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From Mark Lowe <ml...@officinedigitali.it>
Subject Fwd: help
Date Tue, 18 Feb 2003 10:20:34 GMT


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> Da: Mark Lowe <mlowe@officinedigitali.it>
> Data: Mar 18 feb 2003  11:16:35 Europe/Rome
> A: Struts List <struts-user@jakarta.apache.org>
> Oggetto: help
>
> This isn't really a struts question, but is i imagine a typical 
> scenrio when attempting to use struts with older systems.
>
> I'm using a legacy cms system were some genius, executing a 'code 
> before think' policy, thought it sage to generate sql tables rather 
> than just storing data in them.
>
> Does anybody know any clever ways I can get around this.. ?
>
> At the moment I'm using the jdbc metadata which provides a reasonable 
> interface to site builders. i.e i read the meta data along with the 
> results into a hash and make an array of hashmaps with column names as 
> keys. Then the array is fed to the request etc..
>
> e.g.
>
> <logic:iterate id="jism" name="thesqltablename">
> 	<bean:write name="jism" property="fieldname" /><br />
> </logic:iterate>
>
>
> But i don't like this (although it does work), I'm also running into 
> problems when having to return the contents of two tables to my page. 
> As i have don't have  all the gets and sets in my beans (because i 
> don't know ahead of time what the fields are).
>
> Has anyone had any similar problems to solve? Is there a nicer way of 
> doing this?
>
> Many thanks
>
> mark
>


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