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From cmagnollay <cmagnol...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: ListView (or other Repeater) with backing map
Date Mon, 30 Apr 2012 17:43:30 GMT
if the map is called something like 

Map<Item, Integer> itemMap = new HashMap<Item, Integer>();

Hmm, so I would instantiate the ListView like so?

ListView<List&lt;Map.Entry&lt;Item, Integer>> lv = new
ListView<List&lt;Map.Entry&lt;Item, Integer>>("id", new
PropertyModel<List&lt;Map.Entry&lt;Item, Integer>>(this,
itemMap.entrySet()){


populateItem(Map.Entry<Item, Integer> entry)
{

}

}

Is this what you are implying somewhat? Thanks for the answer by the way, I
had not considered just, for lack of a better term, "fooling" the listview
into using my map elements.

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