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I have been trying to learn Struts 2 through materials available on the net. One thing I just picked up is that there are 5 different return values from the action's execute() method, that are pre-defined in the framework, namely SUCCESS, ERROR, INPUT, LOGIN, NONE.
What I have a doubt about is...we can always set our own return value in the struts.xml file, in the action element. I can obviously do something like the following
and then make the execute() method return "reallycoolresult".
If I can't, then please tell me where my understanding went wrong. If I can, then what's the point of having pre-defined return values?
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If I can, then what's the point/advantage of having pre-defined return types?