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From "Brian Boyle" <b_boyl...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Clearing Input fields
Date Wed, 05 May 2004 15:39:51 GMT
Thanks Reddy that seems like a good idea. However, that brings me to another 
problem. On my last page I have two buttons. One that will let me continue 
with the applicaiton and the other is the button that will bring me back to 
the original page. Will I need to have two forms and an differnent Action 
class for each form? Because for each button there is differnt htings 
happening. CAnI use the same form and Action class for this or will I need a 
differnet one for each button?

Thanks,

Brian


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>If it needs to be cleared every time, why not just reset the form before 
>going back to the page? I had a problem similar to this w.r.t. to a login 
>page, it was unsafe because if someone logged out, their login info was 
>automatically populated back into the form. SO if they walked away, another 
>user could walk over and hit enter and login as the person that just left. 
>So I introduced an action that did a forward to the JSP page, but before it 
>did it calls:
>form.reset();
>
>then forwards, so the form is always cleared.
>
>Brian Boyle wrote:
>
>>Hi Reddy,
>>
>>Thanks for your reply. I understand what you are saying by writing a 
>>javascript function for an onClick event. What I would like to know is if 
>>it is possible to call the function for an onLoad event. Would this 
>>function be called when the apage is loaded? I would prefer this instead 
>>of having to click reset when I return to the page.
>>
>>Thanks
>>Brian
>>
>>
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>>>Hi Brian,
>>>If you view the html source, you will see the value='xxxxx'.
>>>Clicking on Reset button is initializing to this value for each field.
>>>I have solved this problem by replacing Reset button with button and
>>>onclick event javascript for that button which will clear all fields.
>>>Let me know if you need generic javascript which only needs form name
>>>to clear all fields.
>>>
>>>Reddy Pingili
>>>
>>>
>>> > -----Original Message-----
>>> > From:    Brian Boyle [SMTP:b_boyle18@hotmail.com]
>>> > Sent:    Wednesday, May 05, 2004 9:40 AM
>>> > To:    user@struts.apache.org
>>> > Subject:    Clearing Input fields
>>> >
>>> > Hi guys!
>>> >
>>> > I was wonderng if anyone could help me with aporblem I have. I input 
>>>data
>>> > into my input fields on my JSP page. If I press reset the fields are
>>> > cleared. I press submit and my ActoinForm reads the data in and my 
>>>Action
>>> > processes it etc.... However, when I return to this page again the 
>>>same
>>> > data
>>> > is still there in hte input fields. When I press my reset button 
>>>nothing
>>> > happens. I want to be able to return to the page again and the fields 
>>>be
>>> > cleared. I don't want to see the same ddata in them.
>>> >
>>> > Any ideas on how to do this?
>>> >
>>> > Thanks for your help
>>> >
>>> > Brian
>>> >
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