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Path Value in input type in jsp page using Spring MVC

 
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Hello everybody!

This is my jsp page:



This is my Order(bean) class:




This is my Item (bean) class:





This is my Spring controller:







Can someone please tell me what should be the path value of the following code which i have mentioned in the jsp page:



Please help me!

Thanks
 
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It looks like your page is for entering details for an item...

So the command object should be an Item, not an Order - fill out the Item, and add it to the Order on submit. You'd need some way to get the current order to add it to - so you'd probably save the current Order in the session.
 
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Hello,
Thanks for the reply.

But I need the Order as command because in my jsp page there are some Order properties too which I didn't mentioned in the jsp page that I post in this forum.

This is my Order class:




Order is my parent entity and ItemSet(Set) is a collection of a group of Item Objects that will be submitted when a customer will save his order. Its one-many relationship.

Please advice.
Thanks again for the reply.
 
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The code is too long. You don't need to post unnecessary code.
 
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