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Struts2: Server side response.....

Sachin Ramesh Patil
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Joined: Feb 16, 2010
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Hello freinds,
I am new to struts. My problem is I got one JSP page where I have to take input from user. On click of save button data gets saved into database.

Now, after clicking save button I want to move on the same JSP. But with one extra line "Record inserted successfully" in the same JSP.
I am using struts 2 framework. I want to do it without using AJAX....

any suggestions for this?


Sachin Ramesh Patil
Pradeep Chaubey
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Joined: Jun 15, 2009
Posts: 20
You can put some flag in some scope(Request, Session) when database operation gets successfully completed.
Test the flag, if it is true, display your message.
David Newton
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How is this different from the first time you asked this question? Please continue in your original thread.
 
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