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Old April 26th, 2008, 03:34 PM
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Hi,
I have a checkbox field as one of the columns. I have pagination in the page.

The problem i have is, i will loose the status of the checkbox when i go to second page. If i select some of the checkboxes in page 1 and go to page 2 to select some more and if i come back, i loose all the selected checkboxes in page 1.

Is there a way where i could save my check boxes in session and its checked while i browse across pages and gets submitted all at once.

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Argan

 
Old November 26th, 2008, 11:48 PM
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hey, did u get a solution to this problem? it is currently my problem, i dont know how to retain the values of the checkboxes when they are checked, and how to pass all the selected checkboxes when submitted. thanks!
 
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Lots of ways to do this.

You could, indeed, save the list of checked checkboxes in a session variable.

But you could also just store them in hidden form fields.

Remember, an UNCHECKED checkbox has NO VALUE AT ALL when you get to the page that processes it (that's the nature of HTML...nothing to do with JSP). So any checkboxes that *do* have *ANY* value must have been checked. Which makes finding them and storing a list of them into a single string (and then storing that string into a session variable or into a hidden form field) very easy to do.

If you NEED the *values* of all the checkboxes, as well as whether or not they were checked, then likely the easiest thing to do is just create a hidden form field for each one, giving it the same name and value as the checked checkbox you found.





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