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how to maintain checked and unchecked results in pagination

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i want to implement paging;results will come from DB;IN EVERY PAGE  i should display  10 records;each record has checkbox;in the first page i checked 5 records and in the next page i checked another 5 records and i navigate between first page and second page the checked and unchecked results should be populated.how to proceed this??how to maintain checked and unchecked results.can i anybody provide pseudo code??
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by:bloodredsun
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Just store the results in the session and check for them when you output the checkbox.

A better way would be with Ajax but that may be a little advanced for this.
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by:jaggernat
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keep the form-bean(which holds the field values including checkbox values) in session . that will maintain state of all your checkboxes though out the session while you switch pages.For table you can use Display table tag.
Nice n Easy.

http://displaytag.sourceforge.net/11/
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by:chaitu chaitu
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how to maintain checked and unchecked results;;
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by:jaggernat
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if form-bean is in session, it will automatically maintain checked and unchecked results
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by:chaitu chaitu
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I have not this form-bean before;can u  provide some examples how to use this??
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by:chaitu chaitu
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used this form-bean before;;;
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by:chaitu chaitu
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we need to implement this kind of paging in so many places, so please tell me how to use form-bean and provide some examples.
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by:chaitu chaitu
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here main thing we shouild remember is  when  user checks 1 record or 2 , 3 records  first it should remove from the unchecked results and then it should add into checked results and vice-versa.
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by:chaitu chaitu
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the example u priovide is not much elaborative?

i want this kind of functionality.

http://www.common-controls.com/cc2/listcontrol/sample107/userRightsBrowse.do
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