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Hi,
i have a jsp where i have 2 combo boxes and a button. On selection of the values from the 2 combo boxes and after clicking on 'go' the page should display a list which fulfills the above criteria.
how do i do it??
for eg. One combo-box contains codes and the other contains the range. so once the user selects a code and a price range the list below should get refreshed. By default the 1st values of both combos are selcted and the list appears.
The details come from the database.
 
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can you explain in little details.

if your problem is that user hasn't clicked go and values are being displayed. This can be handled using a flag on your jsp page
 
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Shruti,
I m not getting your question. plz be more clear...
 
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Submit the call to the database query, on a function on click of "Go", currently in the jsp, it is searching the database on click of the first combo selection, tahts what u mean, right?. Wud be more helpful if u paste ur jsp here.
 
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Wud be more helpful if u paste ur jsp here.



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