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sort list using select and optionsCollection

 
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Hi All

I want to sort the list in the following select on the empName property, can I do that using struts.

If not please let me know how to do it with a sample code.

<html:select property="employeeListSelection">
<html ptions collection="employeeRoListWithAllInstances" property="empId" labelProperty="empName"/>
</html:select>


Help is appreciated .

Thanks in advance

Regards
Shyam
 
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You have several options for sorting lists, depending on where the data is coming from. If you are getting the data from a database, that is the easiest and most efficient place. You an also sort the data in your business tier or in your form class. Implementing a Comparator and using the method Collections.sort is one of the easiest ways. Some of the sorted collection classes can be used as well.

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