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Dear friends I have a query regarding bean:iterate tag.According to the rule we should use logic tag like this <logic:iterate name="aForm" property="aproperty"> do something.... </logic:iterate>
where "aForm" is a Form bean or any bean. and "aproperty" is a property of that bean. Now can I use <logic:iterate> tag without any use of form bean. Like I have a list from my action AnArrayList.add("element1"); AnArrayList.add("element2"); AnArrayList.add("element3"); AnArrayList.add("element4"); (I can use any object instead of String elements). request.setAttribute("AnArrayList",AnArrayList); ....... In jsp I am getting the arrayList object ArrayList AnArrayList=(ArrayList)request.getAttribute("AnArrayList"); Now what code should I write in my jsp using <logic:iterate > in order to get the elements of the ArrayList . Does the approach change if I use HashMap in stead of ArrayList?