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KRISH DOSS
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Hi All,
I am facing lot of issues in <html:iterate>
tag.I try to populate collection values as
label for radio buttons. Here is the code.

<table>
<logic:iterate id="mapID" name="utilMap" property="salutationMap" scope="session">
<tr>
<td>
<html:radio property="mapProp" value='<bean:write name="mapID" property="key"/>' />
<bean:write name="mapID" property="value"/>
</td>
<tr>
</logic:iterate>
</table>
I set the 'utilMap' Object ,which
contains getSalutationMap(), in session.
But i am getting following error.
javax.servlet.jsp.JspException: Cannot find bean under name org.apache.struts.taglib.html.BEAN
at org.apache.struts.taglib.html.RadioTag.doStartTag(RadioTag.java:189)
Can you explain me what went wrong?.
1. Is it required for a class ,referred in
iterate tag, to be set in request/session?.
2. Should i need to make any additions in
ApplicationResources.properties file?
Your guidance is highly appreciated.
thanks
krishna
 
KRISH DOSS
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Problem Fixed.
krishna
 
saravanan balu
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Hi Krishna,
Could you tell us what was wrong and how did u solve the problem? this could be helpful for others who are having the same problem.
thanks
 
Marek Lapin
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Hi

you cannot referenct bean value this way...

<html:radio property="mapProp" value='<bean:write name="mapID" property="key"/>' />

if you want to put a dynamic value there , then you have to use jsp scriplet (or what it is) like this

<html:radio property="mapProp" value='<%= (mapID class name)mapID.getKey() %>' />

atleast i coudnt find any other way to solve these problem...
In this cases it realy is better to use som of these JSTL stuff..
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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