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I create my first little Spring App, using the goodness of Spring MVC. My index.html has one form and I bind it like this:

<spring:bind path="HandsomeGuy.name">
<input type="text" size="22" name="name"/>
</spring:bind>

This work very well but... I can't do something by myself(for this big moment of being-noobie) then I need you guys help. How can I persist the values in my textbox/drop-down single select/multiple select/...etc..... aftet I press that ugly SUBMIT button?

Many Thnx
Noobie
 
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