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Migrating bean:define to Struts 2

 
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I am migrating the qapplication from Struts 1 to Struts 2.
I have this Struts1 tag in my JSP page. Could you please provide me the Struts2 equivalent tag.
<bean:define id="stateList" name="searchForm" property="stateList" type="java.util.Collection"/>

My Java Class:

public class SearchForm extends ActionForm
{
private String _state = null;
private String _action = null;
private boolean all = false;
private Collection _stateList = null;
.................................
}



 
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What are you trying to do with this bean?  If you just need to display a drop-down list on a form, you should be able to do that with the select tag.
 
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