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From Arpan <>
Subject Re: jsp caching problem
Date Mon, 13 Jun 2011 16:54:36 GMT
Hi Eric,

Are you currently using struts2? If so then open ur jsp and type attribute
"autocomplete" in textfield or form element and see if it supports or not.

It's obviously a browser issue, but my question was how do u solve in
struts2 ?

Please advice me the releavent solution, rather than only assuming some
theory work for in the practicle current situation.


On Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 10:12 PM, Eric Lentz <> wrote:

> > More over in my jsp i m not seeing "autocomplete" off attribute even
> when i use normal html "<input type/>" tag.
> Everyone is telling you that it is a browser render / HTML tag issue.
> Logically, it would seem that way as well. The browser is storing the text
> that people type in the field, no? Do you believe it is being stored on
> the server? If so, where? You are dealing with JSPs and what they render
> -> HTML, and then what the browser does with same. The implied feature you
> strive for is not in Struts, AFAIK.
> This is how I have solved the same problem in the past (2007). I was using
> Struts 1, but that doesn't matter. I would solve it the same way if I was
> using ASP.NET or any other such framework.
> Only thing is that today, I'd use jQuery:
> You've now seen links to documents that detail what to do in HTML both at
> form and field level. You've now also seen the same done from JavaScript.
> The age of the links is not relevant. That just means it is more likely to
> work with older browsers, which is a good thing. I also saw a document
> indicating that it was to be a standard in HTML 5. I don't know if it is
> or not.
> Now, have you tried any of the suggestions? They should all work AFAIK.

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