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Abhay Ram

Joined: Dec 14, 2010
Posts: 7
hi everybody
i using these syntax but its not working properly
i tried the following code

1)<html:cancel onclick='CancelForm("<bean:write name="employeeLeave" property="employeeCode"/>");' ></html:cancel>
2)<html:cancel onclick="CancelForm('<bean:write name="employeeLeave" property="employeeCode"/>');"></html:cancel>

3)<html:cancel onclick="CancelForm("<bean:write name='employeeLeave' property='employeeCode'/>");" ></html:cancel>

i tried all that but still not working can you tell me why??
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Stefan Evans

Joined: Jul 06, 2005
Posts: 1580
You cannot have custom tags as part of an attribute to another custom tag.
ie it is illegal to have the <bean:write> tag where you have it, because it is part of the html:cancel's onclick attribute.
The following would work I think:

I agree. Here's the link:
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