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Pop-Up calendar and Struts

 
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I'm currently trying to use a javascript pop up date picker with my struts app. The only problem is that the pop -up calendar requires the following:
<input type="text" name="startDate">

whereas I am using ActionForms and therefore my page looks something like this:
<html:text property="endDate" name="multiProductBean"/> and this is causing the problem. Has anybody implemented a pop up date picker using Struts? If so can you point me to an implementation?

Thanks
Amin
 
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Struts converts this:
<html:text property="endDate" name="multiProductBean"/>
into this:
<input type="text" name="endDate" value="#valueFromBean#">

There should be no issue because by the time javascript comes into the picture (on the client's browser), there are no more Struts tags.

From your browser, right-click and select View Source to see what your input tags look like.
 
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