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How to store and bind to the view containing multiple values for single field?

 
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Hi,

Can you please let me know how to save and bind the multiple values for a single field? For example, i have a form with field 'Interested in' and user can select more than one values, in this scenario how do i save the values and how to bind again to the view? what is the best design for this? I am using struts 2.

Similar scenario is like user will select multiple select boxes and i have to persist them and again i have to show the selected boxes in view..


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Nagaraj
 
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You probably want a JList. Read the documentation to find out how you can select and get multiple values.
 
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Hi,

I dont want use swings or awt components..

Stephan van Hulst wrote:You probably want a JList. Read the documentation to find out how you can select and get multiple values.

 
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This is all you need.

http://www.mkyong.com/struts2/how-to-set-default-value-for-multiple-checkboxes-in-struts-2/

If you don't get it, let me know. I'll write another example.
 
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