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don't understand "forEach" tag's attribute "items"

Charles Roos
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I'm working with a jspfile which outputs data to web page, but i don't understand were the data is magically taken.
The code is such:




Where is "pagingHolder.myQueryResults" defined? It seems to be a dataset, but i don't understand where is the location where this dataset is filled?
The JSP-code as you see don't import any "pagingHolder" module. Maybe in some kind of xml-file there is a connection that says that global variable "pagingHolder" refers to a Java class?
Seetharaman Venkatasamy
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Charles Roos wrote:


JSTL_core ? from which tld are you getting it?

Coming to your question : http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/5/tutorial/doc/bnakh.html (look for Iterator Tags)
Charles Roos
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Seetharaman Venkatasamy wrote:
Charles Roos wrote:
(look for Iterator Tags)


I looked, it looks like this there:



It does not explain where is defined thing called "sessionScope.cart.items" and how it is filled with data.
I think i better go through entire J2EE tutorial to get answer to myself.
Bear Bibeault
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It is most likely established by the page controller.


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