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Hi, How do I read multiple rows using struts? Each row has 2 fields. And I have to read 10 rows from the page. I tried using iter tag. I used a value object with 2 fields, I used an ArrayList(list) to store those value objects. I created arrayList of size 10 and added it to the form and added that form in session in the earlier action class. It is displaying 10 rows with 2 cols. but when I fill in the data and submit I will not get anything from the form in the action.
My question is can we use iter tag to read as we use for display?
What other alternatives do I have to read this kind of form Thanks , Nitya Sharma
Here is an idea - should work, but let me know if so. Create a getter/setter setAge(int i) - It will put an element in a Collection on the position provided by i (so you will have a private Collection data member in your form). The same thing should be done for your name property. Now modify your code accordingly <logic:iterate id="id" name="nameForm"property="list" indexed="idx"><TR><TD><html:text name ="id" property="<%="name"+idx>" /></TD><TD><html:text name ="id" property="<%="age"+idx>" /></TD></TR></logic:iterate> I cannot test it now but smth tells me that this is one possible option (or at least smth simillar). I appologize if I am providing misleading info here.
Joined: Nov 14, 2003
sorry I made a mistake <logic:iterate id="id" name="nameForm" property="list" indexed="idx"> <TR> <TD><html:text name ="id" property="<%="name["+idx+"]">" />.... instead of having setAge(int)/getAge(int) you can return a collection instead. For example: public java.util.List getAge()
Joined: Nov 09, 2003
Thanks for your reply. It did not work, looks like I am missing something here. Can you please write how do you write the form Bean Thanks, Nitya Sharma.
This is what I tried... <logic:iterate id="id" name="skillForm" property ="names" indexId="index"> <TR> <bean:write name ="id" property='<%= "names[" + index + "]" %>' /> </TR> </logic:iterate>