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Insert a onClick event in a Strut's button

Posted on 2004-04-23
Medium Priority
Last Modified: 2010-07-27
Is possible insert a OnClick event javaScript on an button created by Strut's tag?
Something like this:

<html:submit property="metodo" onClick="javascript:jumpToInsert('../inputDB.do?method=insert);">
     <bean:message key="button.search"/>

Question by:MissBrucoMela
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ID: 10897977

like that :)

Author Comment

ID: 10899491
No, It does not works!
I have a message error:
"Attribute : onClick is not a valid attribute name"
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TimYates earned 375 total points
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<html:submit property="metodo" onclick="javascript:jumpToInsert('../inputDB.do?method=insert);">
     <bean:message key="button.search"/>

onclick NOT onClick
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ID: 10900170
*sniff* only a B grade?  What did I do wrong?

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