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Create DropDown in crm isa

Hi,

Iam new to crm isa and we have created a brand new jsp which requires a drop down to be filled dynmically from the backend.

I have created the Business Object,Backend Interface etc which will return me the values and i would capture it in a class called capturaction.java.

I dont know how to trigger and call this action when my jsp page loads.

I can do a form action when iam triggering some action and call the action.

But here i have to fill the drop down with values .Please kindly direct me through this step by step.

Regards

Chaitu

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2010 at 07:53 AM

    Hi Chaitu,

    I think you have already written these objects but just to confirm once again.

    1) backenobject which communicates to ECC/CRM and fetch/send the data.

    2) business object manager

    3) business object

    4) action class ( this action should be called before jsp, collect the data in an arraylist and save that in request.

    fetch this arraylist from request in your jsp and render the dropdown )

    5) modified backendobject-config.xml

    6) modified bom-config.xml

    7) modified config.xml

    If you are done with all the above objects or modification and still not able to get the values than post the error log.

    Tell me you emai so that I can send you a document which I specifically wrote for this scenario only.

    Regards,

    Arshi

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