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How can i post data from JSP to Servlet through JavaScript

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I've below jsp.

Here I've 2 questions,
  • I'm unable to submit my data to database using a button through JavaScript. Using a submit type is good, but here i need to fill a textbox(id = endTime) with date and time when i hit submit. That's why I've used it as a button instead of submit. I thought that the button is not working, but when ever i click on that button the latest time is fetched into textbox(id = endTime).
  • I need a small pause of say 2-3 seconds after the time is generated in the textbox and then the post should be done.

  • Please let me know how can i get this and where am i going wrong.

    Rakesh Keerthi
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    Hi All,

    If anyone have such problem, I've found a solution that worked for me.

    use an id for the form like

    Then for the button add an onClick event as below

    <input type="button" value="Submit Form" onclick="getLastDate()" />

    and in the javascript in <head>, use the below method. Make sure that the method name is same as the onClick event attribute value.

    Here i need to fill a text box with current time, so i used the below code, you have to change as per your requirement.

    This is solution for my first question.

    For time delay i.e. my second question.

    Use a setTimeout method in javascript as below. Here 3000 means 3 seconds.

    This has to be given wherever you want a time delay,

    In my case, i need to get the time in text box, pause it and then submit the form data, so i took this after the time is fetched (please refer to my third code block for full js method).

    This is how I've solved my problem.

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