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Update HTML-Table through struts 2- Ajax

 
Ramakrishna Udupa
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Hello,

I'm Having a form Contains User-Info like name, age, address, country, zip, gender in JSP(Using struts-2 and ajax tags). In same JSP page, I've HTML-Table contains these User-Info as headers. When the user clicks on submit button, All the data, what he entered in the form should populate on the Html table in the first row(always) and when he clicks on particular row in the table, the information re-populate on the form. The HTML-table contains maximum of 5 rows. If he entered sixth row, then pagination required. I want to do this in struts 2 - ajax. I'm new to Ajax. Can any one tell me how to do this. Please post the code if possible.

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Ramakrishna
 
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Hi,

Finally I completed half of my requirement. Here is My code (**This code contains some of the useless code, please ignore it. Also Just copy paste all the codes to eclipse with all necessary .jar files to see the problem**)

struts.xml




action class





index.jsp




servertime.jsp


Now, I've small workflow doubt. When I click on submit button, jQuery-Ajax request will send to the action, without page refreshing I can add the fields what the user entered in text boxes(No DB used, just sample). So now, In my index.jsp page, in the *result*(having id="result") field I want to display the current date and time, I redirect that to servertime.jsp in my struts.xml. But It is not coming. I mean, I want both the json reply as well as JSP reply at a time. Can anyone tell me how to do this with proper explanation?

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Ramakrishna K.C
 
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