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Calling Bean Code From JSP

Mike London
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On my JSP page, I have some fields the user enters to try and schedule an appointment. What I would like is to have a button that would check the availability of the person being scheduled.
I know how to do this if I make the FORM ACTION another JSP page, but I want to just call my bean code that would do this lookup and then return the results to the current JSP page.
Can this be done?
My problem is I don't know how to SUBMIT the form without the FORM ACTION being another JSP page or a servlet.
Do I need to use Javascript to do this type of local processing where I can pick what the user has entered in the JSP/HTML form fields and then call the bean method (and return the results to the same JSP page)?
Any advice would be appreciated!!!
Thanks much.
-- Mike
William Brogden
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You are indeed stuck with Javascript if you want to modify an HTML page rather than totally regenerating it. Doing this sort of thing is a bit of a pain due to variations in how browsers handle things.
An alternative would be to use an Applet which could talk to a servlet.
Bill


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Mike London
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Thanks for your reply.
I went ahead and just set my FORM ACTION to another JSP page.
-- Mike
 
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