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How to generate dynamic form elements

 
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Can we use Action form to generate dynamic form elements. For example just consider Hospital
management system project. In this project i want to generate ward number dynamically.
I want to implement this with struts. Action form is only solution or any other way.
 
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Rajendra Prakash wrote:Can we use Action form to generate dynamic form elements.


You can generate dynamic form element without creating the actual ActionForm, For that you have to use DynaActionForm in
Struts 1. If this is not what you want then please reply...


 
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In struts 1x Action form and DynaActionForm are the solutions to generate dynamic form elements right?
 
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Yes, for practical implementation please check Struts - DynaActionForm
 
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What about Dynavalidator form ... which one is flexible ..... try this DYNAVALIDATORFORM .....
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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