Eclipse not validating jsp

I came across a ton of solutions trying to launch tomcat from eclipse, but I like to keep everything as separate as possible- I want writing, running, and viewing to be completely independent steps. To give you some insight into my workflow that touches on the above (whether or not its best practice I cannot say but it works great for me)...I will typically have 2 servers: test and deployment.So please help us how to avoid confirm form submission problem along with server side validations.But after getting server side validation errors if we go back and then go forward or if we refresh that page will get confirm form re-submission problem. If I add in web-inf in that i put like response.sendredirect("login"); then only its working fine.Put the two jar files mentioned above to the application’s classpath and add the following entry to Spring’s application context XML file: Typically, we would return the input form back to the user when any validation errors occurred.And in the JSP form, we can show validation error messages using the Spring’s form errors tag as follows: But after getting server side validation errors if we go back and then go forward or if we refresh that page will get confirm form re-submission problem.JSP files are basically Servlets, and from my understanding are compiled by the container (in your case Tomcat) at runtime.

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I built the divs as per ur suggestion and the javascript worked.So please help us how to avoid confirm form submission problem along with server side validations. Next, set up your project using Maven as described in How-To Build AEM Projects using Apache Maven.But I am a little confused about how to go about the margin/padding/border.My divs currently look like this Raghujosh, You seem to be getting some strange behaviour from your browser.

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