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I've done clent-side validation using struts... However... When I run my application, I get a javascript error...


Error: validateUserLoginForm is not defined


how can this be? I didn't write any javascript by hand but let struts take care of eveything for me... How can this error be produced? Here's the code for my JSP page...


 
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Solved the problem. Instead of defining validateUserLoginForm I had t define validateLoginFormBean which was defined in my struts-config.xml



Thus, calling



and putting



finally makes sense!
[ January 05, 2006: Message edited by: Timothy Sam ]
 
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