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html:iterator troubles

 
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I've extended HashMap and added a method which returns the HashMap values in a in a html:iterator friendly format. I've tried returning the values as an Array, Iterator, and Collection. However, my code always returns "No Collection Found". What am I doing wrong?

public class Complaints extends HashMap
{
....
public java.util.Iterator getAllComplaints() {
return this.values().iterator();
}

}
-------------------------------------

<logic:iterate id="complaint" name="complaints" property="allComplaints">

</logic:iterate>

* If I remove the property parameter, the loop will work but I need would need to use the 'key' and 'value' properties.
 
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Try returning the collection itself in your getAllComplaints() method and not the iterator for the collection.
 
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