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Issue in using <s:iterator /> within another <s:iterator />
Joined: Jun 17, 2009
Jan 06, 2010 21:00:42
I'm iterating object<HOUSE> list in
<s:iterator value="Houselist" status="hcount" >
And in this HOUSE object I have another object<ROOMS> list. I need to iterate Room list within House list iterator and need to access HOUSE properties also within Room iterator.
<s:iterator value="Houselist" status="hcount" > <s:iterator value='<s:property value="lstRooms" />' status="rcount" > <!-- Is it correct to assign iterator value in this way or any other proper method ? --> <!-- Here I need to access House properties as well as room properties --> </s:iterator> </s:iterator>
Can you tell me how to access properties of two objects separately in inner iterator?
I guess there might be better approach to this.
Joined: Sep 29, 2008
Jan 07, 2010 06:19:27
You can't nest custom tags like that.
The correct course of action is to use the "var" attribute (or "id", depending on which version of
2 you're using) to capture each object being iterated over in both loops.
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