I added a printConfig() statement, it prints the configuration for my SecurePage, which is also extended...  So I guess my question is, if one extends a class that already has a configurable, is there any way for the new class to have it's own configurable?  I can't just use an instance of it since it is a subclass.
Uzo
Uzo Uzo <uzoechi@yahoo.com> wrote:
I have
<%@ page import="MiscUtils.Configurable:Configurable " %>
<%@ page extends=Configurable"%>
 
<psp:method name="configFilename" params="">
    return "Configs/Foo.config"
</psp:method>
 
later on, I try to test for
self.hasSetting('bar') and I get nothing even tho 'bar':123 does exist in the config file...
 
What am I missing?
 
Uzo


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