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get the values of selected checkboxes

 
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How do I get the values of selected checkboxes in a group using Java?
 
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getSelectedCheckbox() method in CheckboxGroup class.

 
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is there a way to do it, if we don't use checkbox group?only two check boxes?
like
<label><input type="checkbox" value="banana" name="fruit"> Banana</label>
<label><input type="checkbox" value="apple" name="fruit"> Apple</label><br>
           
           
 
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Oh  sorry, it's a web app.   I though it's a swing based application, that's why I said Checkboxgroup.  In server end you could use request.getParameter(), if you wish to retrieve the value in client end, you can use document.getElementById().value.  Although you are missing the name and id attribute in html.
 
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No I want to do it without servlets???
 
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If's not a servlet?  How and where is the request submitted?
 
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I use REST Api .I want to catch the values of checked checkboxes and send them to a database.
 
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How about send it as json, and parse it at the other end?
 
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is it difficult to do withjava ???    
 
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Or,,,,can you give me any example for sending checked values using json?
 
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How can you use java in a html page?
 
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This is a typical format of json data

{"C1" : "A","C2" : "B","C3" : "C"}

Where C1,C2,C3 are the keys and A,B,C are the values.  Considering your example C1,C2,C3 are the name of the check boxes and A,B,C are the values.  You have to create this format using javascript/jquery and sent to REST.
 
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Okay, not Swing, not Servlet, and likely, not Java. Let's move this topic to a more appropriate forum.

And Swastik, have a cow for the sorting it out...

Henry
 
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Swastik Dey wrote:This is a typical format of json data

{"C1" : "A","C2" : "B","C3" : "C"}

Where C1,C2,C3 are the keys and A,B,C are the values.  Considering your example C1,C2,C3 are the name of the check boxes and A,B,C are the values.  You have to create this format using javascript/jquery and sent to REST.



I couldn't understand what you mean from that ?please explain???
 
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You have to build a json string in the format that I mentioned above and send it to your REST web service.
 
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ok i created the json string in the client side.But i can't understand how to send it to the rest?
 
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may be through an AJAX call.
 
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