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can we extend ActionServlet

padmaratna kamble
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Joined: Apr 26, 2006
Posts: 26
Hello friends..........
please tell me
how we can extends ActionServlet.
if yex give me example
if no
why
Merrill Higginson
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Joined: Feb 15, 2005
Posts: 4864
Yes, you can extend ActionServlet. If you do extend it, all you'd have to do is put the name of your subclass of ActionServlet in the web.xml file instead of ActionServlet.

However, once you study the Struts source code you will find that ActionServlet doesn't really do much. The bulk of the work is done by RequestProcessor. If you want to change how Struts works, you'll most likely want to extend RequestProcessor rather than ActionServlet.

If you extend request processor, just put the following entry in your struts-config.xml file:

<controller processorClass="com.mycompany.MySubclassOfRequestProcessor">
</controller>


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