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field value displayed wrongly

 
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Hi,
I have two jsp pages with different form bean.

on first jsp page & second jsp page, i have text field called "LastName".

on first jsp page user enteres data on last name and pressed cancel . the user is navigated to second jsp page which has also a field called "lastName".

The problem is what ever value i enter on first jsp page lastname field is appearing on second jsp lastname field.

note: the lastname field is a textbox
 
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Hi,
Are they both refering to the same ActionForm??
Secondly, i dont know if you have used isCancelled() in ActionClass when you press the cancel button . If yes then try clearing the value of the "lastName" explicitly in that.
If no, then please post the code so that we all here may have a look at that.
[ April 05, 2007: Message edited by: RoshaniG Gopal ]
 
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