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Struts1: evaluating two conditions

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I know java quite well, and I'm from the scriptlet school of JSPs. So I'm a total Struts taglib newb, and I'm puzzled about how to do the following code in Struts taglibs:

Where I have the //1 and //2 are where I'm stuck. How do I say this using taglibs? (I've got all the rest of the code working with taglibs):

Can I check for both !=null and .size>0 in one taglib, and then have a second taglib for the case where it's either .size==0 or size==null ?

[ April 02, 2008: Message edited by: Mike Fourier ]
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You can do this with jstl tags, but if you want to use the Struts tags then it seems that you would want to use logic:empty and logic:notEmpty.

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