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Struts Validator Framework: client-side problem with submitting buttons

 
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Hi, I'm using Struts Validator Framework (Struts 1.3).
Server-side validation works well.
The problem is in client-side validation.

The form name I have to validate is: RegistrazioneUtenteForm.

In my jsp page I have 2 buttons:
1)
2)
and the following form declaration:

Moreover I have enabled javascript validation:


The javascript function submitRegistrazioneUtenteForm is the following:


If I click on the second button (html:submit), all works well (I get javascript alerts).
If I click on the first button (html:link), the form is submitted but I can't see any javascript alerts.

I can't understand where is the problem.

Can you help me?

Thanks in advance.

PS: I have underscored the javascript e_v_a_l function only to be allowed to post in this forum. In my code, it's not underscored.
 
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I'm not entirely sure, but I suspect the problem may be with the fact that you're using an eval to submit the form. I'd suggest you try doing a normal JavaScript submit without the eval.
 
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I tried your suggestion with:

but the result is the same. The form is submitted but I can't see any javascript alerts.

I can't understand where is the problem.

Suggestions?
 
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