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Karol Waga
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I have a JSP page that displays table using
I need to make the title of the column a link to another page that opens in a new tab/window. I tried for example following
and
and
but the organization.id is undefined although I can see the proper url when I define it as a variable outside of <a> tags.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

I see you are using the display tag library. Have you looked at the docs here?

Just curious, did you set those variables accordingly?
 
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Thank you!

Yes, I went through the docs you linked earlier.

As I understood from them if property for display:column is null it should put HTML from inside <display:column> tag.

As for the variables, if for example I put organization.id or organization.name in display:column tag's property i.e. property="organization.id" I can see proper value. however in url="/app/organization/${organization.id}" organization.id is empty.
 
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Karol Waga wrote:
As for the variables, if for example I put organization.id or organization.name in display:column tag's property i.e. property="organization.id" I can see proper value. however in url="/app/organization/${organization.id}" organization.id is empty.


Don't know much about the display tags but have you tried not enclosing the variable in ${} or make the entire url into a variable and plug that in instead?

I noticed the property field in the <display:column> tag you didn't use ${} yet the title field you do (cos maybe it's a defined variable?)
 
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