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From Maurizio Cucchiara <maurizio.cucchi...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: UpDownSelect & JPA
Date Fri, 05 Nov 2010 11:02:14 GMT
You should re-shape your DB design IMHO. If you expect multiple values
for an entity property why do you declare as a plain string? You
should consider to represent as at least an integer array (or even as
an entity).


2010/11/5 Nick Broadhurst <hou1nxb@gmail.com>:
> Hi All,
>
> I am using the struts2 updownselect for getting multiple selections from
> user. It is populated by a list and works great as long as only one item is
> selected. The datatype in mysql where the field is being persisted to is a
> string. If one item is selected, the ID (listKey) goes into the db and when
> I retrieve the object for re-display in the form, that item is selected in
> the updownselect. Perfect! But when multiple items are selected, a comma
> seperated list of the selected listKeys go in the db field. The problem is
> when this comes back out, the updownselect doesn't display the previously
> selected items. I am guessing because it does not know how to interpret the
> comma separated list.
>
> I am just wondering what it would take to get struts to translate the list
> and display the populated values. An array datatype or something? MySql
> doesn't have that does it? Serialize it? Doesnt sound like a good fit and I
> just don't know what struts is expecting when it needs to display multiple
> items selected. Thanks for any ideas.
>
> Nick
>



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Maurizio Cucchiara

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