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Another way is to declare the execute() method in the base class and have it call another abstract method, such as performAction(). Then each derived class would implement performAction() instead. The reason you’d consider doing this is if you have some type of logging code that is common to all Actions that you would like in your base class. 2 Execute Method 33 are perfectly acceptable—it’s really a matter of personal coding preference. I’ve chosen to make the execute() method abstract in the base class, but I’ve also included code to demonstrate both ways in the code download sample.

Xml based on that data. net/ . Another tool to consider is the Struts Console written by James Holmes. 14 Summary 29 JSP to use the Struts HTML tag library for form handling. com/struts/console/. 13 Build, Test, Deploy The last step is to build, test, and deploy the application. Well, I guess one could argue that these are actually three steps, but in a utopian world, one would build, test, and deploy all in one step. It never hurts to dream. In this step, we use our ANT build, and various testing and logging approaches.

Once the user logs on, compares the username and password to those in a database. If the username and password match, then the activity returns success; otherwise, the result is a failure. InsertAction. Takes the necessary information from the JSP and inserts a new record into the database. If the insert is successful, then we will display a message; otherwise, a failure will be returned. SearchAction. Returns the records that match given criteria. The user and what is typed in the various fields from the JSP determine the criteria.

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