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I am very inexperienced with Struts and Java in general, and I am struggling with a form problem.

The problem is that the form call below works, but not in all cases. It seems some browsers don't like the empty actions.



I have the class Confirm in a file called Confirm.java that should populate each field.




And I have another class called ModelAndView onSubmit which handles the request.



But what should I call for the action when I can't leave it empty?
 
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That... kinda looks like Spring MVC, not Struts.

Are you sure you're using Struts?
 
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Sorry, possibly I'm not...

Really am new to this so I would appreciate it if a Moderator could move this to the correct forum.

Thanks for the reply!
 
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It'd be quicker to just post to the correct forum...

Looking at the imports should be enough to provide a hint as to the framework you're using.
 
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David Newton wrote:It'd be quicker to just post to the correct forum...

Looking at the imports should be enough to provide a hint as to the framework you're using.



Yes you are right, I've re-posted this in the correct forum now.
 
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