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A question on <result>

Thomas Kennedy
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Kerniawan's Struts 2 Design and Programming has a snippet on page 47 as follows:



1. Is it correct to say that the second <result> will be used for all return values other than "input"?

2. It is correct to say that the <global-results> element, if there is one, will never be consulted?


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1) No. The default result name is "success", and it will be used by anything returning "success", but nothing else.
2) No. Why wouldn't it be?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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