiate MyPage" message in the log. It took me
awhile to realize that for the example code I'd copied from your
article, somehow I'd made the wizard page constructor protected instead
In my own custom implementation, I had not implemented the no-arg
constructor, but instead the one that takes a page name argument.
Sorry about the newbie user error, and for failing to check the log.
Is there somewhere that stresses that there needs to be a public, no-arg
constructor on the implemented wizard page? In hindsight, it's clear
why that needs to be there, but the compiler didn't warn me that I was
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