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From Cliff Rowley <cl...@onsea.net>
Subject Re: Struts vs Jsp/javascript..
Date Mon, 01 Jul 2002 16:44:39 GMT
If your forms are relatively well designed (see other threads in this 
list for more info) then page reloads will not be a problem anyway.  In 
my experience trying to avoid page reloads opens a whole new can of 
worms.  If the content surrounding your forms is the problem, then 
perhaps you should look at bumping up the cache for certain types of 
content (your images etc. - which should be cached anyway), or even 
using a frameset of some description so that the only reloading page is 
the form itself.

In my last project I took the approach of trying to avoid pulling 
content from the server, which turned out to be more convoluted than I 
had bargained for.  This project I have simply optimized the pages that 
are reloaded, and the difference is minimum in terms of performance, and 
maximum in terms of development effort.

Emerson Cargnin wrote:
>  
> and if I use js ans struts to populate comboboxes?? the users can't even use
> the system if they have js disabled... and that's the way ti avoid entire
> pages relaoads
> 
> Emerson Cargnin
> SICREDI _ POA
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vincent Aumont
> To: Struts Users Mailing List
> Sent: 01/07/02 04:25
> Subject: Re: Struts vs Jsp/javascript..
> 
> Struts and Javascript don't compete in this area.
> Keep in mind that some of your users might disable JavaScript;
> therefore,
> anything you validate on the client should be validated again on the
> server.
> 
> -Vincent.
> 
> 
>>Wanted to know whether or not Struts Framework scores over the jsp-
>>javascript combination in terms of validation of form elements.
>>I hope you are able to unedrstand what i am asking...? to make it
> 
> clearer..
> 
>>on one hand we have the jsp - javascript combination  where in we can
> 
> call a
> 
>>single javascript funtion to validate the form elements and provide
> 
> for
> 
>>basic validations  like NOT NULL , ONLY NUMERICALS... and so on...
>>
>>on the other hand we could use Struts ' validate function and do the
> 
> same
> 
>>job...
>>
>>Which appraoch is better and any advantages of using Struts for the
> 
> same...!
> 
>>Regards,
>>Manish.
>>
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