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How to do Paging in struts

 
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Can any one Help me , How to do Paging using struts Application?
For example displaying the 10 records at a time from the resultset of a select query, using the paging concept.
 
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Hi,
Maybe you can do that usin' <logic:iterate />, handling a collection throught your results page. For each page, you could start the iteration from the current position of your collection. Example:
Page 1:
<logic:iterate id="employee" name="employees" offset="1" length="5">
...
</logic:iterate>
Page 2:
<logic:iterate id="employee" name="employees" offset="6" length="5">
...
</logic:iterate>
And on, and on, and on...
Hope it works!
 
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