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CheckBok not storing Values

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HI all,

I have few Checkboxes,

<html:checkbox name="chk_CMA"value="on">
in my bean i have
public boolean chk_CMA;

public boolean isChk_CMA() {
return chk_CMA;

public void setChk_CMA(boolean b) {
chk_CMA = b;
and in my database insert query i check if it is checked then insert the value, It is inserting the value. and when the page is returnback, all the check box values are lost (checked ones becomes vanished).
Kindly help in solving the issue. i would like to retain the checked ones
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Definately you have defined action and action form for this in your applicaiton.

But when you load the page first time, the values are papulated from database but how the ActionForm will come to know what are the values.

So set the values while using the setter method in execute method of your action when you fetch data from database.

This will resolve the problem and data will be displayed to html page properly.



remember the form instance should be the same which is passed to execute method of action.
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