By Arnold Doray
Starting Apache Struts will offer you a operating wisdom of Apache Struts 1.2. This booklet is perfect for you Java programmers who've a few JSP familiarity, yet very little previous event with Servlet technology.
Organized in a condensed instructional and lab layout, the fabric during this booklet has been demonstrated in actual lecture room environments. It takes a step by step, hands-on method of instructing you Struts. The e-book even previews the following iteration of Struts, the Apache Shale. the general result's so you might fast practice Struts in your paintings settings with self belief.
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Listing 4-2. tld The main points to notice from Listing 4-2 are • The taglib-uri body must match the uri attribute of the taglib declaration given in the JSP file. • The taglib-location body must contain the relative path to the TLD file. tld. The physical location of the TLD file is always relative to the root folder of the webapp’s WAR file (or relative to your web application’s subdirectory in the servlet container’s webapps directory). tld. Finally, the TLD file is just an XML document containing metadata describing the tags in the library.
Tagext. TagSupport. This base handler class represents custom tags having no body, but possibly having attributes. jsp. BodyTagSupport instead. Of course, using BodyTagSupport doesn’t mean your tags must have a body when they are used on JSPs. What it does mean is that you have to implement an extra handler function to process the tag’s body. To keep things simple, in what follows we will focus on BodyTagSupport. fm Page 27 Monday, December 12, 2005 3:47 PM CHAPTER 4 ■ CUSTOM TAGS ■Note I’ve bent the truth a little here.
The next two chapters give you an in-depth look at two aspects of JSP technology that even many experienced JSP developers might not grasp fully, but that are crucial to your understanding of Struts. com/book/bookDisplay. \webapps directory is where you deploy your web application. war extension. xml file to configure Tomcat. • Your Java classes and third-party JAR files go into WEB-INF\classes and WEB-INF\lib, respectively. • Two very important servlet classes are HttpServletRequest and HttpSession.