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Vineela Devi
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Hi,

Can anyone please tell me whether LookupDispatchAction works with <html:button> tag?

Thanks in Advance,
Vineela
Pranav Sharma
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yes it does, actually I think it was made just for that.
Marc Peabody
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I'm not sure if you can get it to work with the resource properties or not. I doubt it.

I tend to avoid Struts' button tags. From what I've seen, they really don't add anything to the framework. I stick to regular ol' html for my buttons.


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Marc Peabody
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I'm not sure if you can get it to work with the resource properties or not. I doubt it.

I tend to avoid Struts' button tags. From what I've seen, they really don't add anything to the framework. I stick to regular ol' html for my buttons.
Marc Peabody
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Marc Peabody
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(duplicate submission)
Vineela Devi
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Hi,
I have tried LookupDispatchAction with <html:submit> tag.It works fine.But when I use <html:button> tag it throws an error saying tht handler is not found.Can anyone pls give an example of how to use LookupDispatchAction with <html:button> tag?

Vineela
 
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