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html logic tags - checking for a collection size greater than 1

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I have a collection that I showing on my jsp page.  Im using a html:select tag and I also default the first value to "Please select a filter".  I want this selection to be totally hidden if there are none.  I was trying to use the html tag notEmpty but still shows the selection.  I know the consoleFilters selection  has no entries.  ConsoleFilters has one attribute, filterName.

Current code that is not working....

<logic:notEmpty name="CONSOLEFILTERS" property= "filterName">
     <tr>
           <td>            
        <html:select property="filterNameSelected" style="width: 200px;">
              <html:option value="ALL">Please Select a Filter</html:option>
              <html:options collection="CONSOLEFILTERS" property="filterName" labelProperty="filterName"/>
         </html:select>
            </td>
        </tr>
</logic:notEmpty>
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Try by removing the property attribute:

<logic:notEmpty name="CONSOLEFILTERS">
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CHA-CHING, Thanks!
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