Any form elements created dynamically on the client-side will have no intrinsic link to the ActionForm. However, this is not necessarily a problem... imagine if your ActionForm has this in it: private String firstName; public void setFirstName(String inFirstName) { firstName = inFirstName; } public String getFirstName() { return firstName; } What happens if your JSP *DOES NOT* include this form field? Obviously that will be just fine, Struts won't complain. Now, what happens if you dynamically add that field to your HTML form via JavaScript, and then submit the form? Again, this will be just fine, Struts will happily populate the firstName field in the ActionForm. It doesn't matter that it wasn't there when the HTML for the page was originally rendered by the JSP. In the case of indexed properties, the same is true... if you dynamically add a field to the HTML form, so long as the name follows the index naming paradigm, it will be populated in the ActionForm when submitted. The code you have here looks basically correct, with one possible exception... setting innerHTML doesn't necessarily add anything to the DOM. So, when the form is submitted, the fields you dynamically added may not be sent (I believe it will work in some browsers, but not in others... I'd have to go test to verify this, but that's what's in my memory). Instead, you should use DOM methods to create your new field and append it to the form, that should alleviate that problem. This is generally the preferred method to work with dynamic content anyway. So, your add method should be something like function add() { var newField = document.createElement("input"); newField.type = "text"; = "foo[" + count + "]"; var newCell = document.createElement("td"); newCell.appendChild(newField); var newRow = document.createElement("tr"); newRow.appendChild(newCell); var theTable = document.getElementById("t1"); theTable.appendChild(newRow); count++; } Frank -- Frank W. Zammetti Founder and Chief Software Architect Omnytex Technologies AIM/Yahoo: fzammetti MSN: Author of "Practical Ajax Projects With Java Technology" (2006, Apress, ISBN 1-59059-695-1) Java Web Parts - Supplying the wheel, so you don't have to reinvent it! On Wed, August 2, 2006 12:48 am, Puneet Lakhina wrote: >> >> >> you were hung up (maybe I read into your question incorrectly). So are >> you actually hung up on the JavaScript to dynamically add fields? > > > > Yes, i am able to add text fields to my page, but I dont know what all > attributes to specify in the input tag so that my user bean recieves the > values from the dynamically added text fields. > > i.e. > > > > > > >
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