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Problem in Creating Check Box and Passing Entire Row Data to Servlet

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the Data From database is displayed correctly but i need to a check box in front of each row and when i check that check box entire row date has to be selected and passed to servlet can any one please help me out with detailed code .Thanks in Advance ..

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first of all please use code tag to post a code, due to that easy to read code you pasted.

I dont see form tag start in your JSP & also there is no checkbox in your jsp.
Is this the same jsp you wanted a checkbox?
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Hi nikitha,
I take the liberty of editing your post to apply code tag, see how cool is that now! please follow the same technique in future. thanks :)
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In terms of data structure design, I think you could do a lot better than an array list of individual properties.
Why not use an Object with those 11 or so properties you want to display, and have a list of those objects?
That would make the page a lot simpler - removing the need for all of those if statements, and the tracking of i/j/k.

In terms of adding a checkbox, the approach I would take is to have a standard checkbox, the value being something which can identify the row.
I wouldn't necessarily pass all the information in that same row, just the value required to identify which one is being worked with.
Normally that would just be an id of some sort. Would the Order Number suffice?

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