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SP Nam
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Hi

I am using JSTL inside a JSP and I want to show the Calendar on it by which a user can select a particular day as a criteria.

I need to pass that date as session variable to next page.

Any suggestions.

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OK, so what problems are you facing? You seem to have forgotten to ask a question with your post.
 
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Hi BEAR

my question is how to show a calendar on JSP page and allow user to select a particular day as one of search criteria.

Hope this is clear now.

Thanks
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Not really.

Are you asking people to write the code for you? If so, you can visit some of thre many sites that allow developers to bid on a contract to write code for you.

Are you asking whether there are 3rd party libraries that already do this? If so, it's important to make that clear.

Are wanting to write the code yourself and are unsure even how to begin? If so, you will need to first become familiar with the java.util.Calendar class.

Just saying "I want to do such and such" doesn't help us help you. Perhaps reading this might help.
 
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Hi Bear

I am awfully sorry for the posting like that. I read the link which you have given and its very clear now.

As you said I will go through java.util.Calendar.

Many Thanks for the suggestion.

Really Sorry.

SP Nam
 
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No problem. That's how we learn.

Btw, I have more often seen this type of thing done in Javascript on the browser side than with JSP. As such, you might find more info on the web with regards to client-side controls of such nature.
 
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