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From Sandeep Takhar <>
Subject Re: Question- Reset method usage
Date Thu, 27 Jun 2002 14:33:25 GMT
before an action is called (on a request) the order


if validate=false in the config, only the first two
are followed.

if it is a cancel button than I don't think any of
this is called.

In version 1.1 if you define a jsp with an html:form
which has a form which has not been created, than
these methods are called as well.

do a search for an exact answer.

--- "Kamholz, Keith   (corp-staff) USX"
<> wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> I have a couple little questions that I've been
> trying to figure out.  I
> found some info online, but some of it didn't make
> sense.
> One issue deals with using an <html:checkbox> in a
> form.  I know that you
> have to set the boolean property to false in the
> reset method, but i thought
> the reset method was called when you click the reset
> button.  I'm starting
> to think that the ActionForm's reset method doesn't
> get called when a reset
> button is clicked because when i click reset, it
> doesn't clear the form it
> just gets rid of changes just made (since the last
> submit).  When does the
> reset method get called by struts?  Am I just
> supposed to use it to reset my
> boolean properties to false or what?  Any input
> would be appreciated.
> Thanks!
> Keith Kamholz
> Moog 
> East Aurora, NY
> (716) 687-7282
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