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Old June 20th, 2006, 03:34 AM
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Default Populate the drop down


i want to populate drop-down from formbean or action classes
how to do it , Please help me

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Hi,
for the above question first u have to store all the elements of drop-down box into any scopeble object ( request or session or application) in an action class. then in jsp use <html:options ../> to populate the values into drop-down box.

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U can use this option

<html:option value="planID">name</html:option>



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