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Regarding JavaScript alert from action class in struts 2

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I have a button called Delete in jsp page.when i click on it first it should show me an pop up alert to confirm the deletion.When click on yes it should call my action class method and there by should delete the record in database also.
How can give a javascript alert and click on yes it shoudl call my action class method.
I am using struts 2.0
please help me out.
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Question by:SonyAgarwal
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function method()
{
   if (confirm("should I carry on with deletion"))
  {
      //do struts action call
  }
}
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by:leakim971
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Use the onclick attribute of the button and "confirm" dialog box : http://www.w3schools.com/jsref/met_win_confirm.asp

 
<input type="button" value="delete" onclick="if( confirm('Really ?') ) deleteFunction();" />

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how can i call action class method on click of yes... in pop up alert.
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by:gurvinder372
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It will enter the if condition only if you click on yes.
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by:SonyAgarwal
ID: 33702176
ok will try that way.Thanks
I have one more requirement of same java script please suggest me solution for this.
I have a drop down which has multiple values in that and for each value selected i will call action class there based on the value i selected i will make a different method call.So among the values in drop down i have a delete functionality.when i select delete from drop down and click on save it should not call action class first instead it should give be a alert saying "sure you want to delete " when click on yes it should call action class method.But in struts.xml file i mapped save button to action class now only for this situation how can i make a action class call.
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by:gurvinder372
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<select onclick="callAjax(this)">
  <option value="add">Add</option>
  <option value="del">Delete</option>
</select>

function callAjax(thisObj)
{
   if(thisObj.value="del")
   {
         if( confirm( "You really really wanna delete this?" ) )
         {
               \\ajax call  
         }  
   }
}
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by:SonyAgarwal
ID: 33716921
<s:submit type="button" value="Delete" action="deletet" onclick="delete()" />

javascript call is not working with onClick command in struts 2 ...
its not going to that method call

<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
 function delete() {
 alert("cat");
 alert(dog);
 }
 </script>
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thanks for the points
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