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Here's the thing. I have a input.jsp which just has a text field. I have written the form file for this with the usual getters and setters. The problem I am having is that the error message ( that the id is missing )appears when I load the page itself. I am not able to make it appear once the submit button is clicked. I am not sure what I am doing wrong. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
One thing how are u loading that page ?? is it thorugh some action class .if so make sure that that action should not have any form bean associated with it and even if it has u should bypass the validations .........that might be one reason why it might be happening
if its directly loading a jsp i dont think so it will happen
Joined: Sep 08, 2004
You are right, Sreenath. The jsp does point to a action class which is associated with a form bean and hence the validation shows up. I want the jsp to be associated with the form bean. Then, how do I make the validation come up only when the submit is clicked ? How do I bypass the validation when the page is initially loaded ? Thanks for your help.
Joined: Sep 21, 2003
Its just simple ,defaultly validate will be true so just set the validate="false" while loading that page and ofcourse on clicking submit that action should have validate="true" which will validate only on submit if u still have any issue u can mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org