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a JSP example with ALL kind of input to take

 
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I am looking for a working example where you need to get all kind of inputs ( say multiple selection , long strings , images ) in a JSP page and from JSP page in which formation it is moving further....
( I am looking for source-code but not a whole project )


say I want to make a JSP page where there are multiple selections , single selection via radio buttons , text input{ single as well as long passage like I am typing here} , as well as jpg image . Now behind my JSP page ( as it is the view component) there should be a servlet or an ActionForm ( private fields with respective getters and setters ) for struts based projects . please correct me if I am wrong so do you think I should take the inputs as an arraylist?

I will question further ...but we all hate to read big messages as time is very limited . please correct me if I am wrong
 
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