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Set form property in jsp

Set form property in jsp

Set form property in jsp

I have in jsp

CODE --> jsp

<input type="hidden" name="newCommand" value="myvalue"/>

<button type="button" onclick="start();">
<img src="images/common/button/play-button-th.png" alt="Start" />

<button type="button" onclick="stop();">
   <img src="images/common/button/pause-button-th.png" alt="Pause" />

<button type="button" onclick="pause();">
  <img src="images/common/button/stop-button-th.png" alt="Stop" />

I want to set the "newCommand" property differently for each pressed button. For instance, start() would be like

CODE --> jsp

 < ?? set newComamnd="START" >
 submit form

How can i do that?

Thank you.

RE: Set form property in jsp

This more javascript than JSP, but here's my suggestion:

- Change the button type to submit
- In the onclick, change the newCommand value, that will be picked up server-side upon submission.


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