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passing form values

passing form values

passing form values

(OP)
hi all,
  i got a jsp page with a check box in it.  how can i check whether it is checked or not in another jsp page?
rgds,
Rabix

RE: passing form values

hi

use a "name" attribute in your html check box tag.
assign it a value.

then you can retrieve the value of the check box field using the "request" implicit variable.

ex :

jsp 1

<html-tag-for-a-check-box name="mycheckbox"> </...>

jsp 2

<%
    if( request.getParameter("mycheckbox").equals("???") {

        // do something

    }
    else {

        // do other thing
    }
%>

manu0

RE: passing form values

Checkboxes submit a value only when they are checked.
Example:

HTML
<INPUT TYPE="CHECKBOX" NAME="cbox">


JSP
if (request.getParameter("cbox") != null && !request.getParameter("cbox").trim().equals("")) {

   /* Checkbox is checked */

}
else {

   /* Checkbox is not checked */

}


Hope that helps.


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