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Check less than operator in struts if tag

 
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Guys,

Is there a shorthand operator to check for less than condition in the struts if tag?
 
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Is logic:lessThan what you are looking for?
 
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But the link points to 1.2.x. Would that still hold good for Struts 2.x as well? If yes, how to I include the taglib directive? I have the following in my jsp page.

 
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You didn't say anything about Struts 2 in your initial post. No, Struts 1 tags will not work in Struts 2.
 
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Then how do I check for greater than, less than operators in s:if tag?
 
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less than is le, greater than is ge how to check for less than equal and greater than equal geq, leq seems not to work and so does ge le. They do now work. What is the alternative?
 
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I'm not sure if your talking about this:



 
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Lucas Mireles wrote:I'm not sure if your talking about this:





Yes, exactly. I made a workaround by using a combination of le and == operator. Anyways, thanks for the hint.
 
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but you can also use <= ... not sure why you would need le and ==

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[quote=Lucas Mireles]but you can also use <= ... not sure why you would need le and ==

Good Luck[/quote]

When I use <, it won't let me escape that character.
 
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