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I have three page attributes (hotels, motels, rvParks) that are all lists of the same object. Based on a JSTL loop variable, I want to set a generic attribute to represent one of these three. However, this code
turns the variable accommodations into something of type string instead of the java.util.List of objects that I want. How do I adjust the above so that the variable "accommodations" gets set to the same type as the attribute I'm referring to?