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MyBean is a java bean with property param that is of type Map.
a is on of the element of this property.

then,


Is ${mybean.["param"].a} correct ?

where mybean is attribute of type of MyBean.

i think it incorrect and the correct El should be ${mybean.param.["a"]}

 
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i think it incorrect and the correct El should be ${mybean.param.["a"]}


No, both are ok, but be carefull with the "." it should be like this:


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