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  • #16
    And that is why I think you are mixing GET and POST parameters because POST parameters AREN'T on the url.

    Try removing the ajax capability (just for fun) and see what is happening. Your form in the jsp looks alright.

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    • #17
      at first there is nothing on the url...

      the post thing i coud get out of firebug there is an function to get what the page do post to the server.

      AND

      Thanks for your help it seems to be the ajax stuff which makes the problems

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      • #18
        Stripping down to the basics is in a lot of situations quite useful . Which ajax implementation do you use? Or is it something homegrown?

        However glad that you figured it out.

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        • #19
          I use this stuff:

          http://www.jenkov.dk/prizetags/index.html

          it was the only one I found for integrating Ajax in spring in a very simpöe way (look at the jsp code....)

          but for most ajax I use yui

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          • #20
            You also might want to take a look at the Spring Modules project and especially the XT Module which enables java support in quite an easy way.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by JanHelmut View Post
              Controller:

              Code:
              public class ReisekostenFormController extends SimpleFormController {
              
              	...
              	private DateFormat dateFormat;
              	...
              }
              Just as a hint: The shared DateFormat is going to be a problem since it is not thread-safe!

              Joerg

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Jörg Heinicke View Post
                Just as a hint: The shared DateFormat is going to be a problem since it is not thread-safe!

                Joerg

                Yes, I have solved the problem (see the posts before)

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                • #23
                  I might have overseen it but I did not see anything about the DateFormat object. The lack of thread-safeness is not related to your current problem, but to your next one

                  Joerg

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                  • #24
                    we fixed it with a dateFormatPropertyEditorRegistrar....

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