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Javabeans - handling multiple forms on a single JSP


I have a JSP page with several forms on it. Some of these forms are
generated dynamically, and each of them submits some information to a

Handling one form is easy, as I can simply make the form post to
itself, and handle the
data using a single bean. Since I have multiple forms, I now have a
problem. Several of the forms on the page handle the same type of data
(same input names), and a 'setproperty *' call for each of the form
beans would change data in several beasn, not just the form/bean that
sent the data.

I am attempting to write a separate JSP with a single bean that
handles a form submission. However, I'm not sure how to make this page
go back to the referring page from which the data was submitted.

Please help!

Chris Beach
Jul 20 '05 #1
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On 8 Sep 2003 03:49:41 -0700, cb****@lehman.com (Chris Beach) wrote:
I have a JSP page with several forms on it. Some of these forms are
generated dynamically, and each of them submits some information to a

I'm so happy for you, maybe you should read the FAQ before posting,
the comp.lang.java heirachy is over there somewhere.

comp.lang.javascript FAQ - http://jibbering.com/faq/

Jul 20 '05 #2

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