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How to pass parameters to action through URL in a POST request

 
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Hi,

In my Struts 2 Application, I am getting a table of values from the database using the iterator tag and using respective getter and setters for the same. For Example I am getting list of Account number, Name and Account Balance. Now I am using the following code to get the account details after user clicks on the ac no. url which is retrieved from DB using struts iterator. Supose there are two accounts of one customer. If I click on first account number then I am getting correct account details for that particular account number. But in case of other account I am getting 0

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custacsummary.java



JSP parts csutacsummary.jsp

 
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Welcome to the JavaRanch. We ask that you let us know if you have posted your question on other sites. We'd hate to waste our time working on your problem if it has already been answered elsewhere.
It looks like we don't have enough of the JSP to help you right now, but judging from Roman C's comment on the other site, you just copied something he had posted on how to make a block of text respond to a click. Do you understand how his code works? Can you fix the code posted above so we can get a better picture of what you are doing?
 
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Joe Ess wrote:Welcome to the JavaRanch. We ask that you let us know if you have posted your question on other sites. We'd hate to waste our time working on your problem if it has already been answered elsewhere.
It looks like we don't have enough of the JSP to help you right now, but judging from Roman C's comment on the other site, you just copied something he had posted on how to make a block of text respond to a click. Do you understand how his code works? Can you fix the code posted above so we can get a better picture of what you are doing?



It's true I have asked about this problem on other sites. But I have not got any solution. So in order to find a working solution to this problem I posted here. What other jsp do you need?
 
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Look at the JSP you posted above. It is incomplete.
 
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Joe Ess wrote:Look at the JSP you posted above. It is incomplete.



http://pastebin.com/WcKeYRMv

http://pastebin.com/NkPy8Uxv

http://pastebin.com/TEWXxS1M
 
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Srijit Banerjee wrote:

Joe Ess wrote:Look at the JSP you posted above. It is incomplete.



http://pastebin.com/WcKeYRMv

http://pastebin.com/NkPy8Uxv

http://pastebin.com/TEWXxS1M


The help us best help you, please copy paste your JSP here (Please UseCodeTags)
Not many people will be bothered to go to some other site to see the code
 
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Maneesh Godbole wrote:

Srijit Banerjee wrote:

Joe Ess wrote:Look at the JSP you posted above. It is incomplete.



http://pastebin.com/WcKeYRMv

http://pastebin.com/NkPy8Uxv

http://pastebin.com/TEWXxS1M


The help us best help you, please copy paste your JSP here (Please UseCodeTags)
Not many people will be bothered to go to some other site to see the code







 
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Any way you can try to narrow the problem down? 600 lines is an awful lot of code to read through (not to mention I don't think Axis Bank wants you posting their code)
 
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