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Hi all,
How to pass more than one record to bean.I need to pass empid,empname,address data's to bean so that it updates the name and address based on the empid.How to pass these values to a bean.If i need to pass only two columns(say empid and name) we can pass by list .How to pass these three columns to bean.
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encapsulate empname and address in one class.
Or better will be have a employee class whose attributes are name, id and address. Store them in a collection object and assign to bean.
 
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I will be passing more than one record at a time.
 
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Store them in a collection object and assign to bean.
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Ravish
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Store your employee information in a Value or Data object. Place the Data object in a collection/vector and send it to the bean.
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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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