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JSF, bean and vector

mar mm
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In my bean, I have vector (with get and set methods). Vector contains few objects. Inside every object there are three strings.

I need to access and print those strings in my JSF page. I know I should use JSTL, but i don't know how to deal with this vector and i don't know how to access Vector from bean.

Could anyone help me.

PS - If it's easier, i could create two-dimensional array (with three columns) instead of vector.
 
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