How to get the javabean js property?

Category: Eclipse
 
jolin299792458
2011-07-15 04:24:29

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I now have a list in the form of property, how to get this in JavaScript circulation list value it?
write right, right?

var list= [];
for(i= 0; i <= <%=BeanList.size(); %>){
list[i] = BeanList.get(i);
}

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pirlo_ding
2011-07-15 04:36:05
looked really wrong, so be it changed
var a = <%=BeanList.size()%>
            var list= [];
            for(i= 0; i <= a; i++){
                list[i] = <%=BeanList.get(i)%>;
            }
taurusaries
2011-07-15 04:54:11

good!
If you want a list, you first list stored in a range in the js, you can add quotes to get jstl tag list.
mingzhenri
2011-07-15 05:12:01
on the page you can use a hidden variable <input type = "hidden" id = "xxx" value = "<% .. javabean ..%> ; "....
then use js to get on the line, if javabean set, then put the string back into the collection, and then parse the string js get on the line
ocmmm
2011-07-15 05:18:15
var list= [];
            for(i= 0; i <= <%=BeanList.size()%>; i++){
                list[i] = <%=BeanList.get(i)%>;
            }

You do not have to write out yet
puffadder
2011-07-15 05:27:02


agree
kxkck
2011-07-15 05:45:35
BeanList this place will complain it? BeanList is a form of property,

public class TESTForm  {
    private List BeanList;}
LWPXD1963
2011-07-15 05:57:01
JS can not use the server-side a target. This is too common sense.
If you want to use, then look DWR it, this too can call the server-side objects.
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