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html:options tag, How can I sort the options?

 
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Hi:
I am a newbie to Struts and am using html:options tag to display options on a web-page. Is there any way to sort the options displayed by this tag, say, by setting an attribute or something?? Please let me know.
Thanks in advance for your help!
 
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The tag can not sort your collection. Your collection must be sorted before you come to the page.
 
Jinesh Shah
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Cool...Thanks for you input!
 
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AbstractList, ArrayList, LinkedList, Vector

you can sort all above list with following method.

Collections.sort(list);

Regards.
 
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Thanks! I did it exactly the way you suggested yesterday and submitted my code
 
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