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Hi,

Could someone tell me how I would access the following getter via EL :



Would it be

or

???

 
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Did you try it?? You can confirm it by creating a JSP page and testing it...
 
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Okay yes..It seems that I must access it like:

${Somebean.URLfilter}

Thanks
 
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