Thank you for the response.
Certainly, I know that there is no responsibility for you to give me any answer. However, if the forum does not have any response for a question, what is the purpose to have the forum.
I apologize for my previous post. I think I am a little worry about the project in that time.
Actually, I have code to be posted. However, I was rejected many times.
Somehow the forum does not take my code posting.
The reason I put a high level posting is the result of the rejection of the forum to receive my code posting.
When I do the high level posting, I do not expect to get a detailed answer. I expect to get a direction about how to resolve the issue. or to be directed to a reference site.
I know how to use DynaActionForm to dynamically handle the issue.
However, I do not like to go to server for every record that user want to add. The user may want to add thirty records before saving. In this case, user will have to access the server thirty times to dynamiccally increase the size. This will waste the network resource and delay the response.
I do not want to initialize the form to a very big size so that the user can input the records that he/she want. This should be handled dynamically.
If the structs can not solve something like this, I believe that the structs use in web will be some how limited.
I think I want to create the DynaActionForm with a form property to be ArrayList or array. I will have it initilized without giving a size. In the client size. I will have a hidden property that keep the count that the user input the record. For each record, I will try to assign the name
(property) with the DynaActionForm's form property indexed using the hidden property. I will test to see if it works. If I succeed, I will post what I did. If I do not post anything, you can assue that I failed.
I apologize again for the confusion and trouble that I caused before.