Struts HTML Tags

Struts provides HTML tag library for easy creation of user interfaces. In this lesson I will show you what all Struts HTML Tags are available to the JSP for the development of user interfaces. To use the Struts HTML Tags we have to include the following line in our JSP…

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Struts ActionForm Class

In this post we will learn about the ActionForm in detail. This example will help you understand Struts in detail. We will create user interface to accept the address details and then validate the details on server side. On the successful validation of data, the data will be sent to model (the…

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Struts Action Class

What is Action Class? An Action class in the struts application extends Struts ‘org.apache.struts.action.Action” Class. Action class acts as wrapper around the business logic and provides an inteface to the application’s Model layer. It acts as glue between the View and Model layer. It also transfers the data from the…

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Struts Controller

In this section I will describe you the Controller part of the Struts Framework. I will show you how to configure the struts-config.xml file to map the request to some destination servlet or jsp file. The class org.apache.struts.action.ActionServlet is the heart of the Struts Framework. It is the Controller part…

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Struts Architecture

  Struts follows MVC architecture.The main aim of the MVC architecture is to separate the business logic and application data from the presentation data to the user. Below are the benifits of using MVC design pattern. resuable : When the problems recurs, there is no need to invent a new…

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Introduction to Struts 1.x

Struts 1 was the first release of MVC based framework by the Apache Software foundation in May 2000. In this section we have listed all the tutorials published on our website related to the Struts 1 framework. If you are still maintaining application based on the Struts 1 framework then…

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Spring Batch

Introduction- Many applications within the enterprise domain require bulk processing to perform business operations in mission critical environments. These business operations include automated, complex processing of large volumes of information that is most efficiently processed without user interaction. These operations typically include time based events (e.g. month-end calculations, notices or…

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Spring MVC Flow

Spring MVC is a Model-View-Controller(MVC) web framework build on notion of a central Front Controller servlet (DispatherServlet) which is responsible for dispatching each request to appropriate handlers, resolving views and finally returning the response. It provides solution to layer an application by separating three concerns business, presentation and control flow.…

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Spring Modules

What Are Spring Modules/Different modules of the spring frame work? Spring Core Model:- This Core Module is the base module of a spring frame work application. This Core Module will provide the following information to the spring programmers. The way of creating spring Beans. The way of Configuring Spring Beans.…

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Introduction to Spring

Spring: (WHAT/WHEN/HOW/WHY) What is Spring? It is a lightweight, loosely coupled and integrated framework for developing enterprise applications in java. Spring Framework is built on top of two design concepts – Dependency Injection and Aspect Oriented Programming.  Why use Spring.(Features/Advantages) Whyto use spring is something more of a combination of…

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