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OK this is driving me crazy and I'm about to give up...
I'm trying very hard to use the "indexed='true'" feature of struts to manage a very simple ArrayList of objects in a page. It displays just fin, and I've checked the html code and it's populating the indexed properties just fine. But, when I post the form to an action, the constructor on the form gets called just fine but what I can NOT seem to get to happen correctly, is the part where Struts uses reflection to populated the list with the data on the html page. I just don't get why that part isn't happening... any ideas?
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I'm closing this tread because it's a duplicate. Anyone wishing to respond, please do so in this thread. [ July 18, 2007: Message edited by: Merrill Higginson ]