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Which feature of Struts suits this problem better ?

Steve Adam
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Hi
I want to implement a page which will display a record from database.
And that page should have "next" & "previous" buttons.
Upon clicking those buttons, next/previous record should display on same jsp.

How to implement this using Struts ?


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David Newton
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Are you talking about pagination or Ajax? What version of Struts?
Steve Adam
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Pagination, Struts 1.3

Regards !!
Sagar Rohankar
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Kun All wrote:Pagination, Struts 1.3

Pagination is JSP thing, and Struts, Look here for one entry in JSP FAQ's.

And I think your name is Kunal !!


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Nishan Patel
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Hi,

If you simply display pagination in your application, why don't you try Display tag..


Display Tag



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Sagar Rohankar
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Nishan Patel wrote:If you simply display pagination in your application, why don't you try Display tag..
Display Tag

My personal advise will be, don't go for display tag, unless and until you really need some high end user experience, like sorting searching, records-per-page settings, etc, etc., but if its simple pagination with fixed record size, go for the JSP FAQ link.

I saw many people messed up with display tag
 
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