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i have a form bean that has a property which holds list of objects. When i populate multiple objects to present on the UI, let the user make changes and hit submit button i get this error.



It works fine if i set the scope to "session". But i need it to work with a request scope so that the user should be able to reset the form data. Where am i doing wrong?

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https://wiki.apache.org/struts/StrutsCatalogLazyList

I fixed the issue using that technique.
 
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