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From "SATISH.T" <satish.ter...@wipro.com>
Subject RE: select dropdown with a nested name-attribute doesnt work in any browser - sends wrong value in request
Date Fri, 14 Jun 2002 12:54:01 GMT
This is the html produced,  since I put it in the iterate tag the array
index changes...
Nested:define does not generate any html but I use it to hold the
collection which 
I set in the form for each of my combo box .

<select name="holdingCentreList[0].bandName" onchange="trial(1)">
<option value="Doors">Doors</option>
<option value="Zepplin">Zepplin</option>
<option value="Floyd">Floyd</option>
</select>

-----Original Message-----
From: Adam Hardy [mailto:adam.hardy@cyberspaceroad.com] 
Sent: Friday, June 14, 2002 6:10 PM
To: Struts Users Mailing List
Subject: Re: select dropdown with a nested name-attribute doesnt work in
any browser - sends wrong value in request

Oh! It's a mystery to me then why my HTML doesn't work. Can you send the

HTML that these tags produce? Does that nested:define produce html? What

role does it play?

thanks
Adam

SATISH.T wrote:

>Hi I have tried out nested:select in both IE and netscape and it works
>fine. The property bandList is the one I set in my nested beans which
is
>a collection (Arraylist ) of label Value beans(name-value pairs).
>This is the syntax I use and the values are returned properly.
><nested:define id="Y" property="bandList"/>
>	 <nested:select property="bandName"
>onchange="<%=\"trial(\"+counter+\")\"%>" >
>	<html:options collection="Y" property="label"
>labelProperty="value"/>
> </nested:select>  	
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: adam.hardy@cyberspaceroad.com
>[mailto:adam.hardy@cyberspaceroad.com] 
>Sent: Friday, June 14, 2002 2:21 PM
>To: Struts Users Mailing List
>Subject: select dropdown with a nested name-attribute doesnt work in
any
>browser - sends wrong value in request
>
>Neither Mozilla nor IE are handling my HTML produced from nested tags.
>They ignore any selection I make in a select dropdown when I submit.
The
>incoming parameters at the server show that the original value is
always
>sent. 
>
>My HTML:
>
><select name="operationList[0].locationIdString">
><option value="0" selected="selected">-- please select --</option>
><option value="1">Strange Location</option>
><option value="2">Up a tree</option>
><option value="3">Kebabhouse</option>
></select>
>
>In my debug logging, I see all the other parameters with correct
values,
>but I get operation[0].locationIdString=0 no matter what I select.
>
>Is anybody successfully using nested dropdowns / select boxes? Why does
>this affect both browsers? Am I going mad?
>
>Adam
>
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