> On the other hand, with html:form I don't seem to have the
> same functionality. I don't see a way to refer to a parameter
> or set of parameters in the html:form tag so that I can pass
> through parameters that way. So I pretty much have to pass
> through anything I want to send to an action invoked through
> a form using the ActionForm that it gets when it is called.
Mmmhh... Strange question indeed... With