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mulitple parameter

arjun rampal
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Joined: Jul 08, 2005
Posts: 125
I have to send mulitple parameters
using <html:link /action=/page>click me</html:link>
let me know how to do this

Merrill Higginson
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Joined: Feb 15, 2005
Posts: 4864
Here is the link to the documentation on the <html:link> tag.

Here's the part that explains how to provide multiple parameters:

If you prefer to specify a java.util.Map that contains all of the request parameters to be added to the hyperlink, use one of the following techniques:
  • Specify only the name attribute - The named JSP bean (optionally scoped by the value of the scope attribute) must identify a java.util.Map containing the parameters.
  • Specify both name and property attributes - The specified property getter method will be called on the bean identified by the name (and optional scope) attributes, in order to return the java.util.Map containing the parameters.

  • As the Map is processed, the keys are assumed to be the names of query parameters to be appended to the hyperlink. The value associated with each key must be either a String or a String array representing the parameter value(s), or an object whose toString() method will be called. If a String array is specified, more than one value for the same query parameter name will be created.

    [ August 13, 2006: Message edited by: Merrill Higginson ]

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