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Alternative to ending @requestParam on url in display:table.

 
Lucky J Verma
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Hi all
i have this issue i have been researching on for long and can not figure out what to do.

<display:table> - is used to display table of list of some Accont Objects.One column is rendered by a decorator and is a clickable link made usng < ah ref> tags.
Once clicked , its makes GET requuest and sends an id(specific to that object in row) as @RequestParam in its URL which is captures in Controller .

Now all i want to do is hide that @RequestParam from URL .
How can i do using hidden variables and POST data ,hiding id from user-visibility.

One alternative which is big change and doesnt seem a good idea was, send the list and send some encrypted id as RequestParam
and use it again in controller .
 
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Well, it actually isn't a Spring solution. This is about how do you send the id as a hidden field. Well it is an HTML question. So, with that I am going to send this to the HTML forum.

In the end when you post a <form> in html the form values come over either as a bound object, if you bind a domain object, or just as hidden request params. Then you can use either your domain object or @RequestParam in your controller method, that is the only part that is Spring related to your question.

Moving this to html to show how you can add <form>s to your table.

Mark
 
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