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Problem in displaying table using struts logic:iterate tag

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I am Ujjwal B Soni. I have problem in my website. The problem is that, i am able to display the contents of the database correctly on my jsp page using the logic:iterate tah but the problem i am facing is that when i refresh my jsp page. The page displays multiple records. Please help me

The code is as under

(jsp page)

<table width="650">
<logic:iterate id="cl" name="completeList">

<td><font color="blue" size="10"><bean:write name="cl" property="subject"/></font><br><br>
<b><h2 class="title"><font color="black" size="3"><bean:write name="cl" property="content"/></font></h2></b>
<td>     </td>



<td><h3 class="title"><font color="silver">Posted By <bean:write name="cl" property="name"/> On <bean:write name="cl" property="date"/></font></h3></td>
<td>     </td>
<td><font color="silver"><bean:write name="cl" property="email"/></font></td>

<td>     </td>
<td><a href="">Comments</a></td>




Ujjwal B Soni
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It sounds like the size/number-of-elements in your collection is different between when the page is navigated to the first time, and when the page is (later) refreshed. This is a function of the actions which are forwarding to this page. You might want to have a look at any and all actions which access the collection "completeList". Sorry that's the best I can do... Good luck.
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