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Thymeleaf + Spring Checkboxes not binding


Thymeleaf + Spring Checkboxes not binding

By : Rahul 'RJ' Jain
Date : November 22 2020, 10:31 AM
To fix this issue SIGH...Well I found out the solution.
I easily overlooked the WebFlow xml def file for the subflow and view state i was in.
code :
<view-state id="duplicate" view="duplicates">
    <transition on="continue" to="checkVehicleInfo" />
    <transition on="back" to="finished" />
</view-state>
model="customerModel"


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Thymeleaf - Spring MVC. Form backing bean with boolean and checkboxes

Thymeleaf - Spring MVC. Form backing bean with boolean and checkboxes


By : Naveen08
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish did fix the issue. So i finally solved it. The Problem was, that I used boolean instead of Boolean and my getter where named like isEnabled instead of getEnabled. This seemed to cause the problem with the mapping between the form element and the backing bean.
Spring Boot, Thymeleaf, ManyToMany checkboxes evaluation

Spring Boot, Thymeleaf, ManyToMany checkboxes evaluation


By : Andrew Wilkinson
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps I found an easy and quick solution. Probably, not the best one, but it works as expected. Hope, it will help someone.
User Entity:
code :
private List<UserType> userTypes = new ArrayList<>();
public String edit(@PathVariable Integer id, Model model) {
    model.addAttribute("user", updatedTypes(userService.getUserById(id)));
    model.addAttribute("types", userTypeService.getAllUserTypes());
    return "users/userform";
}

private User updatedTypes(User user) {
    List<UserType> userTypes = new ArrayList<>();
    for (long i = 0; i < userTypeService.count(); i++) {
        userTypes.add(new UserType());
    }
    for (UserType type : user.getUserTypes()) {
        userTypes.add(type.getId() - 1, type);
    }
    user.setTypes(userTypes);
    return user;
}
 <li th:each="type, stat : ${types}">
     <input type="checkbox" th:field="*{userTypes[__${stat.index}__]}"
           th:value="${type.id}"/>
     <label th:for="|userTypes${stat.index}|+1" th:text="${type.name}">
           name
     </label>
 </li>
Spring Thymeleaf how to bind values of checkboxes to a collection field

Spring Thymeleaf how to bind values of checkboxes to a collection field


By : Pastaru
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I had to write my own Spring Converter to convert from "String" to "Role", mark that class as a @Component and create a @Bean. Then it worked like charm.
code :
@Component
public class StringRoleConverter implements Converter<String, Role> {

    @Override
    public Role convert(String source) {
        Role role = new Role();
        int id = Integer.parseInt(source);
        role.setId(id);
        return role;
    }

    @Bean
    public ConversionService getConversionService() {
        ConversionServiceFactoryBean bean = new ConversionServiceFactoryBean();
        Set<Converter> converters = new HashSet<>();
        converters.add(new StringRoleConverter());
        bean.setConverters(converters);
        return bean.getObject();
    }
}
Getting value of list of checkboxes using thymeleaf, spring boot

Getting value of list of checkboxes using thymeleaf, spring boot


By : tscoffey
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue First at all, your checkbox must have a value field. In the java method to process this form, should be like:
code :
@RequestMapping("/attendance/createall")
public ResponseEntity<String> foo(@RequestParam("present") List<String> values) {

    //.....
}
Spring boot Thymeleaf and angularjs 1 - angularjs http request to spring controller not binding in thymeleaf view

Spring boot Thymeleaf and angularjs 1 - angularjs http request to spring controller not binding in thymeleaf view


By : Minh Tien
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you Thymeleaf was server-side rendering HTML, which mean the HTML page was rendered on the server before it shown on the browser. The other side, angularJS was designed to manipulate DOM from an exisiting HTML pages that already shown in the browser.
So, you can't use thymeleaf markup to shown data that manipulated by angularJS, instead you need to use with angularJS (I assume you want print $scope.responseData) like this:
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