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mysterious parameters in forms

 
John Eric Hamacher
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Hello:

I am working on a Struts 2 (2.0.11) application which contains a page with several forms. On most of these forms, mysterious parameters are posted along with the ones in the form. These parameters are called "x" and "y" and I never define them anywhere. Are these normal parameters? If so, what do they mean?

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Tom Rispoli
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Just to make sure I have this right (correct me if I'm wrong), you're saying that you're seeing "x" and "y" as attributes in your request object? Or are you seeing them somewhere else? If you check your html source, are they in there anywhere? What application server are you using?
 
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Originally posted by John Eric Hamacher:
Hello:

I am working on a Struts 2 (2.0.11) application which contains a page with several forms. On most of these forms, mysterious parameters are posted along with the ones in the form. These parameters are called "x" and "y" and I never define them anywhere. Are these normal parameters? If so, what do they mean?


Under IE? Or does the same behavior occur with FF/etc. as well?
 
John Eric Hamacher
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It occurs in FF3 and IE8. The x and y parameters are posted and the ParametersInterceptor complains that it couldn't set these values in the Action.

Thanks
 
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