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Thread: Getting table height using JSTL

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    Default Getting table height using JSTL

    hi everyone, am new here and hope will get help as much as i desire..

    Having a scrollable table, the height will change as the data is loaded. Using JSTL, can i get the new height? I know in Javascript one could use document.getElementById('tableId').height ... but require this using JSTL

    Thanx in advance


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    Default Re: Getting table height

    Hello jsnx7 and welcome to the Java programming forums.

    I can't seem to find any information on this myself. Could you please post your code for me to look at?
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