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Dynamic Form Validation

Jeetendra S Ahuja
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Joined: Feb 11, 2012
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In my jsp web page,an table is created dynamically,with columns:
MergeStop Sequence
Now MergeStop is readonly field which cannot be edited and sequence is text field which is to be filled by user,i want to do form validation of this dynamically created web page.
I know static validation i.e., by document.getElemnetById("").value.length>0/////but how to use same concept for varying id's created dynamically..
thank you
do help








Bear Bibeault
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Once an element has been created there's no difference between "dynamic" and "static". If you are creating the elements, then you should know what the id values are.


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Jeetendra S Ahuja
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Joined: Feb 11, 2012
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Actually,,,,web page content changes dynamically......
so how it is possible to do form validation on varying text fields id's
Bear Bibeault
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How is it "changing dynamically"? If it's your code changing it, then you should know what id values are being generated. As I said, once the element is created, it doesn't matter how it was created, it can be treated the same as every other element.
 
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