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From Henri Yandell <bay...@generationjava.com>
Subject Re: easydb tag lib
Date Mon, 01 Apr 2002 17:08:12 GMT
The usual way is to provide a URL from which the documentation may be read
and a binary and source zip downloaded. A description in the email is also
needed, but I think you've done that enough already, though an example
would be nice.

Hen

On Mon, 1 Apr 2002, Laurent Felici wrote:

> I've created a tag lib that let a jsp designer create form that are
> stored in a database in a very simple way.
> It's similar to the input tag lib in it's use.
>
> This library has been used by some friends witch are not developers for
> the last 6 month and the taglib as evolved with their feedback.
>
> Each form is mapped to a database table and one single parameter has to
> be provided: the primary key. If the key exist, the form is displayed
> filled with  the table row content, otherwise, an empty form is
> displayed. When the user click submit, the form is stored in the db.
>
> An other tag, let a user make a database search and display from an html
> form.
>
> What are the prerequisite before submiting the code to this mailing
> list . I already have a quite complete documentation and some simple
> examples jsp pages.
>
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