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hello all,

I need help regarding the checkboxList.

I have a class named HWB



and action class



And in JSP page




I get the correct number of checkboxes but the checkbox along with its name is "Plan{id=2, name='Continental Plan', hotel=Hotel{id=5, name='Spice Package 1'}}". How can I make this name as
"Continental Plan"rather than Plan{id=2, name='Continental Plan', hotel=Hotel{id=5, name='Spice Package 1'}}.

Thank you.
 
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This isn't just JSP.
Are you using Struts or another framework?
 
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hello ben,


I am using struts and jSTL tags...

Thanks

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The list and name attribute should not be the same. You need two collections: One for the possible options, and another for the options actually selected. The latter works best if it's a String array. Also, since you specified a listKey attribute, there's no need to specify a value attribute.
 
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Hi Philip,

I have a similar secnario where i need to get the object from the multi selection check box.

I need to retreivew those object that has been selected by user.
Can you kindly let me know how can we achieve this in struts 2 using <s:checkboxlist />

Can you please send me a sample example.

Thanks in advance.

Regards
Siddiq.
 
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Same problem I am facing for delete
On click of Delete button both records are getting deleted inspite of one selection.I have use <s:checkboxlist ..
Newbie to Struts 2.0(infact Web development itself)
Any help please..its urgent
 
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Also, since you specified a listKey attribute, there's no need to specify a value attribute.


The "value" attribute defines the currently-selected values; "listKey" is the object property that will be used as the checkbox value, "listValue" will be used as the field content.

In the OP the value is almost certainly incorrect.
 
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Please can anyone send a example code for the problem above of s:checkboxlist
 
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Hi all,

Sorry to hijack the thread but it is relevant - I too am having problems pre-populating a checkboxlist.

I have a List containing an enum of a type I defined called Role. I am trying to pre-populate a checkboxlist using the following code:



getRoles returns List<Role>, and I can see the list contains two entries, for example when I inspect the object: [ROLE_PROVIDER, ROLE_ADMIN]. Unfortunately, my check boxes are not pre-populated (i.e. none of them are checked).

Thanks in advance for reading. Kind regards,

James
 
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