Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
In this tutorial you will learn about the ValueStack and the ActionContext and then see how to use the property tag, the set tag and the push tag to store and retrieve data.
In this example you will learn how to use the iterator tag and the if and else tags.
This tutorial explains how NetBeans can help us easily develop web applications that take advantage of the JavaServer Faces framework.
Well-illustrated, detailed explanation of one of the most popular sorting algorithms. In addition to algorithm description you will find implementations in both Java and C++.
Are you new to Struts Framework? Here is a list of simple and easy-to-understand tutorials for you.
This chapter shows how to use the Guvnor rule editor to write sophisticated rules and get information in and out of our rules. It demonstrates how to create the fact model needed to do this. We import our new fact model into the Guvnor and then build a guided rule around it and finally test our rule as a way of making sure that it runs correctly.
Are you new to Struts Framework? Here is a list of simple and easy-to-understand examples for you.
In this annotation example you will learn how to use the Action and Result annotations and see how to change the default location of the result pages.
In this tutorial you will learn how to use a application domain object as the FormBeans property. You will see how the params interceptor help in automatically transferring the form property values to the application domain object and how to retrieve the values back in the jsp page using OGNL expression language.
In this example you will see how to perform validations using XML validation file. You will learn the naming convention for the XML validation file and see how to do field validations.
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