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nested iterate with parameterized getter

 
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OK, this isn't real easy to explain, but it's got me stumped at the moment.
I am working on an application that will display hundreds of different beans. To cut down on there being hundreds of value beans, I have created a generic value bean that uses getters and setters like so:

no problem so far, my JSPs use <nest:write property="displayValue(optionId)"/>. It works just fine.
Now I have can have child objects that occur more 0 to many times. (and there can be multiples of these, so I need to retrieve the list by type) So, I have implemented a getter to return an ArrayList like so...

so in my JSP, I have

I can get it to work if I add a <nest:root tag under the iterate.....

Since the work-around works, it looks a bit like there is a bug using nested iterate this way.
Also, the work-around fails when I need to use a form and get my results back...

since the html generates...

since the <nest:root> tag loses track of the parent.
without the <nest:root> I should get

so that the value will be assigned properly in the actionForm upon return

OK, anyone know what I need to do to get this to work?
[ February 08, 2004: Message edited by: Mike Cargal ]
 
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