Tag write

Retrieve the value of the specified bean property, and render it to the current JspWriter as a String by the ways:If format attribute exists then value will be formatted on base of format string from format attribute and default system locale.If in resources exists format string for value data type (view format attribute description) then value will be formatted on base of format string from resources. Resources bundle and target locale can be specified with bundle and locale attributes. If nothing specified then default resource bundle and current user locale will be used.If there is a PropertyEditor configured for the property value's class, the getAsText() method will be called.Otherwise, the usual toString() conversions will be applied.When a format string is provided, numeric values are formatted using the java.text.DecimalFormat class; if the format string came from a resource, the applyLocalisedPattern() method is used, and applyPattern() is used otherwise. Dates are formatted using the SimpleDateFormat class. For details of the specific format patterns, please see the Javadocs for those classes.If a problem occurs while retrieving the specified bean property, a request time exception will be thrown.

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Tag Classorg.apache.struts.taglib.bean.WriteTag
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bundlefalsetruejava.lang.StringThe name of the application scope bean under which the MessageResources object containing our messages is stored.
filterfalsetruejava.lang.StringIf this attribute is set to true, the rendered property value will be filtered for characters that are sensitive in HTML, and any such characters will be replaced by their entity equivalents.
formatfalsetruejava.lang.StringSpecifies the format string to use to convert bean or property value to the String. If nothing specified, then default format string for value data type will be searched in message resources by according key.
formatKeyfalsetruejava.lang.StringSpecifies the key to search format string in application resources.
ignorefalsetruejava.lang.StringIf this attribute is set to true, and the bean specified by the name and scope attributes does not exist, simply return without writing anything. If this attribute is set to false, a runtime exception to be thrown, consistent with the other tags in this tag library.
localefalsetruejava.lang.StringThe name of the session scope bean under which our currently selected Locale object is stored.
nametruetruejava.lang.StringSpecifies the attribute name of the bean whose property is accessed to retrieve the value specified by property (if specified). If property is not specified, the value of this bean itself will be rendered.
propertyfalsetruejava.lang.StringSpecifies the name of the property to be accessed on the bean specified by name. This value may be a simple, indexed, or nested property reference expression. If not specified, the bean identified by name will itself be rendered. If the specified property returns null, no output will be rendered.
scopefalsetruejava.lang.StringSpecifies the variable scope searched to retrieve the bean specified by name. If not specified, the default rules applied by PageContext.findAttribute() are applied.

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