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Rajendra Kumar.K
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Hai guys iam new to this jsp subject... here is my problem

in HTMl page (first main page) there will be three radio buttons with submit button...once if i click the submit button ... selected radio button's data (it will select xml file... parse it. get sql queries... execute that particular query from the data base...send this data base to one jsp(***)) is displayed on jsp(***) along with the radio buttons as in HTMl page to show which radio butons data its displaying currently now.... bt for me radio button is not selected but table is displayed ....pl....ugent dudes...
Tahks in advance


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[ October 25, 2007: Message edited by: Ben Souther ]
 
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Originally posted by Rajendra Kumar.K:
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What you've given us so far are your requirements.

Without knowing what exactly, you're stuck on, it would be difficult for us to help you. If you're that new to JSP, database, and/or web programming, I would suggest stepping back from this project until you get familiar with these technologies. There are many books available on the subject and Google searches with keywords like "JSP tutorial", "HTML Tutorial", and "JDBC tutorial" will lead you to plenty of sites that teach these things.
 
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