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From Jino Morgan <jpmorg...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: <logic:iterate> ... <logic:equal> question? SELECTED ATTRIBUTE
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2004 17:47:31 GMT
How does one add selected attribute if I want one the
option to have the SELECTED attribute
--- Jiin-Her Lu <JNLU@kcc.usda.gov> wrote:
> you can do as following. 
>  countryCollection is an ArryList with object of
> struts' LabelValueBean. The value is the country
> code and label is the country name for example.
> Once the user changes the country selection, it will
> submit the change to server so that the action can
> generate the city list based on the selected county.
> Once it's done, forward to itself. The list of city
> will be populated accordingly. If you want use
> javascript, then it's a different story.
> 
> Hope this can help!
> 
> <html:select property="selectedCountry" >
> <html:options collection="countryCollection" 
> property="value" labelProperty="label" 
> onchange="submit()" />
> </html:select>
> 
> <html:select property="selectedCity" >
> <html:options collection="cityCollection" 
> property="value" labelProperty="label"  />
> </html:select>
> 
> 
> 
> Jiin-Her Lu
> (816) 926-2145
> 
> >>> derek@netsimple.net 02/02/04 09:49AM >>>
> Apologies for this newbie question...
> 
> I have 2 selections: Country and City 
> I have 2 collections in session (CityList contains a
> reference to Country)
> I don't want the user to select a City before
> selecting a Country and I want
> to display a list of Cities that relate to the
> selected Country...
> 
> Can anyone please help with this code:
> 
>   ...
>   <tr>
>     <td>Country</td>
>     <td>
>       <html:select property="country"
> onchange="document.forms['myForm'].city.value='';
>  
> document.forms['myForm'].submit();">
>         <html:option value="">Select a
> country...</html:option>
>         <html:options collection="CountryList"
> property="country"
> labelProperty="description" />
>       </html:select>
>       <font color="red"><html:errors
> property="country" /></font>
>     </td>
>   </tr>
>   <tr>
>     <td>City</td>
>     <td>
>       <html:select property="city">
>         <html:option value="">Select a
> city...</html:option>
>         <logic:iterate id="City" name="CityList"
> property="list"
> type="City">
>
<<<<<-----------------------------------------------------------------------
> ------
>           <logic:equal name="City"
> property="country" value="">
> !!! This is where I'm stumped. How do I get the
> comparison to work between 2
> beans?
>
>>>>>-----------------------------------------------------------------------
> ------
>             <html:option name="City" property="city"
> labelProperty="description" />
>           </logic:equals >
> 
>         </logic:iterate>
>       </html:select>
>       <font color="red"><html:errors property="city"
> /></font>
>     </td>
>   </tr>
>   ...
> 
> Any help much appreciated!
> Derek
> 
> 
> 
>
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