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Hi, I have two similar forms on a page. They are select boxes, I know how to pass the options in the select box drop down as a parameter, but what of if I want to a parameter so that depending on which of the Select boxes I select a value from, a parameter is passed. I have two of this forms in my code, I can select an option from either, and then go to the next page. But I need to pass a parameter, so that I would know which of Select boxs I have clicked from, because that would determine what query is run on the subsquent pages. This parameter can be attached anywhere, ie with the sumbit buttons, or anywhere in the form.
All I want is if I select an option from select dropdown 1, a parameter called box1 is passed, if I select from drowdown 2 , a parameter box 2 is passed.
Here is my code
[ December 04, 2007: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
Sege, It looks like you're writing your pages with Struts. Since Struts offers its own solutions to a lot of typical problems, you're probably better off asking in our Struts forum. I'll move this thread over there for you. -Ben
Ben, Sorry. Yes I am using struts for my application, I posted it on the JSP forum because I thought my problem had to do with a JSP page. Anyway thanks for letting me know, knowing that will let me get better and quicker answers next time, also it would me less work for you as well.
Beside, I found the solution to my problem, I try to solve it before posting it here, but once I am getting no where, I thought it was better to as.