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Posted on 2006-06-12
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If i have a tiles definition in a struts based application and i want to tets it to see if the list is empty how can this be done?

I assume an IF statemnet is the easyest way to do this test.

<c:if test="**somthing** != ' ' ">

the putList name is contentCenterList
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Try the "empty" keyword. It will work for Lists (although not Sets)

<c:if test='${empty myList}'>
...
</c:if>
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hey BRS

i was going to settle for this:
      <c:when test="${myList != null} -- ${myList != null}">

But the empty keyword works for me! :)
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