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This is the way how we use a client side validation in struts.
If validate="false", struts wont do your client side validation.
Joined: Feb 15, 2005
The point I'm making is that even if you specify validate="true" in your action mapping, client-side validation will still not take place unless you've modified your JSP to allow for it. If you never want to use client-side validation, you don't have to do anything... just don't put the code in your JSPs.
For performing server side validation, you could configure the validation.xml file or u could validate in your action class itself, based on ur own custom defined rules. For configuring the validation.xml file you can check this link out.
Hope this helps.
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Joined: Jan 26, 2006
That was a really nice to know that you became an expert in Struts.
Good to know that still Java innovations are going on in Assyt.