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Problem asking for confirmation before excecuting an action

 
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Hi everyone!

I've been around this forum for a while and you people have saved me a lot of times (thanks by the way), but this time I haven't found any answer to my specific problem, so I'm opening this new thread.

The situation is as follows: In my web app I have a "delete" link, which calls an action to do the work, it looks like:



It works like a charm. But I would like to ask before deletion.

My idea is to use jquery jConfirm().

I have this js function:



and my modified struts tag



The result of all this is:

1) on click, appears the confirm dialog.
2) about 1 sec after (before I can even choose an option on the dialog) the browser takes me automatically to "./"

If I go back on my browser, the previous page loads with the confirm dialog, this time it waits for a choose and it does exactly what it has to do.

My problem is, as you can see, that "go without confirm".

I've tried with a simple html tag


In this case it waits, but won't send the appropriate values to the js function since it sends literaly "%{name}" and "%{id}".

PS this is my first "real word job" so I might be asking for a text book situation (if that's the case, please point me to the text book)

Thanks in advance
 
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Hi Edgar,
I am not quite sure about struts2 tags but his is how i can see your problemThis line of code is trying to do 2 things asynchronously.
1. On Click event
2. href event.
removing either of them would work fine. I prefer you remove onclick and retain href. Try the below piece of code and see if it works out.
 
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Works like a charm.

Thanks a lot

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