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Best Way to Validate the JSP form by using Java

YuenLian Wu
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Joined: Nov 16, 2005
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Dear geeks,

I have some design questions regarding to the web form. My form has a lot of fields like Customer Name 1, Customer Password 1, Confirm Customer Password 1. I call those as a group. I have around 20 groups of that on my web form because of the user requirement. I feel so annoying that if I have to use the following validation code for each group,



The above code is good for few groups, however, I have a lot of such groups and I need to validate one by one. I feel so boring if I just copy paste one set of code and pase it to the jsp and rename the variable names.

ANy better way to implement that ? Myriad thanks

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[ April 26, 2006: Message edited by: YuenLian Wu ]
Deepak Bala
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Have you heard of the Struts framework ? Your values will automatically be mapped to variable names in classes. Do look into some example applications that use this.


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Adeel Ansari
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Jakarta Commons Validators is your best bet.
 
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