i want to use >3 dropdown menus as a filter in one frame submitting with onchange - two problems : on the second dropdown-onchange doesn't work; the first dropdown doesn't keep the selection; my experience is fiew and exhausting - please help !!
[ October 31, 2002: Message edited by: Werner Hirschlinger ]
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Hi, @Cindy : still beating, but far from taking off ! @Jesse : thanks a lot for your worthy tips � I changed �Compartment�, but it didn�t work either � obscure is, that (the single) onchange works properly with 2 forms (sending the first selection to the second form), but when I add a third form, onchange of second form can�t send the selection to form 3 or the request.getParameter(selcot) Method of form 3 doesn�t receive the selection of form 2 (see first post). I tried to save the selection in a variable and send it to form 2 (or 3) with no effect (see below). The hint to the �selected� attribute is good � still working on that� (maybe i can use selectedIndex) - I would be very grateful if somebody has more ideas
[ October 31, 2002: Message edited by: Werner Hirschlinger ] [ October 31, 2002: Message edited by: Werner Hirschlinger ]
it's me one more time (fishing in mud) - concerning to Topic: JSP / "Do I need to use ! for declarations" : is it necessary to dis-/able a Single Thread because of succsessing "request" methods in each form ? excuse my poorness in mind
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