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i am trying to use the logic:equal tag to only display the properties of a bean if a specified property of the bean is equal to a request parameter.
any ideas anyone please ?!!!
 
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Hi
Your question doesn't seem clear enough. But from what I understand:
If suppose you want to display name property of the bean only if it is equal to say "John"(you know this value only in the action file), check this out in the action itself and set an attribute "name".
And in the jsp use logic resent for the attribute name.
Example
Action
if (bean.getName().equals("John"))
request.setAttribute("name", "yes")
JSP
<logic resent name="name" scope="request">
<bean:write .......(name)
</logic resent>
I am not sure if this is what you are looking for.
Lalitha
 
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Hi
I came across one more solution.
Lalitha
 
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the simpler way to do this is
<logic:equal name="someform" property="somevalue" value='<%= request.getParameter("someparameter") %>' />
 
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