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From Sunil_S...@Keane.com
Subject RE: action class not being called for repeat initial requests when using validation
Date Thu, 13 Oct 2005 04:02:01 GMT
John,

Can you explain your problem little bit more, i am not getting your 
problem exactly.

Sunil



"John Andrews" <john.andrews@in1solutions.com> 
10/12/2005 10:16 PM
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RE: action class not being called for repeat initial requests when using 
validation






Hi Martin,

Thanks for your suggestion.

Basically the problem that I have is that my action class is only being
called intermittently - the rest of the time  I am just being sent 
straight
to the jsp that I want to display - without ever getting into the action
class. This is causing a major problem since the action class is 
neccessary
to populate the form's formbean correctly.

John

-----Original Message-----
From: Martin Gainty [mailto:mgainty@hotmail.com]
Sent: 12 October 2005 17:00
To: Struts Users Mailing List
Subject: Re: action class not being called for repeat initial requests
when using validation


John
There are a number of solutions I would suggest looking at JBuilder doc
located at
http://bdn.borland.com/borcon2004/article/paper/0,1963,32246,00.html

the fastest way is for your button to route to your jsp page is to route 
to
the page identified by the action mapping in struts-config.xml For example
here is a form which routes to logon page URI when username, password are
satisfied and submit is called
<%@ taglib uri="/WEB-INF/struts-html.tld" prefix="html" %><html:form
action="logon.do" focus="userName"><br>        User Name: <html:text
maxlength="16" property="userName" size="16"/><br />        Password:
<html:text maxlength="16" property="password" size="16"/><br 
/><html:submit
value="Submit" property="Submit"/><html:reset 
value="Reset"/></html:form>you
could also place in a html:link to forward such as <html:link
forward="Home">
whereas Home idenitifies a URI which you will link to
from the definition associated with 'home' in the Global forwards defined 
in
struts-config.xml
HTH,
Martin-

----- Original Message -----
From: "John Andrews" <john.andrews@in1solutions.com>
To: <user@struts.apache.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 12, 2005 10:57 AM
Subject: action class not being called for repeat initial requests when
using validation


>I have the action mapping below in my struts config file:
>
>        <action
>            path="/packageActionCreateT"
>            type="struts.actions.packages.PackageAction"
>            name="PackageForm"
>            input="/pages/createPackage.jsp"
>            parameter="dispatch"
>            scope="session">
>        <forward name="createPackagePage" 
path="/pages/createPackage.jsp"/>
>        <forward name="createPackageTResults"
> path="/pages/createPackageTResults.jsp"/>
>        </action>
>
> When I request that the corresponding action be executed using the URL:
>
>
http://www.xxxxxx.com/packages/packageActionCreateT.do?dispatch=createPackag

> e
>
>
> Then the action is only executed once - unless i hit the submit button 
on
> the createPackage.jsp page. On all other ocasions the action will act 
just
> like a forward. It will just forward straight back to the
> createPackage.jsp
> page. This I presume? is because the validation is finding the
> corresponding
> formbean in the session and then going straight back to the jsp page.
> However it is not acting exactly like a normal validation because the
> incorrect fields are not highlighted.
>
> Is there someway to get the validator to only return directly to the jsp
> page only after a submit - not after an initial request? - or is there
> some
> other good way to solve/design around this issue?
>
> Thanks for any help
> John
>
>
>
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