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s lateef
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Hi I am having one screen which contains tabs its like same area shared by different screens. Can you tell me how to control the listeners in JSP.

Thanks,

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Welcome to the JavaRanch. "s".

But do you really think that you've given anybody enough details to even begin to hazard a guess at what you are asking about?

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s lateef
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Originally posted by s lateef:
Hi I am having one screen which contains tabs its like same area shared by different screens. Can you tell me how to control the listeners in JSP.

Thanks,

[ October 31, 2005: Message edited by: s lateef ]

[ October 31, 2005: Message edited by: s lateef ]


Hi Bear Bibeault,

Actually Iam having a screen which is implemented by listeners. Can you please tell me the site where this stuff will be available.
 
Betsy Camel
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hi
i guess you have got confused with awt & JSP. Listeners cannot be used in JSP. In JSP, if you need to submit a page for example, you can use the ACTION tag or can use the javascript to validate a page.
The listeners are used in awt only. it will not work in JSP.

<form name = "form1" method = "Post" action = "login.jsp">

</form>

try using this tag. It submits the contents of the page to the login page.
hope this was useful
Regards
Betsy
 
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The only UI listeners you can use are Javascript ones (onclick, onchange, etc..) There are server side listeners but they are not meant to respond to user actions.
If you're new to web programming, you may want to follow a few tutorials before you begin your work on this project.
What you'll need to grasp is the "request/response" (stateless) nature of HTTP.
 
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