i am calling an ajax function from jsp page. The execute method of action class is getting called.
now, i want to set response parameter in execute methood for xmlhttp.responseText in ajax function call. i implemented ServletResponseAware and in setServletResponse method i set response parameter. but the response param value is over-written by return page of execute method. please suggest me a way to set response param.
You must be talking about this piece of code. When your action sends the request to a JSP page, this content will be ignored. If you don't want to send the request to the JSP, then return null from the execute method. You can't send response from action and JSP both...
Ramesh, I copied your code(1st time you posted) and run. It works great. First of all thanks, Actually I was looking for the similar kind of code for my requirements. Now A small modification in that program. In your original program when I click on the submit button, The page getting refresh every time. I don't want to refresh the page when I click on submit button. I've requirement like, I'm Having a JSP page, Contains *User-Info* like name, age, address, country, zip, gender etc., (Using struts-2 and ajax tags). In the same page, I've HTML-Table contains these *User-Info* as headers. When the user clicks on submit button, All the data, what he entered in the form should populate on the Html table in the first row(always, without refreshing the page) and when he clicks on particular row in the table, the information should re-populate on the form( for these two process Action should call but page reload should not). The HTML-table contains maximum of 5 rows. If he entered sixth row, then pagination required. I want to do this in struts 2 - ajax. I'm new to Ajax and jQuery. I'm thinking to do this using ajax(server side), jQuery(client side). But I've no exact vision how to do this. Can you please tell me how to do this. If possible please send me a sample code. My mail-id is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ankit, I really din't get what you said. Please can you explain in detail.
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