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From Balazs Michnay <sztg.sze...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Bean access from several pages in request scope
Date Wed, 14 Mar 2007 14:21:43 GMT
Sure; use the id to retrieve the bean (just like you
would for a normal 'edit' CRUD-type action) and
pre-populate the form.

Could you please provide a concrete example?
I don't really understand what an "'edit' CRUD-type action" is.
> use the id to retrieve the bean
How do I retrieve it? Should I use <bean:define> (as I tried) ?

I have two actions. One for the form and one for the modify button on the page that shows
up on form submission:

//----------------------------------------
<action input="/LP/JSP_L01.jsp" name="BEAN_L01" path="/L01FormAction" scope="request" type="com.myapp.struts.ACT_L01"
validate="true">
            <set-property property="cancellable" value="true"/>
            <forward name="cancel" path="/index.jsp"/>
            <forward name="success" path="/LP/JSP_L01_1.jsp"/>
</action>

<action input="/LP/JSP_L01.jsp" name="BEAN_L01" path="/L01FormModifyAction" scope="request"
type="com.myapp.struts.ACT_L01Modify">
            <forward name="success" path="/LP/JSP_L01.jsp"/>            
</action>
//----------------------------------------

Thanks so much for some help.

Regards,

  Balazs


 
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