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how to do submit the Dynamic produced element in Struts

 
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hello friends!
I use javascript to product some html'element Dynamicly. e.g
(
var aRows=oTable.rows;
var aCells=oRow1.cells;
var oCell1_1=aRows (oRow1.rowIndex).insertCell(aCells.length);
oCells.innerHTML="<p align=center><input type=text size=5 name="txtCard"></p>";
)
Client can freely produce these elements which name or id is the same . but how to do ,in action formbean ,get these Dynamic value that is post.
and that,reture these value to jsp when validate
is failure.
All help will be highly appreciated.
Regards,
 
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In your ActionForm, create an attribute that is either an array or a collection and provide the appropriate setters and getters for indexed properties. Additionally, make sure your javascript names your filds something like fieldName[index], where index is a a number is a series from 0..# of fields.
Let's say your attribute name is tableCell. In that case, your ActionForm should look something like this:

Your javascript should be generating lines that look like this:

HTH
 
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