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From Kishore Senji <kishorese...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Is the best way to have multiple struts-config.xml andtiles-defs.xml files, modules?
Date Wed, 12 Oct 2005 15:23:18 GMT
I think a Filter would be ideal for this. Based on the users locale, (or any
logic which identifies a webpage of particular language) the Filter can
maintain the number of hits.

On 10/12/05, Bryon Lape < bslstruts@grey-net.com> wrote:
>
> Along similar lines, I have a question of using modules for
> internationalization. We have a requirement to not only support i18n, but
> to be able to tell the client how many of their visitors are seeing which
> language version of any particular web page. I had thought of using
> modules to help keep message resources and to generate URLs that contain
> the language information. Is there a better way to track such
> information?
>
> Bryon
>
> > Some people prefer to stay away from modules (I have a vague memory of
> at
> > least one Struts committer saying they generally try to avoid them for
> > example). One option that Craig turned me on to (and I hope I'm
> > remembering this right!) is using entities to import XML into another.
> If
> > the only real purpose of using modules is to better organize your
> multiple
> > struts-config files and tiles-defs, this might be a good answer.
> >
> > <!ENTITY struts_config_2 SYSTEM "config_files/struts_config_2.xml">
> > ...
> > &struts_config_2;
> >
> > That, more or less, functions as an import, as I recall (someone PLEASE
> > correct me if I got the syntax, or the concept of course, wrong).
> >
> > Of course, if you have another purpose for modules, like if you have a
> > desktop CRM application that has a number of largely independent
> > sub-components (I picked this example because we're discussing this very
> > thing right now), then they might be a good fit.
> >
> > --
> > Frank W. Zammetti
> > Founder and Chief Software Architect
> > Omnytex Technologies
> > http://www.omnytex.com
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> > Yahoo: fzammetti
> > MSN: fzammetti@hotmail.com
> >
> > On Tue, October 11, 2005 4:36 pm, Preston CRAWFORD said:
> >> I've done this in the past. Used modules to logically (and for the sake
>
> >> of having sane config files) break up these config files. However I'm
> >> wondering if anyone avoids using modules and maybe merges the files
> >> using ANT or something? Reason I ask is because I know there are
> >> pitfalls to using modules and I'm not sure I want to have to deal with
> >> them for this project (pitfalls like switching between the parent and
> >> the module, pathnames, etc.).
> >>
> >> Preston
> >>
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