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I want to build two jsp pages to display user information from database, as follow: The first page contains many check boxes each checkbox is for user attribute (a checkbox for user age, another one for user address, another one for user phone, etc.) and the other page displays the checked attributes from the first page, the second page gets the information from MySQL 5.0 database.
So if user checked age, address, phone, and email boxes the second page will display the previous attributes as a list for all users, and if user checked phone and email the second page will display phone and email for all users, and so on.
I just need your thoughts and opinions and if it is possible some links for forums or sites discuss what I want to do, I don't know what's the process name so I described it as I could.
You have posted this request in another forum. javalobby I think you should have at least done some things yourself such as building the jsp with <input type=checkbox> in a <form> before you ask more details.
Thanx for replying, I know most of the parts you listed 1) How to get checked boxes by using request.getParameter(...); 2) Call getString() for those fields 3) Display those fields to the user by using List or ArrayList
But I want to know how to generate dynamic query based on user checkedboxes.
Please note that I stored user information in multiple tables (for ex. user age, sex, and nationality in tbl_profile, and address, p.o.box, city, and country in tbl_address, and so on)
Thanx for your help,
Joined: Jun 24, 2004
hi peter and stu, I posted my request to multiple forums to make sure that at least one of them will help me with my request, and peter I already built the forms, servlet and the beans, I'm trying to solve that by my own, anyway I want to tell you one thing that net main goal to make people share knowledge. [ March 13, 2006: Message edited by: Bashar Ayyash ]