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OPTION item with different index level, and how about OPTGROUP feature in struts

 
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If I need to display a picklist like

***
Elementary School
Grade one
Grade two
...
Middle School
Grade seven
...
High School
Grade ..
******

two questions ---

1. struts OPTION doesn't come with the index level. so how can I display this using struts tag ?

2. If I need to make only those "Grade" selectable and "Elementray/Middle" scholl titles unselectable, I have to use html OPTGROUP, does struts have similar thing ?

thanks
 
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yes.

Might want to try the O'Reilly 'Jakarta Struts Pocket Reference', very handy!

Look into <option>, <options>, and <optionsCollection>...These combined with the <logic:equals> or a similar <logic> tag can get you pretty much whatever you want in that list.

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