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    Hello

    My problem is some what the same as an old post her describes, but i'm not content with the sugested solutions.

    ref: http://forum.springframework.org/showthread.php?t=15355

    I'm trying something similar. I have a login form thats suposed to be pressent on all pages, and some other forms.

    I have solved this with sturts tiles.
    I include several form views.
    I have one form controller for each form

    This causes several problems.

    If i set the form action parameter to point to the coresponding form controller i get problems when the validator rejects the values. This results in only the sub form beaing displayd.

    If I try to drop the action parameter something strange happens. All the forms seam to be posted. What I think happens is that the framework picks up the commit and start binding all command objects and start to prosess them.

    I solved this by including a hiden field with the command name, cheking for the value inn the validator, then rejecting it if the value was wrong. This seamed to work, but then I got problems when the main controller is a SimpleFormController. Then a submitt only causes the main controllers command object to be processed, so the other forms on the page wont be processed.


    If ther is a way to spessify errorView some how it wold solv my problem.
    Then I could simply use the action property and every ting would be fine and un complicated.

    Any bright ideas?
    Last edited by robyn; May 16th, 2006, 04:24 AM.

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    You may want to take a look at Spring Web Flow. It solves issues related to state elegantly.

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