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radiobutton problem

sangeetha balasubramaniam

Joined: Nov 02, 2004
Posts: 1
hi friends,

i have two radio button,i have to select one as a default.this has to be handled using struts.please help me...........
Roel De Nijs

Joined: Jul 19, 2004
Posts: 7246

in your form:
private Collection allRadioValues;
private String radioValue = "1";
public Collection getAllRadioValues(
allRadioValues = new ArrayList();
allRadioValues.add(new LabelValueBean("1", "1"));
allRadioValues.add(new LabelValueBean("2", "2"));
public void setAllRadioValues(Collection c);
public String getRadioValue();
public void setRadioValue(String value);

in your jsp:
<c:forEach items="${nameForm.allRadioTypes}" var="radiotype" varStatus="radiotypeStatus">
<html-el:radio property="radioValue" value="${radiotype.value}"><bean:write name="radiotype" property="label" /></html-el:radio>

Hope this helps

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san geetha
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Joined: Sep 07, 2004
Posts: 44
In ur jsp:
<html:radio property="Gender" value="M"/>Male
<html:radio property="Gender" value="F"/>Female

And thatthe Gender property on the form bean should have been already set to "M" then radio button with the text Male would be checked.

Hopes this helps.
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