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Hiroyuki Suzuki
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hello there again..
this is a continuation on my post earlier about hmtl:multibox

this is my JSP

ActionForm for text

the text "bitrateText" will produce 5 rows..
My problem is when I enter values on Row1 text,
when I click submit, the value I entered is also visible on Row2-5 text.

Maybe, because Im only using one name for html:text which is "bitrateText"
How can I make this different for each text so that only text that has value on it will be submitted?

Please help me guys..
Arigatou..
 
Ranjit Gopinathan
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You can achieve this using indexed property.

Try this link Indexed Property Example
 
Hiroyuki Suzuki
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Hello Ranjit...
Thanks for the info..

Ive made some revision on my JSP



for my html:text, i used item1 for its name...

for my Actionform


i also define bitrateTxt in my actionform

but, when i try to execute it,
an error occurs
avax.servlet.ServletException: Bean items1 のプロパティ bitrateTxt に対するゲッターメソッドがありません
which means no getter method for Bean item1 property bitrate.

What is wrong with my code?
please help me
 
Hiroyuki Suzuki
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hello guys..
I have already solved this problem


for html:text

↓ changed into this


in my actionform
i declared bitrateTxt as


it works properly now
 
Varun Selva
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Hiroyuki Suzuki wrote:hello guys..
I have already solved this problem


for html:text

↓ changed into this


in my actionform
i declared bitrateTxt as


it works properly now



If we build the string inside the property attribute, Not working.
But below code is working fine.







 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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