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By Dave Newton

This e-book takes a transparent method, targeting one subject in line with bankruptcy, yet interspersing different matters within the mainline textual content and in bankruptcy detours. Taking a pragmatic procedure, it discusses agile net improvement utilizing Struts 2, with lots of examples for greater figuring out. This ebook is for Java builders who're drawn to constructing internet functions utilizing Struts. if you would like a finished advent to Struts 2.1, besides crucial elements of extra internet software improvement applied sciences, agile programming practices, instrument production, and alertness lifestyles cycle administration this ebook is for you. you do not need to grasp JavaScript and CSS to take advantage of this ebook because the writer will educate you the mandatory fundamentals. when you are a Struts 1 or WebWork person and want to head forward and migrate to Struts 2, this functional advisor can also be for you

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For now, it's enough to know that Struts 2 packages are a way of dividing up an application's functionality and configuration. The namespace attribute defines the URL prefix used for all actions in the package, and should begin with a slash (/). We configure our simple action by placing an action element inside our package and giving our action a result—a JSP in this case. jsp For the most part, every action will have name and class attributes. The name attribute is used to map a URL to the action class, specified by the class attribute.

Which method we use is largely a matter of preference. The tag is arguably the cleanest, as it's short and it's all in one file. Continuing with message lookup Next on the list of places to look for messages are the superclass property files. Our TextExampleSubAction class extends TextExampleAction. properties are available to TextExampleSubAction. Messages defined in both files will resolve to the more specific, giving us the ability to override messages for subclasses, just like we can override class functionality.

The TextProvider interface I18N support is provided by the TextProvider implementation along with the LocaleProvider (discussed later in this chapter). The TextProvider interface provides access to standard Java ResourceBundles and the messages defined in them. Ultimately, TextProvider provides two methods: • getText()which provides an access to a single message • getTexts() which returns an entire ResourceBundle Both the listed methods have several method signatures. We'll focus on the many variants of getText().

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