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web form to hashmap using struts.

dave sag
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I am building a page designed to edit the string based keys and values of a hashmap. in my form bean I have converted the hashmap to a collection of LabelValueBeans and wish to allow people to add further label:value pairs to the (reasonably short) list by just filling in a set of blank fields at the bottom. is the best way to do this simply to populate the collection with 3 or 4 rows of "","" data? and filter in my action. or is there a more recommended way to approach this.


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