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How to create an formbean in action?

How to create an formbean in action?

How to create an formbean in action?

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Hey...

I want to create an formbean in an action, then the action forwards to an jsp. in this jsp the formbean should be availbe with

<logic:present name="myFormBean">
 Hello
</logic:present>

How does it work or could I never self create an formbean than struts can use?

ActionCode:

ContactFormAdvanced contactForm = new ContactFormAdvanced();    contactForm.setEmail(form.getEmail());            request.getSession().setAttribute("contactFormAdvanced", contactForm);

Jsp Code:

<logic:present name="contactFormAdvanced">
Hello
</logic:present>

Normally if the struts framework see an actionform that is configured in the struts-config.xml (it is with the same name "contactFormAdvanced") and found in session. It must use it an the attributes...

Thanks for help

RE: How to create an formbean in action?

How do you access the JSP in the browser? In order to an Action to execute, the link must point to the Action defined in struts-config.xml (you can use <html:link action="blabla.do">link text</html:link>). If that's not your case, please provide more data.

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