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Hi everyone!
1) Where can I find a simple and effective code on pagination? I'm using jsp and servlets.
2) Using JS how can I delete a table row. I want to create/delete a record. On the left side of these records are checkboxes. If the box is checked the record will be deleted or a record can be added beneath it.
If anyone knows a better way of doing this pls let me know.
Thanks in advance.
Panday
 
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Okay I personally would say to rely on JSP for much as you can for this.
If you search the jsp forum, that topic has been talked about a lot lately and people have posted links and examples there.
Now with the checkbox and deleting a row, do you want this to be a permanent delete (from a database) or a temporary deletion?
After that answer I can point you in the right path....
Eric
 
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Hi Eric,
Thanks for the info. I want to delete the record from the database.
Thanks in advance.
 
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Moving to JSP since that is the only way you are going tp be able to do this...
 
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If you haven't ruled out a commercial solution, check out dotJ:
http://www.dotjonline.com/main/index.jsp?url=/taglib/grid/grid.jsp
 
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