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Logic Empty Tag Struts1.2

 
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I developed a sample struts module using struts1.2. I am trying to implement logicEmpty and logic:notEmpty tags. Below is my code for action and success page.

But as a output, i will always get

User ID is Not Empty
User ID is Empty

Only one of these should be resulted. Please let me know if I have done something wrong here. Actionform is correctly populated and I am able to set the attribute in action class also.

LoginAction.java



success.jsp


 
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Change your JSP like:


Note: name will be used for Form Name.
 
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Have you tried doing:

<logic:empty name="LoginActionForm" property="userID">
 
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I tried both the ways mentioned below and still the problem remains.
 
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