Hello I am having a problem with checkboxes in JSP. I am displaying the checkboxes on one Jsp page.The number of checkboxes are not fixed they come from the database entries. When the user ticks on some checkboxes and clicks on the "BURROW" button, control is transferred to the next JSP page. where i can get the values of the ticked checkboxes. but the problem is that i want to restrict the user to tick only two checkboxes. How do i perform the validation in the second JSP page. I can get the number of checkboxes and pass the number to the next JSP page ..is there any mean by which i can use the isChecked() function to verify the checkbox? I have appended the code below ...Neglect the initial part ..just see the FORM part .
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Hello Phil thanx for sharing your knowledge with me ... the mentioned problem was urgent cause i was not able to move ahead with my work .I was stuck with this thing for sometime ..but couldnt get the solution .
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