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pass bean property values to javascript function

Chetan Ram
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Joined: Mar 10, 2011
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Hi,

I have a bean class Person which has properties like name, age




I want to pass bean property values to javascript function for further use.

I can use struts <logic:iterate> or <c:foreach> to iterate over the bean properties.

Thanks for any help.

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Seetharaman Venkatasamy
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I Assume that you do iteration then display/non-display the value into a td(table). then just get the text/string value in javascript!
Bear Bibeault
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Niether of the Struts proprietary tag or <c:forEach> will "iterate" over properties. They are intended to iterate over collections.

What is it you are really trying to accomplish so we can guide you to the more appropriate methods?


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Chetan Ram
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Thanks for the reply.

we store bean objects in an arraylist. So in JSP, we get arraylist which contains beans.
I want to pass bean properties values to javascript.

Expected : I want to pass bean properties values to datagrid to display it in UI.

What I understand is that data needs to be passed to form the datagrid content to display.
I am trying to use dojo datagrid.
 
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