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From Paul McCulloch <>
Subject RE: Wizards, multiboxes, and hidden forms, oh my!
Date Fri, 21 May 2004 08:55:57 GMT
Consider using a session scoped form bean. That way you don't need to worry
about using <html:hidden>s to remember the value from previous steps.
Another option would be to have your JSP always render the entire page, but
you use styles to hide the bits that aren't part of the current step.

-----Original Message-----
Sent: 20 May 2004 18:21
To: Struts Users Mailing List
Subject: Wizards, multiboxes, and hidden forms, oh my!


I have a simple wizard comprising 3 steps, 1 action, 1 form, and 1 JSP.  The
JSP uses <html:hidden> to segregate the 3 steps of the wizard on the single
jsp.  My problem is that step 1 contains a multibox, and I am unsure of the
best way to pass the multibox values to steps 2 and be eventually
processed after step. 

A simple pointer to any dialogue on this topic should suffice, if it exists.


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