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  • sucessView page also contains spring:bind

    guys,

    i came from a view with a spring:bind w/c i can successfully receive the values in my controller, but then my problem is the next view, will also have a spring:bind w/c i always get an error is there is a spring:bind tag, but when you remove the spring:bind tag, it would work.

    but i need the spring:bind tag to be there.

    how must i do this.

    can i put an urlMapping to be a success view, so that it would first go to a controller again before displaying the page i wanted that has a spring:bind tag?

    any help would be very much appreciated. thanks

  • #2
    but then my problem is the next view, will also have a spring:bind
    Try using RedirectView

    If it is all part of one workflow, try using AbstractWizardFormController

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    • #3
      i cant use simpleFormController?

      is there a way from a simpleFormController?

      thanks. but will look at your suggestion

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      • #4
        help. any more ideas about this?

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        • #5
          Why don't you use RedirectView, as katentim suggested? You do not need to use a WizardFormController, but it might be helpfully in some cases.

          Simon

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          • #6
            can i just return RedirectView from my SimpleFormController?

            thx

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            • #7
              can i just return RedirectView from my SimpleFormController?
              Yes

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