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html:select onchange:::

reddy kl
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Joined: Apr 04, 2002
Posts: 11
hi all,i have <html:select> in which am getting collection and in onchange function i want to display the respective(selected one)page in other(different) frame.can any help me out with a piece of code...
------here is my <html:select>-----
<html:select property="selectedClaimType" onchange="toViewClaimType(this.form)">
<html ptions collection="claimValueList" property="value" labelProperty="label"/>
</html:select>
------
and in the function toViewClaimType() ..how to set different actions based on selection???
c'ze the contents in claimValueList got it's own jsp page////
thanks in advance...
reddy kl
Adam Hardy
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Joined: Oct 09, 2001
Posts: 566
This is pure javascript - you could do it in the javascript function by getting the value of the selected option in the select and then doing a
location.href(myurl);
here myurl contains the URL from the selected option.


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