Originally posted by Bosun Bello: But for some reason it's thinking that function call "onkeydown" is a tag attribute.
It is an attribute the way you have it coded. And apparently not one supported by the <html:text> tag.
What makes you think that it's not a tag attribute? [ March 02, 2007: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
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Actually someone posted a similar question in another forum(found it via google search), but no solution is posted yet.
So, Bear you are saying I coded it in correctly? The book I am using "struts in action" as similar examples. So, that's why I was thinking it's might be something else.
Originally posted by Bosun Bello: So, Bear you are saying I coded it in correctly?
That depends on whether the <html:text> tag is defined to accept that attribute. I'm not a fan of Struts so I'm not intimately familiar with its tags. Remember, you can only use attibutes on a custom tag that it was defined to accept.
I'm going to remand this to the Struts forum at this point where those more familiar with its tag library can advise you on how to accomplish your mission.