Re: how to iterate through a map in struts
On Apr 9, 4:44 pm, "vyshu" <vysh...@gmail.com> wrote:
thank you for your reply...but i am very new to struts for
understanding the exact thing.....
i will try to explain you what i hav understood so far..
from the bigining.......
in the application what i am trying to build...there is be a login
form which accepts the user id and password....i hav written the
formbean...its LoginForm which has the setter and getter methods of
the form properties....
now i want to extract customer id's from the database and display it
in the next jsp page....
for that actually i was trying with the demo values.......
if in the same LoginForm i assign the getter method for the map will
it give any errors.....lots of confusions!!!!!!!
it would be really helpful if u can explain me the entire stuff from
assigning the values to the map....writing the getter and setter
methods...and displaying it in the form using..a select option!!....
and on the process i was just trying to just display the values on the
i just declared a getId() method in the LoginForm which returns a
string value if passed the key.....
assigned the complete bean to a session...and callled in the jsp
<html:text name="usersession" property="<%=nam%>"/>
it displayed can i do something similar in the other case also,where i
want the data's inside a select........
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