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Auto-submit <form> to a servlet.

Bitan Biswas
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i need to submit a <form> from a jsp page when time is over. i have a countdown timer with java. when the timer goes to 00:00, submit <form> to a servlet.
please help me giving by a code.
Bear Bibeault
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Bitan Biswas wrote:i need to submit a <form> from a jsp page when time is over. i have a countdown timer with java. when the timer goes to 00:00, submit <form> to a servlet.

Java and JSP are not going to help you at all with this. Once the page is sent to the browser, there's no more server-side code running. Please read this article to understand how JSP operates.

please help me giving by a code.

That's not how things work here at the Ranch. You write the code, and we help you with problems you are having with it.

Some hints to get you going:
  • JavaScript window.setTimeout() can be used to trigger a handler after a specific delay.
  • There's a .submit() method on the form element that can be used to cause the form to submit under script control.


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    Sharon Melissa
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    @ bear

    Thanks for sharing this article on JSP
     
    I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
     
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