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hi..iam very new to jsp, i would like to know how to fetch a value entered in a text box, check box and then display it after clicking a button...
 
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What code have you written so far?
 
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<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Submitting Text Fields</TITLE>
</HEAD>

<BODY>
<H1>Submitting Text Fields</H1>
<FORM ACTION="formAction.jsp" METHOD="POST">
Please enter your name:
<INPUT TYPE="TEXT" NAME="text1">
<BR>
<INPUT TYPE="SUBMIT" value="Submit">
<% out.println(request.getParameter("text1")); %>

</FORM>
</BODY>
<HTML>
 
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What is the purpose of the out.print statement in this form html?

Since the form has yet to be submitted, it's got nothing to show.
 
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After clicking the submit button the text written in the textbox should be displayed in the page ...so how should i do this..??
 
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When you click the submit button control will be passed to the JSP page in the action attribute of the form. Is that another page or this same page?
 
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Before going any further, I'd highly recommedn that you read this article.
 
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Mayank Yadav wrote:<HTML>
<HEAD>
<TITLE>Submitting Text Fields</TITLE>
</HEAD>

<BODY>
<H1>Submitting Text Fields</H1>
<FORM ACTION="formAction.jsp" METHOD="POST">
Please enter your name:
<INPUT TYPE="TEXT" NAME="text1">
<BR>
<INPUT TYPE="SUBMIT" value="Submit">
<% out.println(request.getParameter("text1")); %>

</FORM>
</BODY>
<HTML>




Question : What if we want to do the same thing (print the "text1" on console) in "Servlet".
 
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Java code in a JSP? In 2011? Really?

And, as the value of text1 can't be known until after the JSP executes and the page is sent to the browser where the user can enter the value, there is no way to do this.

I suggest you read this article to understand what JSP is and how it works.

 
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Bear Bibeault wrote:Java code in a JSP? In 2011? Really?

And, as the value of text1 can't be known until after the JSP executes and the page is sent to the browser where the user can enter the value, there is no way to do this.

I suggest you read this article to understand what JSP is and how it works.




What if the text1 is hard coded say like :
<INPUT TYPE="TEXT" NAME="text1" VALUE="My Value">

P.S : I know it might be a silly question, however I wanted to clear this point.
 
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Still no. To the JSP engine the HTML markup is just template text. It makes as much sense to the JSP engine as wufgwukrfwrfgkuwgfrgfkwrkdkdwgckw.

Have you read the article?
 
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