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Hi,
I'm very new to using these languages, so please bear with me. I have an XSL page for a user to edit data which is being displayed from a View. I'm using JDeveloper and BC4J to do this. JDeveloper has Data Tags that you can insert into your JSP pages which makes doing DML operations very simple. However, the data pages that you get from JDeveloper, use two jsp pages : One to input or edit the data from and the other to process and execute. I'm using an xsl to do the input and a jsp to process...
I'm getting an error that the rowkey is null when I try to run what i have done so far. I can get the rowkey value in the pages generated by JDeveloper, but I am not able to get it in the XSL. The jsp could use jbo to link every field in the view to the request object, but I cannot use jbo in an xsl spreadsheet. Or can I? This is one of the things I am unsure of.
I'm also wondering if anyone has any knowlege of the process I am trying to use... Is there another way to pick up on that rowkey?
I would appreciate any help, suggestions... any links to site which might be helpfull. I find it very hard to get good documentation of this subject.
Thanks in advance.
 
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