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dynamically adding

 
sanju sreedharan
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can anyone tell me with example how to add dynamically by adding a add button
1)i have two field Enter the place of interview
2)enter the time of interiew

after filling that and when i press add the first entry should save in the arraylist and a same field should repeat again so that i can send the next request and so on..
please someone tell me how to do in struts as i am new in struts i dont know..

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You seem to ask very similar questions over and over. This is a JavaScript question. You need to create the input element via JavaScript and add it to the DOM.
 
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its not a javascript question..we can add dynamically using struts also...i dont want to do it in javascript i want to do in struts..why always you are telling its a javascript question...i want to do it in struts with the help of arraylist..i dont want your help..i will ask someone else..bye

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If you're submitting a form then you're not adding it dynamically, you're just incrementing a counter and re-rendering the entire page. That doesn't really fall under the definition of "dynamic" these days, but whatever.
 
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