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Author: James Holmes
Publisher: New York ; London : McGraw-Hill, 2004.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James Holmes
ISBN: 0072231319 9780072231311
OCLC Number: 53912376
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xix, 504 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The Struts Framework --
A Brief History of Web Application Development --
Two Development Models --
A Closer Look at the Model-View-Controller Architecture --
Enter Struts --
Basic Components of Struts --
Acquiring Struts --
Getting Started with Struts --
Building a Simple Struts Application --
Application Overview --
Compiling, Packaging, and Running the Application --
Understanding the Flow of Execution --
The Model Layer --
What Is the Model? --
Struts and the Model --
Reviewing the Model Layer of the Mini HR Application --
The View Layer --
Struts and the View Layer --
Reviewing the View Layer of the Mini HR Application --
Alternative View Technologies --
The Controller Layer --
Struts and the Controller Layer --
The ActionServlet Class --
The RequestProcessor Class --
The Action Class --
The ActionForward Class --
Reviewing the Controller Layer of the Mini HR Application --
Validator --
Creating Custom Validations --
Internationalizing Validations --
Adding Validator to the Mini HR Application --
Tiles --
Internationalizing Tiles --
Using the Tiles Tag Library --
The Tiles Tag Library Tags --
Adding Tiles to the Mini HR Application --
Declarative Exception Handling --
Configuring Struts' Exception Handler --
Creating a Custom Exception Handler --
Adding Declarative Exception Handling to the Mini HR Application --
Struts Modules --
Using Validator with Modules --
Using Tiles with Modules --
Converting the Mini HR Application to Use Modules --
Internationalizing Struts Applications --
Understanding Java's Internationalization Support --
Understanding Struts' Internationalization Support --
Internationalizing the Mini HR Application --
The Struts Tag Libraries --
The HTML Tag Library --
Understanding Variables and Scope in JSP Pages --
The HTML Tag Library Tags --
Common Tag Attributes --
The Bean Tag Library --
Understanding Variables and Scope in JSPs --
Using the Bean Tag Library --
The Bean Tag Library Tags --
The Logic Tag Library --
Understanding Variables and Scope in JSPs --
The Logic Tag Library Tags --
The Nested Tag Library --
Understanding Object Nesting in Struts --
The Nested Tag Library Tags --
Using JSTL with Struts --
Struts Configuration Files --
The Struts Configuration File --
Understanding XML DTDs --
Configuring the web.xml Deployment Descriptor --
The Struts Configuration File Tags --
Metadata Tags --
Editing Struts Configuration Files with Struts Console --
The Tiles Configuration File --
Understanding XML DTDs --
Enabling the Tiles Plugin --
The Tile Configuration File Tags --
Metadata Tags --
Editing Tiles Configuration Files with Struts Console --
The Validator Configuration Files --
Two Configuration Files --
Understanding XML DTDs --
Enabling the Validator Plugin --
The Validator Configuration File Tags --
Editing Validator Configuration Files with Struts Console --
Applying Struts --
Securing Struts Applications --
Levels of Security --
Using Container-Managed Security --
Application-Managed Security --
Testing Struts Applications --
Types of Testing --
Unit Testing Struts Applications --
Use-Case-Driven Testing --
Testing Application Performance --
Using Struts Console as a Stand-alone Application --
Using Struts Console Inside Borland JBuilder --
Using Struts Console Inside Eclipse --
Using Struts Console Inside IBM WebSphere Studio Application Developer --
Using Struts Console Inside IntelliJ IDEA --
Using Struts Console Inside NetBeans and Sun Java Studio --
Using Struts Console Inside Oracle JDeveloper --
Configuring the Struts Console Output Options.
Responsibility: James Holmes.
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