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Two Submit buttons in JSP Page

 
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Hi,

I have one JSP Page with
One Edit Box
Two Submit buttons "Button #1", "Button#2"

If i hit the "Enter" key in keyboard, "Button #1" should fire.
If i keep a cursor pointer in text box, and hit the "Enter" key then "Button #2" should fire.

Can anyone help me different approaches to achieve this solution?

Thank you
Krishna Mohan
 
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On the text box's onkeypress event, add a javascript method to trigger the second submit button. I guess that should do it.
 
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krishna Mohan Athota wrote:Hi,

I have one JSP Page with
One Edit Box
Two Submit buttons "Button #1", "Button#2"

If i hit the "Enter" key in keyboard, "Button #1" should fire.
If i keep a cursor pointer in text box, and hit the "Enter" key then "Button #2" should fire.

Can anyone help me different approaches to achieve this solution?

Thank you
Krishna Mohan



How many text boxes you are having ....... the only way you can do it through triggering a JavaScript function when you keep the cursor pointer in text box .in that function set a Boolean then when you press Enter call another JavaScript function which will check the boolean value .... using document.formname.submit(); to submit inside that to submit the page.........

you can check the links for reference ....boolean



 
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Nothing to do with JSP. Moved to the HTML forum.
 
Don't get me started about those stupid light bulbs.
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