Lucky J Verma wrote:
Hi Mark ,
Thanks for help.
Can you please give me an example on how to send data to @RequestBody for <display:table> column?
Adding it in form and then i use Will it automatically go to @RequestBody and not @RequestParam
. And data is sent in string.
Also i tried sneding POST data -by adding hidden fields to display:column and no which is not working .Since variables contain duplicated comma separated values
and no hint of what value was user-selected.
Furthur research taught me ts limitation of sending POST values.
You said the field was encoded in 8859-1
The bytes are all valid 8859-1 characters.
*You* were the one that was talking about encoding the raw bytes and using toString, not me.
You never said anything about needing a printable representation--not sure how I would be expected to guess that.
In any case, good luck.
David Newton wrote:Those *are* the encoded raw bytes. Why can't you just write the UUID, which is 0-255 (which is what ISO-8859-1 defines)?
David Newton wrote:How could there be a lot of collisions with 16 bytes of 0-255? That's a really big quantity of possibilities, like 3x10E38 or something ridiculous like that.
David Newton wrote:And how does ISO-8859-1 preclude the built-in UUID?