This shouldn't be much of a sweat. You can iterate over the elements in the ArrayList and then iterate over the Object in each element. The smallest piece of code that can do this would look like this
Here is a working example (Netbeans 6.9) project, which not only
iterates over a list of custom POJOs/Objects/Beans, but also re-creates the list of objects on form submission, so at the receiving action only the setter of that particular
list is required.
Simply resolve the references and get going.