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phani kon
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Hello,

I'm trying to write three wizards, for my application, it seems that these wizard should be in jsp . I need some help on the basics of creating a simple wizard, to start me off.
Could I get some example code please.
Thanks in advanced.

[ November 17, 2005: Message edited by: lakshmi manepally ]
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Secondly, a "wizard" is really nothing more than a form spread out across mutliple pages, usually in a popup window. You'll need to ask more specific questions on what aspect of this has you confused.
 
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In my application when I click some tab a wizard should appear,
Say some drop down list, and it ask some specific questions and do some validation, If yes then it should allow that user to go to another screen otherwise it should hangs up or exit,

I need some example code for start up.
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Firstly, you can change the subject of this topic by editing your first post. "jsp" is not a good subject title.

Secondly, not to sound rude, but you seem to mistaking the purpose of JavaRanch. JavaRanch is primarily a learning site. It is not a code mill where you can expect people to write your code for you. As such, you will find that this site works best for you when you make an attempt to write code for yourself and ask for help with it rather than asking people to provide the code for you.

So, again, what have you written and what aspect of it has you blocked? What you've described so far is easily accomplished with some basic HTML and Javascript.
 
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I'm not asking for code. Looking for basic exmaples
 
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Continue in HTML forum.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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