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Please make sure you have read the Tag Syntax document and understand how tag attribute syntax works.


This tag can be used to parameterize other tags. The include tag and bean tag are examples of such tags.

The parameters can be added with or without a name as key. If the tag provides a name attribute the parameters are added using the Component#addParameter(String, Object) method. For unnamed parameters the tag must implement the UnnamedParametric interface defined in this class (e.g. The TextTag does this).

This tag has the following two parameters.

NOTE: When you declare the param tag, the value can be defined in either a value attribute or as text between the start and end tag. Struts behaves a bit different according to these two situations. This is best illustrated using an example: <param name="color">blue</param> (A) <param name="color" value="blue"/> (B) In the first situation (A) the value would be evaluated to the stack as a java.lang.String object. And in situation (B) the value would be evaluated to the stack as a java.lang.Object object. For more information see WW-808.

Parametrize other tags


Dynamic Attributes Allowed:








name false false String Name of Parameter to set
performClearTagStateForTagPoolingServers false false false Boolean Whether to clear all tag state during doEndTag() processing (if applicable)
suppressEmptyParameters false false false Boolean Whether to suppress empty parameters
value false The value of evaluating provided name against stack false String Value expression for Parameter to set


 <ui:param name="key"     value="[0]"/>
 <ui:param name="value"   value="[1]"/>
 <ui:param name="context" value="[2]"/>

Whether to suppress empty parameters:

<s:url action="eventAdd">
  <s:param name="bean.searchString" value="%{bean.searchString}" />
  <s:param name="bean.filter" value="%{bean.filter}" />
  <s:param name="bean.pageNum" value="%{pager.pageNumber}" suppressEmptyParameters="true" />

where the key will be the identifier and the value the result of an OGNL expression run against the current ValueStack.