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struts2 multiple object modeldriven

Ben sassi mohammed
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Joined: Nov 28, 2009
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hello

i want make a modeldriven for 2 obejct :


thank you
David Newton
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Obviously since model driven exposes a single model that won't work, and it wouldn't make any sense for two objects to be on the top of the stack... Either don't bother with model driven in this case, or create a composite object containing the other objects.
 
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