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OnChange not firing

 
Devinder Mahil
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Hi :

I have a form that includes a jsp. In this jsp I have an html:select which has an onchange event which is not firing.



included.jsp



what's wrong with the code?

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Devinder
 
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Have you debugged what is happening?
Are you getting an errors?
Did you stick an alert in the onchange to see if it is firing?
Do you have a submit button named submit? [if you do rename it]
Are you actually changing the selected item? [Picking the same item does not fire the event]

Eric
 
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SHowing Struts source code in an HTML forum isn't the best approach. It'd be better to show the resulting HTML.
 
Devinder Mahil
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Thanks Eric. There was a button named "submit" in the form, renaming it worked.

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Devinder
 
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onchange="this.form.action='/anotherAction.do' this.form.submit();"

that you forget a semicolon between ".do'" and "this"?

you can add a simple alert statement in your onchange function to check it.
like onchange="alert('this is a test');"

i think i will work fine.
 
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