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.do files in struts

Rajesh Navduri
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Joined: Jun 28, 2001
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Hi,
I am new to Struts. I have a seen a file with .do extension. Can anybody tell me what this file does and where will we use this in struts frame work??
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Rajesh
Adam Hardy
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Joined: Oct 09, 2001
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Where was this *.do file? What was it called and which application did it come with?
The only *.do connected to struts that I know about is the .do servlet mapping in the web.xml to route all such requests to the struts action servlet.
Is that what you mean?


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Rajesh Navduri
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Joined: Jun 28, 2001
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Thanks adam, this is what I need.
Chuck Lowry
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Joined: May 29, 2002
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*.do is a directive in the web.xml file that tells the application server to send all form actions to the controller. The controller then takes whatever the first part of the statement (eg. if action.do, then uses action) and compares it against what is in your struts-config.xml file to determine which action mapping to use. There are no actuall .do files anwhere.
Jason Menard
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Personally I prefer /do/*, but maybe that's just me.
Junilu Lacar
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SBC Ameritech's account management app uses *.struts -- whatever works for you, I guess. We used *.do on the two Struts applications I've worked on.


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Jason Menard
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There are reasons for which one might be preferable to the other. Some browsers will ignore the mime-type sometimes, so if you wanted to serve up a dynamic pdf, you might want a pdf extension so the browser recognizes it. On the other hand, to use modules under 1.1 currently only works with extension mapping.
 
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