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hi, i've got a JSP with 5 rows in it, each row represents a person object (so each row has name input textfield and age input field), there is a submit button at the bottom of the screen. the user can fill in any or all of the rows. when i click submit i want struts to validate ALL filled in fields..

Is there a way in struts i can do this (i.e have my form bean take in an array of the n objects). normally my jsp wud be only allow one record to be added at a time - the struts validator could easily be used in this scenario - but my requirement is to have 5 rows on the table.

Any suggestions would be great.thanks..
 
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