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If the arraylist exits in any of the formbeans, <jsp:getProperty> should do. Or if you're retrieving from elsewhere in action class, try setting the data in request(or any appropriate scope) and use JSTL(like here). Since yours is an Object, request(or any appropriate) scoped attributes should be fine.
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subject: How to pass Arraylist values from an actionClass to a JSP page