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Devi Sree
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Hai

I am new to this forum so kindly forgive me for any mistakes.I need help in my project.

I have to design a page with 4 drop down list.when i select the first option from the first drop down,the second drop down must be populated from the database.then again when i select the second option from the second drop down,the third drop down must be populated from the database and so on.The first drop down is also from the database.

I am using mysql and jsp.

can anyone send me the code for this one please.Its really urgent.kindly please help.

Thank You
 
Victor Hugo M Machado
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you have searched for "dropdown filtering"?
 
Devi Sree
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thanks for the reply. yes i have a searched a lot.but didn't come across anything like i wanted.
 
Victor Hugo M Machado
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using scriplet..
http://www.coderanch.com/t/281489/JSP/java/dropdown-filter

If you use some others frameworks.. It`ll be more simple
 
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Wow. That's old as dirt.

Modern pages will use Ajax to achieve this, not refreshing the page every time a choice is made.
 
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