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A question in dynamic dropdown box

 
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Hi,

I have a question in jsp.

I am designing a screen where subcategories can be
selected depending on the category selected in a dynamic dropdown box.

For ex. the states are displayed only when you
select a country and cities are displayed depending
on the state selected.

I found similar code on internet but, in all those
examples all the categories and subcategories are
predefined in an array.

My question is can I select the categories and
subcategories from database instead of writing all
of them in an array?

If we can do that do you know how it works?

Need help in this,

Thanks
 
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You would either need to submit the page back to the server and redraw it with the new data, or use a technology such as Ajax to make a behind-the-scenes request.

Search the HTML forum for previous topics -- this gets asked a lot.
 
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