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From "Martin Gainty" <mgai...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: [struts2] ConfigurationBuilder
Date Thu, 02 Nov 2006 18:32:49 GMT
the real test is to see if you can import the configBuilder classes/interfaces with respect
to their functional grouping
Given any web application can you import your configBuilder generayed entity beans to a say
a 
JDeveloper created package such as model.packagename ?

M-
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mike Baroukh" <mbaroukh@cardiweb.com>
To: "Struts Users Mailing List" <user@struts.apache.org>
Sent: Thursday, November 02, 2006 11:47 AM
Subject: [struts2] ConfigurationBuilder


> 
> Hi.
> 
> I don't know if this post is on the right place.
> I wanted to speak about a method I use to build my struts2 (but I was 
> doing the same with struts1 ...) configuration file.
> This to :
> - share my experience
> - eventually have any comment that tell me why I'm totally wrong.
> - eventually, have any return from struts2 developpers who think this 
> way to do could be incorporated in struts2 ...
> 
> 
> I build web application in a developper team.
> Once, I said to me that struts1/2 configuration file is not enough 
> modular and boring to do (especially with tiles !).
> I also thought that there was not enough check or constraints :
> - no check for class or view existence.
> - no way to say that this 'pool' of actions MUST herite from this class 
> or implements that interface
> 
> 
> So I made my struts configbuilder.
> Here is an example of what it does :
> <struts>
>    <package name="packagename" >
>        <action name="affichePrestation" class="MyActionAction">
>            <result name="success">view.jsp</result>
>        </action>
>    </package>
> </struts>
> 
> wich reside in package "mymodule" is automatically included in the 
> package "packagename" loaded before (so benefit of interceptors, 
> extends, ...) and action is converted to
>  <action name="affichePrestation" class="mymodule.MyActionAction">
>       <result name="success">/WEB-INF/classes/mymodule/view.jsp</result>
>  </action>
> 
> As you can see :
> - packages with the same name are "aggregated"
> - class names are automatically expanded
> - view names are automatically expanded too.
> 
> Also, I if use tiles, jsp name is automatically replaced with a 
> generated tiles name that is automatically created and incorporated in 
> the main tiles config file.
> 
> 
> For views, you can see that I used to put jsps in the same package of 
> actions. this way
> - it's much, much  simplier.
> - jsps are accessible via /WEB-INF/classes/<packagename>/
> - action + config + jsp = a sort of component : I can, for example, 
> refactor and change package name. My component will continue to work 
> correctly without having to change anything.
> I suppose that there must be a lot of people who will think that this 
> way to do is "bad", but what I can say is that applications are much 
> more easy to write and much more easy to maintain. I do that from about 
> 2 years now and I had no problem on any application server I use (resin, 
> tomcat, weblogic, websphere, jboss ...).
> 
> 
> In fact, it's  simple, but helps a lot when writing web applications.
> 
> 
> Mike
> 
> 
>


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