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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29652] - [Enh] add option to always use default selection in input:select
Date Fri, 25 Jun 2004 18:44:35 GMT
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[Enh] add option to always use default selection in input:select





------- Additional Comments From rhett@detailedbalance.net  2004-06-25 18:44 -------
I think it could be useful for any tag that provides behavior besides the
automatic fill-in of the value from the request.  Otherwise, you could just use
the HTML.  

For example:  the reason why I use input:select it that it lets me specify the
options as a Map and specify which one of them is selected.  input:text, on the
other hand, doesn't seem to have anything going for it over pure HTML, except
for the fact that it will take a value out of the request and use it as its
value.  If you added an ignoreRequest attribute, you might as well have just
done <input type="text" ... />.

Also: It seems to me that if you don't want to use the bean attribute, you could
just omit it.  However, I haven't used the input taglib that much so I could be
missing something.

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