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How to submit a page on change of Combo using Struts

 
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I have tried <html:select property="ordId" onchange='document.forms[0].submit()'> but it didn't work, then I replace ' quotes with " quotes then also it didn't work giving error on submit() function, then i tried <html:select property="ordId" onchange="alert(document.forms[0].submit)">, it returns the object.
 
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You are probably getting a conflict between your submit button and the javascript submit method.
In your ActionForm, add a String field called action + getter/setter. Your submit tags should then use the property attribute, like so:
<html:submit property="action">Submit</html:submit>
This will take care of the conflict and your javascript should work.
 
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