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Hi ,
I've this code,from which i pass in "index" and "sort" to my java class,sort the appropriate column and display the results.The problem is
it follows a strict order(asc/desc/asc/desc/asc).....for all the columns.But I need to change it as(asc/desc/asc/desc) for each column.
It means initially if I click any column,it should sort it in ascending order and it should not affect any other colums sorting order(asc or desc).I think you get my point.Please tell me what changes are required.
 
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Amrit,
You need an array of Strings or boolean stored in the session. That way each one can be manipulated separated and it persists across web pages.
 
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