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spring-jsonp-support | Adds support for jsonp requests | Model View Controller library

 by   bhagyas Java Version: Current License: No License

 by   bhagyas Java Version: Current License: No License

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spring-jsonp-support is a Java library typically used in Architecture, Model View Controller, Spring applications. spring-jsonp-support has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.
Adds support for jsonp requests in Spring MVC controllers.
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  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 1 open issues and 1 have been closed. There are 1 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
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  • Calls the http servlet .
    • Sets the content length .
      • Set the content type .
        • Get the raw data .
          • Get the output stream .
            • Writes a byte .
              • Initialize this servlet .
                • Destroys the image

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                  spring-jsonp-support Key Features

                  Adds support for jsonp requests in Spring MVC controllers.

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                        <dependency>
                  	<groupId>com.intera.util</groupId>
                  	<artifactId>spring-jsonp-support</artifactId>
                  	<version>0.0.2</version>
                  </dependency>

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                  QUESTION

                  Multiple submit buttons for post in Javascript/Node/EJS

                  Asked 2022-Mar-30 at 05:16

                  So I'm learning Javascript and one of the things I'm practicing is a model view controller of sorts. Right now I have a form with multiple ejs templates, but only the first one pertains to this question.

                  The first is Home.ejs

                  <DOCTYPE html>
                      <html>
                          <head>
                              <title> HomeTitle </title>
                              <style>
                  
                                  body{background: skyblue;}
                  
                              </style>
                              <body>
                                  <p> Welcome Home</p>
                                  <div>
                                      
                                   <form id ="redirect" method="POST">
                                        <input type="submit"value="SignIn" >
                                        <input type="submit" value="Exit" >
                                      </form>
                              </body>
                              <script>
                              </script>
                              
                          </head>
                      </html>

                  I also have a router.js that handles as the router file.

                  // Importing the module
                  const express=require("express")
                  var bodyParser=require('body-parser')
                    
                  // Creating express Router
                  const router=express.Router()
                  var jsonParser= bodyParser.json()
                  var urlencodedParser =bodyParser.urlencoded({extended: false});
                  // Handling login request
                  router.get("/",(req,res,next)=>{
                    res.render('home.ejs')
                  })
                  
                  
                  router.post("/", urlencodedParser, function (req,res){
                    return res.redirect("/login");
                  })
                  
                  router.get("/login",(req,res,next)=>{
                    res.render("profile.ejs")
                  })
                  
                  
                  router.post("/login", urlencodedParser, function (req,res){
                  
                    console.log(req.body)
                    //res.send(req.body.first)
                    return res.redirect('/');
                  
                  })
                  module.exports=router

                  In my Home.ejs I have two submit buttons, one for signing in, and one for exiting. At present, pressing either button takes me to the sign in page (profile.ejs) I am rendering (b/c there's only one render destination). Is there a way for me to differentiate which button was pressed in the javscript section so that I can chose which page I want to render. For example pressing the Sign In button would render one ejs template, whereas Exit would go to another template that I would render.

                  The first router.post is the post function where ideally the solution for differentiating would be since that is where I handle rendering the new page based on the post data.

                  ANSWER

                  Answered 2022-Mar-30 at 05:16

                  You can assign a name to your inputs:

                  <input type="submit" value="SignIn" name="submit">
                  <input type="submit" value="Exit" name="submit">
                  

                  Then check the value of submitted input and render/redirect based on that value:

                  const submit = req.body.submit;
                  if(submit === "SignIn"){
                    //Do something
                  } else if(submit === "Exit"){
                    //Do Something
                  } else {
                  }
                  

                  Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71670420

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                  Vulnerabilities

                  No vulnerabilities reported

                  Install spring-jsonp-support

                  Checkout the project from github or download the tar/zip file and extract it. Run mvn clean install. Add the following dependency to your project. Modify and add the following lines to each of the following files.
                  Checkout the project from github or download the tar/zip file and extract it.
                  Run mvn clean install
                  Add the following dependency to your project. <dependency> <groupId>com.intera.util</groupId> <artifactId>spring-jsonp-support</artifactId> <version>0.0.2</version> </dependency>
                  Modify and add the following lines to each of the following files.
                  When you are making the request, add .json at the end of the jsonp request and use a callback parameter.

                  Support

                  This project contains artifacts you can use for adding support for jsonp in your Spring MVC Controllers. You can also use this in your Spring Roo projects to add jsonp support for controllers generated using @RooJson and @RooWebJson . For more information on how this works, please read the following article. Special thanks to the original author of the article.

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