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From "Kyle W. Cartmell" <>
Subject Re: validation breaks my form prepopulation
Date Tue, 02 May 2006 22:39:12 GMT
This is extremely helpful, because it gives me the opportunity to 
prepopulate my form once again should validation fail. There's still a 
sticky bit here, in that request attributes that are set from a previous 
form are lost and cannot be recreated.

I believe that this is pretty much something that I have to just handle 
and there aren't any magic spells to drive that process, but please 
correct me if I'm wrong. :)

Thanks again!

Michael Jouravlev wrote:
> On 5/2/06, Kyle W. Cartmell <> wrote:
>> Within my web application (using the Struts action framework) when
>> validation of an ActionForm fails and control is returned to the JSP
>> indicated by struts-config.xml, any request attributes that were passed
>> to that JSP originally are lost because a new request object has been
>> created.
> "input" attribute of "action" element in struts-config.xml does not
> have to refer to JSP page directly, it can point to setup action of
> your JSP page.
> Michael.
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Kyle W. Cartmell
Sr. Software Developer
LAP Holdings, LLC dba First Finance
Phone: (480) 222-0050
Toll Free: (800) 355-3135

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