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How can i loop through a HashMap<String, ArrayList> myHash on my jsp withouth having the size of hashMap<String, ArrayList> as a bean.
e.g: <c:forEach items="${myHash}[ key ]" var="values" >// values is an arrayList
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by:anumalas
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Hi

You can use logic:iterate to loop  see the bellow example

<logic:iterate id="IdofYourBean" name="hashMap">
           <option value="<bean:write name="IdofYourBean" property="key"/>">
                      <bean:write name="BatchView" property="value"/>
           </option>
</logic:iterate>  

Note: Before using bean id use <bean:define> to define the property. And HashMap property should be in your bean with getter and setters.


Hope this will solve your problem :)

For further information on logic:iterate follow the link

http://www.jajakarta.org/struts/struts1.0/en/target/documentation/struts-logic.html

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bloodredsun earned 400 total points
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JSTL is far better to use than the logic library. In fact the struts developers recommend it.

Iterating over a map is very simple

<c:forEach var='item' items='${map}'>
   <c:out value='Key=${item.key}, Value=${item.value}'/>
</c:forEach>

If the value is an ArrayList as you say then you just do another c:forEach on the value returned by item.value.

<c:forEach var='mapItem' items='${map}'>
   <c:forEach var='myListItem' items=${mapItem.value}'>
      <c:out value='${myListItem}'/>
   </c:forEach>
</c:forEach>


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