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QuestionJSP and JSTL and so on ... PinmemberSheraX11-Dec-12 6:20 
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GeneralRe: JSP and JSTL and so on ... PinmemberSheraX11-Dec-12 6:32 
Well, no i dont want you to do my homework ...
We already spent hours on this task, but we dont find a way to solve it in a proper way.
 
We just want to know how to save from dynamic generated text fields into a bean.
As far as i know you can use "c:set" just in your HTML-Code.
 
And ... this doesnt work with autogenerated TextFields, because the JavaScript Code is executed on my WebBrowser(Client-Side) and the Server wont be able to save it into a Bean, because the server doesnt know about these "new" text fields that JavaScript generated.
Server just knows about them if we send a new request, but thats quite "dirty code"
 
I just want suggestions, if anyone has ...
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QuestionXSLT Transforms - how to get just some of in a for-each PinmemberQuickBooksDev8-Dec-12 2:26 
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