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about indexed properties

 
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In a form bean i create an indexed properties as this:


the problem is that in Struts tutorial there is only the get method and not the set one

I am doing the right thing to adding the set methods, otherwise how works indexed properties?

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[ October 06, 2005: Message edited by: Marco Vanoli ]
 
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try this:

public void setPar(int index,LabelValueBean bean)
{
labelValueList.set(index,bean);
}
 
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The BeanUtils (which Struts uses to populate the ActionForms) calls the getter and takes the collection returned to set all the individual values on its own.

It does not use a setter.
 
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