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I'm trying to get a dynamic table to work with <display:table>, and I can't figure it out.

I've gotten this to work:
<table >                  
            <tr class="tableHeader">
      <logic:iterate id="element" name="QueryDefinition" property="colNames">      
                 <th><bean:write name="element" /></th>
      </logic:iterate>
            </tr>
                        
            <logic:iterate id="row" name="QueryDefinition" property="queryResult">
      <tr>
          <logic:iterate id="item" name="row" property="columns" indexId="index">
                   <td class="TableRowH" align="right" style="word-break:break-all"><bean:write name="item"/></td>
      </logic:iterate>
      </tr>
           </logic:iterate>
                        
</table>

but the table would look so much nicer if I could get it to work with <display:table>. I can get this far:

<display:table width="100%" align="bottom" name="QueryDefinition.queryResult" id="row" requestURI="ViewQueryList.do" class="tableHeader">                  
     <logic:iterate id="item" name="row" property="columns" indexId="index">
          <display:column><bean:write name="item"/></display:column>
     </logic:iterate>
</display:table>

But I can't get the column titles part to work, any ideas?

Thanks!
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I figured it out:
<display:table name="QueryDefinition.queryResult" id="row" requestURI="ViewQueryList.do" class="tableHeader">                  
      <logic:iterate id="item" name="row" property="columns" indexId="index">
            <display:column title="${QueryDefinition.colNames[index]}"><bean:write name="item"/></display:column>
      </logic:iterate>
</display:table>
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