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From "Eric Nelson" <>
Subject RE: Url-Parameters only set once
Date Mon, 07 Apr 2008 15:14:26 GMT
You CAN set the property to a different value every time.  Most of my
action beans implement this behavior just fine.  Did you make sure your
action bean implements the ParameterAware interface?  This binds your
action bean properties to the current values in the request scope.


-----Original Message-----
From: Marc Ende [] 
Sent: Sunday, April 06, 2008 1:19 PM
To: Struts Users Mailing List
Subject: Re: Url-Parameters only set once

Hello Dave,

I've found a solution for that. The spring-action was standard-scoped 
and in cause of that it didn't accept the
id parameter a second time.

I think it's a little bit strange that it's impossible to set an 
property again when it's done before.


Dave Newton schrieb:
> --- Marc Ende <> wrote:
>> I've got a list with several items which are linked to a
>> If I klick on an item after the restart of the webapp a link like
>> http://.../details.action?id=123
>> is called. Everything is fine. I can see the correct details site.
>> When I go back and klick on another item (with another id)
>> the old id is called from the database and shown.
> Without any further info it's hard to say what the problem might be.
> Actions are instantiated per-request, unless you've mis-configured a
> Spring-defined action.
> Depending on how you're creating the links (and how your application
is laid
> out) you may be getting URL parameters you're not expecting in your
> <s:url...> has an "includeParams" attribute you might want to look at.
> I'm sure there are more possibilities, but we might need more info in
> to help.
> Dave
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