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From Kwok Peng Tuck <pengt...@makmal.net>
Subject Re: init variables in action class ?
Date Wed, 26 Mar 2003 05:39:00 GMT
You can do this by extending action servlet.
In your servlet that does this, just provide your own init() method.
There is a example that comes with struts that does this, I think it was 
the mail reader example.




Riyaz Mansoor wrote:

>hi
>
>i'm a newbie to using struts so please bear with me.
>
>in my application (which i'm porting to struts) in
>which i formerly used raw servlets, i maintained a
>variable that was initialised on startup (and i always
>set the servlets to start automatically) as this
>variable can be needed by many other servlets at any
>time even if that particular servlet has not been
>called. so this logic was implemented in the init()
>method of the servlet. and depending on the actions
>the user took, this variable would be updated so that
>all other servlets could access the updated variable.
>
>after reading thru struts i'm thinking that this logic
>should (?) be included in the Action extension. my
>problem is, i don't _see_ the Action class having a
>method that gets initialized, when the ActionServlet
>starts up. perhaps i'm looking at this wrong. could
>someone explain this?
>
>i don't want to put the initialization in my jsp
>interface!
>
>please help
>
>riyaz
>
>
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