Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:
Also, note that it is poor practice to put Java code in the HTML. Especially database code.
Mayukh Singha Roy wrote:I know, I wrote like this so that the people seeing it can understand it better..
Mayukh Singha Roy wrote: If help me with the solution i will be happier
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:You want to include a value attribute in your options. That way, when the form gets submitted, you have something there.
Pete Letkeman wrote:
Bear Bibeault wrote:I've rappelled out of hovering helicopters and various cliffs.
What? Sounds like there is much more to the story here and this could be fun as well.
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Bear: Voluntarily or because the military made you?
Arun Singh Raaj wrote:
Actually we have an annotation @PathVariable in Spring framework that captures the variable passed in the url:
I have idea of JQuery, JSP, JS so you can provide information about any of the three scripting languages how they generate such a url.
Mano Ag wrote: