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how to obtain list object from an actionform

 
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Hi,

I'm having problem in getting the list object from the actionform.
It returns null value.

my actionform look likes this:


my action class is looks like this:


my customer bean:



snippet of my struts-config.xml:



my jsp snippet is like this:



scenario: bean customer is pre-populated and been able to display on the page.

problem, i would like to retrieve the form from the page and obtain the values, im able to get the transactionNumber and transactionLocation but when i obtain the list, it returns 0 as the size.

Is there anyone that can help me? i need to obtain the list object that has been populated.

[ July 23, 2007: Message edited by: krizel clemente ]
[ July 23, 2007: Message edited by: krizel clemente ]
 
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This question belongs in the Struts forum. I'm moving it there for you.
 
Merrill Higginson
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The technique you're attempting to use is referred to as "indexed properties". If you check out question 6 of the JavaRanch Struts FAQ you'll find a lot of good information about this topic, as well as a working example.

Regarding your example, you're almost there. Just change your JSP as follows:


The trick is that the id of your logic:iterate must have the same name as your indexed property, which in this case is customers.

Also, the setter in your ActionForm must be changed. It should look like this:

[ July 23, 2007: Message edited by: Merrill Higginson ]
 
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hi,

your code works, thanks for the tip...

 
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