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Introduction to Struts 0201 - Course duration: 4 days

Course Objectives:

you will learn how to

Describe how Struts fit in a Java application server environment. Use Struts to implement an MVC web application design. Configure a Struts application using struts-config.xml and web.xml. Build a JSP view using Struts and JSTL tags. Handle form validation, error processing, and logging in a Struts environment. Use the Struts Tiles facilities to make the look and feel of a web application flexible and easy to maintain.

Prerequisites

Java Programming, Java Web Programming, or Java2 Enterprise Edition. Java Servlet and JSP programming experience, and a basic understanding of HTML and XML is required.

Course Contents:

1. Course Introduction

  • Course Objectives
  • Course Overview
  • Using the Workbook
  • Suggested References

 2. Struts Overview

  • What is Struts?
  • Model 1 Design Pattern
  • Model 2 / MVC Design Pattern
  • Implementing MVC with a Framework
  • The Struts Framework
  • Basic Struts Components
  • Struts Documentation
  • A Struts-Based Application: Logon

3. Struts in a Simple Web Application

  • Stars Information Application
  • List Stars Flow
  • Display Star Flow
  • ActionServlet: the Controller
  • struts-config.xml
  • ActionForm:Form State
  • The execute Method of StarsListAction
  • The execute Method of StarsDisplayAction
  • Directing Processing Flow with an ActionForward
  • Building a View with Tags
  • Review: Flow through a Typical Struts-Based Application

4. The Controller

  • ActionServlet as a Controller
  • RequestProcessor
  • Developer Responsibilities
  • Mapping
  • Forwards
  • Lifecycle of an ActionForm
  • ActionForm Considerations
  • The reset Method
  • The validate Method

5. Action and the Business Model

  • The execute Method of Action
  • execute() Method Considerations
  • Handling an Error
  • Threading Considerations
  • Some Best Practices for Action
  • More Best Practices for Action

6. The View

  • Forwarding to a View
  • Overview of Struts Tags
  • Struts HTML Tags
  • Form-Related Tags
  • Dealing with URLs
  • Using Error Tags
  • Displaying Messages
  • Struts Bean Tags
  • Struts Logic Tags
  • Some Struts View Best Practices

7. Internationalization

  • I18N and L10N
  • Resource Bundles
  • Java's MessageFormat Class
  • Internationalization in Struts
  • I18N with Struts Tags
  • I18N with JSTL tags
  • I18N within Java Code

8. Advanced Struts Features

  • Accessing Bean Properties
  • DynaActionForm: A Configurable Form
  • Indexed and Mapped Properties in a Form
  • Using indexed="true"
  • Preventing Duplicate Form Submits
  • Using ForwardAction and IncludeAction
  • DispatchAction
  • LookupDispatchAction
  • Implementing a LookupDispatchAction

9. Handling Errors

  • Error Handling Options with Struts
  • Documenting Errors with ActionMessage
  • JSP Error Pages
  • Declarative Java Exception Handling
  • Logging in Struts

10. Validation

  • Validator Overview
  • Validator Requirements
  • Configuring Validator Rules
  • Struts Validators
  • Configuring the Struts Validators
  • Configuring Form Validation - global and formset
  • Configuring Form Validation - form and field
  • Configuring Form Validation - arg
  • Configuring Form Validation - var
  • Validation with Regular Expressions
  • ValidatorForm verses ValidatorActionForm
  • Implementing a Validator Method
  • Other Validator Implications

11. Page Composition with Tiles

  • Tiles Overview
  • Building a Tiles Template
  • Basic Tiles Example
  • Tiles Definitions
  • Additional Options with Definitions
  • Placing Definitions in a Configuration File
  • Using the <put> Tag
  • Enabling the Tiles Plug-In
  • Using Tiles

12. Appendix - Nested Tags

  • Why Nested Tags?
  • Using Nested Tags
  • Parent and Root Tags


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2 days 875
3 days 1115
4 days 1355
5 days 1595

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