Originally posted by Andy Hahn: Is it possible to take a query parameter and place it on a url that gets displayed to the user?
Yes, it is. Just insert method="get" in your html:form tag. This will cause all form fields to be displayed as parameters in the query string. The problem is that it's all or nothing. You can't display some fields in the query string and hide others.
Perfect! I understand there are some limitations with using GET versus POST, such as length of urls submitted. Do you know the max size of Tomcat5.5 and web browsers, as well as any other related drawback under struts1.3.8?