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Using Two ArrayLists For One Table  RSS feed

 
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I have two ArrayLists. I need ArrayList one to populate column one of my table and ArratList two to populate column two. Here is the code for first part but how do I get the second part to work?

 
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You have two ArrayLists or an ArrayList of ArrayLists?

If it's the latter, you can nest c:forEach tags like this:

[ July 17, 2007: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
 
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Right now I have two separtate ArrayList. If this is not right I am willing to do what ever to correct it.
 
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I think the simple approach is to create an ArrayList with the results of both and then a simple foreach tag will do the job.
Example:

Do you see the big picture here?
Now just pass the arraylist tmp to the jsp page and with a single foreach tag you'll do the job
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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