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Hi,
I am using save and update button, when i click update it goes to the next page but on clicking it the validation of the previous page gets fired ... I hope I explained it clearly..
I have two buttons on a page that uses validation.xml for validation. when i click update button it goes to the next page but then the current page will have no values in it. So every time i click it the validation takes place and prevents the next page from loading. How do i avoid this
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I don't really understand your question, but on the action that you don't want validation firing on, put this in your action mapping:
 
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Hi,

Thanks for the reply. I have a single page that does save and update operations. when i select update it goes to the next page where updation takes place but i am using validation.xml which fires when i click the update button. I need validation ... is there a solution to avoid this

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It is usually best to limit yourself to one post on the same topic.

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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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