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How to Update multiple rows of a table in jsp

 
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Hi helpers,

In my jsp I have multiple rows in a table.
each row is having 3 columns(Lable,Combo Box, TextBox),
Lable and combobox values comes from database.

My issue/dought is :
I need to change the combobox value and text box value in multiple rows and when i press the submit button i have to update all the datas into database.
If any of you provide me the code snippet it would helpful for me.

Thanks in advance
 
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knowmore know wrote:If any of you provide me the code snippet it would helpful for me.


That's not how things work here. You write the code, we help you with it.

Lable and combobox values comes from database.


Please read HtmlHasNoComboBox. Using correct terminology is important for good communication.

I need to change the combobox value and text box value in multiple rows


Change how? And as a result of what? You'll need to TellTheDetails.

and when i press the submit button i have to update all the datas into database.


That's something you'd do in a servlet with JDBC or and ORM tool.
 
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