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Validation based on Database results

 
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Hi all,
I am using Struts Framework. I have 2 JSPs "Page1.jsp" & "Page2.jsp".
On submitting Page1.jsp, i am getting the data from the database into <html:text> controls in Page2.jsp.

For instance,
I have 2 fields NAME & ADDRESS in Page2.jsp. Value for NAME is obtained from database & ADDRESS is empty.
I would like to perform the following:
If NAME is not null then NAME should be disabled & ADDRESS should get the focus.
If NAME is null then NAME should be enabled.

How can i do this ???
I am using Struts Validator for validations.
Thnks in advance....
[ April 18, 2006: Message edited by: Shailesh Pillai ]
 
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Hi shailesh,

u can use sturts logic tags to solve ur problem

ie u check for null using either notEmpty or equals or notEquals and accordingly u write the html:text entries with property "disabled" set to true so that the textfield will be disabled

hope my clue works out for u
 
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Thanks satish for ur suggestion. Let me check it out.
 
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