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Dropdown values for JSP

 
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HI friends,

I need your help. I am new to jsp. here is my question

I have a JSP page with a drop down box. When the page first loads it gets data from server and loads the drop down box. The user selects one value. Based on this value, the second drop down box will show relative option.

For eg: the first Drop DOWN has the following entries.

Value 1
Value 2
Value 3

if the user selected Value 3 in the first drop down, it should show another value in the second dropdown

Thanks in advance for your help.

sri
 
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Not really a JSP question as the most common solution uses JavaScript and Ajax. This is also a common question that gets asked often. Please SearchFirst.

I have moved this to the HTML forum.
 
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