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Q.How to handle Handling multiple buttons in HTML Form ?

You have to use a variation of the <html:submit> as shown below to tackle this problem.

<html:submit property=?step?>
<bean:message key=?button.save?/>
</html:submit>

<html:submit property=?step?>
<bean:message key=?button.delete"/>
</html:submit>

In the Message Resource

button.save = Save Me;
button.delete = Delete


you have to add a variable named ?step? in the ActionForm and then add
two methods getStep() and setStep()

In the execute() method.
public ActionForward execute(ActionMapping mapping,
ActionForm form, HttpServletRequest request,
HttpServletResponse response) throws Exception
{

CustomerForm custForm = (CustomerForm) form;
ActionForward forward = null;
if ( ?Save Me?.equals(custForm.getStep()) ) {
System.out.println(?Save Me Button Clicked?);
} else if(?Delete?.equals(custForm.getStep()) ){
System.out.println(?Delete Button Clicked?);
}
return forward;
}

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