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How can I capture the value of the tag in MVC page?

HI Experts:

I use "<thtmlb:inputfield>" and "<thtmlb:dropdownLIstBox>" in the page of the view.

Now I want to capture the value of the inputfield and dropdownListBox in the event that is triggered when a button tag of the page in the htm is Clicked, the event is in the view controller implementation class, but I don't now which sentence can capture the value.

Please help me. Thanks.

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  • Posted on Sep 10, 2010 at 11:00 AM


    For input field, take this as example

    <%@page language="abap"%>
    <%@extension name="htmlb" prefix="htmlb"%>
    <htmlb:content design="design2003">
      <htmlb:page title = " ">
     <htmlb:inputField id            = "fieldId"
                            invalid        = "true"
                            value          = "<%=ld_fieldid%>"
                            required       = "true"/>

    suppose this is ur layout and now in your code handle_event,you can handle the value which is there in the input field


    DATA: data_input  TYPE REF TO cl_htmlb_inputfield,
            ld_fieldid  TYPE string.
      data_input ?= cl_htmlb_manager=>get_data(
                                          request = runtime->server->request
                                          name    = 'inputfield'
                                          id      = 'fieldId' ).
      IF data_input IS NOT INITIAL.
        ld_fieldid = data_input->value.

    This is how you can hadle the input field values



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  • Posted on Sep 10, 2010 at 11:03 AM

    For dropdown paste your code so that i can help you out



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