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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 26476] - Possibility of allowing parameter(s) in struts tags property
Date Wed, 28 Jan 2004 00:57:50 GMT
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Possibility of allowing parameter(s) in struts tags property

Joe@Germuska.com changed:

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            Version|0.5 Final                   |Nightly Build



------- Additional Comments From Joe@Germuska.com  2004-01-28 00:57 -------
Mapped property accessors support accessing any bean property which takes a single string
as its 
parameter.  In your example, if the string argument is always literal, you would use this
syntax:

    <bean:write name="location" property="name(-347849847775344)" />

If you need to dynamically assign the parameter value, you can construct the value for property
in 
the page and then use a RT-expr to pass it to the bean:write tag:

<bean:define id="prop">name(<bean:write name="paramValue" />)</bean:define>
<bean:write name="location" property="<%= prop %>" />

It may not be glamorous or tidy, but it works.  Personally, I'd be hesitant to add the attribute
you 
propose to the bean:write tag since the number of attributes for the various struts tags is
already 
large, and the names are sometimes already not terribly clear.

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