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How to pass a RecordSet or a List of JavaBeans from Action objects to JSPs in Struts?

Posted on 2007-11-16
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Hi folks,

New to Struts. Wanna to know how to pass a RecordSet object or a List of JavaBeans objects from Action objects to JSPs and then display records in the RecordSet or  beans in the javabeans one by one.

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You can either create an ActionForm to store the javabeans.
The following url show how to use action form.
http://www.roseindia.net/struts/strutsActionForms.shtml

Or directly set the beans into request in Action class.
Example:
Struts Action class
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  public ActionForward execute(..) throws Exception{
      List listofBeans = manager.getListofbeans(...); // retrieve list of beans from backend
      request.setAttribute("myresult", listofBeans);
      return mapping.findForward("success");
  }

JSP
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<logic:iterate id="row" name="myresult">
    <bean:write name="row" property="propertyNameInBean"/>.
</logic:iterate>
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by:tiger0516
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manager.getListofbeans

What's this?

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That is just an sample code.
you need to change it accordingly to retrieve the list of beans from your codes.
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