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How to use alert box inside a JSP

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Hi,

I am using JSPs in my application. The code goes like this-
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  1. <% 
  2. i=0;
  3. while(i<4) {
  4. %>
  5. <form name="Form" action="test.jsp">
  6. <table align="left" width="100%">
  7. <tr>
  8. <td>
  9. <% out.println("SNo");
  10. if(condition==true) {
  11. %>
  12. TRUE
  13. <% } else {
  14. %><input type="submit" name="name" value="Button" align="right"> 
  15.  
  16. <script type="text/javascript">
  17. alert("Alert Box");
  18. </script>
  19. <% }
  20. %>
  21. </td>
  22. <td><%=i></td>
  23. </tr>
  24. </table>
  25. </form>
  26. <% }
  27. %>
  28.  
My problem is - whenever the condition becomes false i'm getting the alert box. But when that alert box comes the contents that are on the jsp page are not getting displayed. Only after I click "OK" of alert box I'm able to see the contents.

I want to have an alert message box that appears on the page with the contents being seen.

Can anyone help me in solving this.

Thanks in advance
tiijnar
Dec 16 '08 #1
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JosAH
11,448 Expert 8TB
Note that a JSP (which is just a piece of Java code in disguise that makes a Servlet) runs on a server. When it has finished its output (html text most of the time) is sent to the client (a browser most of the time) which renders the result. The browser also runs the (embedded) Javascript code.

When you have told the client to run a piece of Javascript somewhere in the middle of the (html) output, it will obediently do so.

kind regards,

Jos
Dec 16 '08 #2
pronerd
392 Expert 256MB
@tiijnar
Then do not call the alert() method in the middle of the page. If you want it to wait until the rest of the page has loaded, then do not call it before the rest of the page code.
Dec 16 '08 #3
tiijnar
14
Thanks a lot.
Now Im able to know my problem.
Im thinking of setting a session variable instead of alert() and after all the contents are displayed, I'll use alert() according to my requirement.
Dec 17 '08 #4

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