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From Adam Hardy <>
Subject Re: Can struts do it / 2?
Date Fri, 21 Apr 2006 16:01:51 GMT
OK, when you post next, include the HTML and the getter/setter for the 
array property.

Marco Mistroni on 21/04/06 16:22, wrote:
> Hello adam,
> 	Thx...  I have tried that.. but problem is that, somehow, the
> original
> Array[] object does not get populated when you submit the page ....
> I'll investigate more and get back to the list nxt week.. I m pretty busy on
> other things at the moment..
> Thx and regards
>  marco 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Adam Hardy [] 
> Sent: 21 April 2006 16:16
> To: Struts Users Mailing List
> Subject: Re: Can struts do it / 2?
> Marco Mistroni on 21/04/06 11:23, wrote:
>> i cant manage to populate back to the Action class,.. since I will have an
>> array of DTO that needs to be submitted from the page.
>> The crucial problem that I am having is mainly that within the
>> logic:iterate, for each 'row' I need to create an input parameter that is
>> associated to a property of type array[]
>> In pseudocode, it would be like this
>> <logic:iterate>
>> ..   <html:checkbox property="x"/>
>> </logic:iterate>
>> And that should generate a checkbox for each row. 
>> I cannot manage how to do that... I m sure someone has already had this
>> problem...
> My usual approach is to find an example that I did before, as on Blue 
> Peter, that kids show, but I don't have my old code library on me - 
> there must be an example of how to use logic:iterate with checkboxes 
> somewhere.
> The key to working these things out from scratch is to check what the 
> HTML looks like. The example above will just produce the same piece of 
> HTML for the checkbox over and over. Doesn't the indexing attribute come 
> into play here? The docs say "Valid only inside of logic:iterate tag. If 
> true then name of the html tag will be rendered as 
> "id[34].propertyName". Number in brackets will be generated for every 
> iteration and taken from ancestor logic:iterate tag."
> What HTML comes out when you do that?

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