I am trying to Create Wizard for Custom Object

Here is my Apex Code:

public class Pageniation {
public FeedbackFrom__c Fed{get;set;}

 public FeedbackFrom__c getFed() {
      if(Fed== null) Fed = new FeedbackFrom__c();
      return Fed;
    public PageReference step1() {
      return Page.Newtest;

   public PageReference step2() {
      return Page.Newtest2;

   public PageReference step3() {
      return Page.Newtest3;
 public PageReference cancel() {
            PageReference FeedbackPage = new ApexPages.StandardController(Fed).view();
            return FeedbackPage; 
public PageReference save() {

PageReference FeedbackPage = new ApexPages.StandardController(Fed).view();

      return FeedbackPage;


Here is my VF Code:

<apex:page controller="Pageniation" tabStyle="FeedbackFrom__c">
  function confirmCancel() {
      var isCancel = confirm("Are you sure you wish to cancel?");
      if (isCancel) return true;

     return false;
  <apex:sectionHeader title="New Customer Opportunity" subtitle="Step 1 of 3"/>
      <apex:pageBlock title="Customer Information" mode="edit">
          <apex:commandButton action="{!step2}" value="Next"/>
          <apex:commandButton action="{!cancel}" value="Cancel" 
                              onclick="return confirmCancel()" immediate="true"/>
      <apex:pageBlockSection title="FeedBack">
     <apex:inputField id="myPicklist" required="true" value="{!FeedbackFrom__c.X2_Are_you_Satisfied_with_our_production__c}"/><br /> <br /> 

But am Getting Unknown property 'Pageniation.FeedbackFrom__c' error please help me out from this issue.

  • 3
    It's Fed not FeedbackFrom__c; Apr 11, 2017 at 5:53

1 Answer 1


You can use instance references in the Visualforce page, not the object type.

So when you do <apex:inputField id="myPicklist" required="true" value="{!FeedbackFrom__c.X2_Are_you_Satisfied_with_our_production__c}"/>, the visualforce page could not find any instance with name FeedbackFrom__c in the controller.

You have an instance named - fed which is of type FeedbackFrom__c, so you should use fed.X2_Are_you_Satisfied_with_our_production__c instead of FeedbackFrom__c.X2_Are_you_Satisfied_with_our_production__c.

What @itszmukeshy commented is correct, I just thought there should be an explanation.

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