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How can I represent a complex object as a command object?

Dave Alvarado
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Hi, I'm using Spring 3.1.1.RELEASE. I was curious if it's possible to use Spring's command object feature to represent a complex object on my form. My object is



The "name" field is straightforward to represent



but if I want the state and parent fields to be represented by list boxes (e.g. <SELECT> menus), how would I do that using my command object "organization"?

- Dave
 
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