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ajaxtags help?

 
Lido Collins
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I installed the jar and all the dependencies. It looks like the demo stuff at least tries to work (the indicator spins though the autocomplete fields don't actually populate). Then I put nearly identical code into my own jsp and nothing happens. No autocomplete, no indicator, no error messages. Any idea how to see if anything is happening? Thanks.
 
magesh karnam
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Hi
could you be more elborate on about what u r talking about. As per ur context, u seems to be talking about something u downloaded.

Regards
Magesh
 
Lido Collins
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Sorry, yes, I downloaded the ajaxtags taglib from here:
http://ajaxtags.sourceforge.net (their forum has no action so I'm posting here), but I'm having some general trouble working with it.

It uses this class/method to handle ajax requests:


My trouble is that it isn't working and I can't figure out a way to view the output of the structures in the servlet. I tried setting some session attributes but when I read them in the calling jsp (after a page reload) they are still null. Is there a way to turn some kind of debugging output on and direct it to a specific console or something? Thanks.
 
Ben Souther
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Originally posted by magesh karnam:
Hi
could you be more elborate on about what u r talking about. As per ur context, u seems to be talking about something u downloaded.

Regards
Magesh


magesh karnam
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