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My form bean having the property "userid=442" is in the request from an action class(UserAction.java). I want to use this property's value for the value of the hidden form field in the jsp page(UserForm.jsp). I am using
<html:hidden name="userForm" property="userId" value="userId"/>
but I am not getting the userid=442 in my action class(UserAction.java) when I submit this jsp form. Any fix?? Guess my usage of html:hidden is incorrect...
 
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Struts HTML taglib reference

Assuming you have an <html:form> tag, you do not require the name attribute. You would only need name if you do not have an associated <html:form>. If that's the case, the only rquired attribute is property. The value attribute should not be required. Try this:

<html:hidden property="userId"/>
 
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