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hi i had a servlet called createReceipt which will take the selected inputs from three different HTML forms and generate the receipt . i need to know about ne such pattern which will help me in taking the inputs from the forms
If I understand you correctly, you want to get the values of the check boxes that are checked. You can just use getParameter. if a checkbox is not checked, it will not be returned at all. i.e.null will be returned.
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let me more specific while trying to make a Shopping cart application i came across this problem that there are three different (html)forms for three different departments, a user can move back and forth at will , selecting the items (NOT DESELECTING) that were there in the form of checkboxes. and hits checkout button whenever he wants to logout(checkout button can be hit from any form ) , then we have to display a page containg information about the purchased goods. my quesion is how can we trace the selected options of different chechboxes in three different forms ???
Hi U can have one name(test1) for all the checkboxes in one HTML Form.then u can get the values thru request.getParameterValues("test1") which will give the values of all the Selected checkboxes. Ex:- 1.html <input type="checkbox" name="test1" value="100" /> <input type="checkbox" name="test1" value="200" /> Hope this helps. Saravanan Viswanathan.
HI Faraz, U cannot directly navigate form one html to other, u have to go thru a servlet. I mean , when u select items in one html, if u go directky to another servlet, the data is lost as http is stateless protocol. What u have to do is, from 1st html, go to a servlet, store the data in a session and let the servlet redirect you to the next html. I hope u got the point. why dont u consider using JSP ? Regards, Mustang.
Joined: May 03, 2002
finally i got the job done but no JSPs because we had to make that without using JSP Thanks for the help