Im not sure if this is the correct design approach. But here goes.
I have a public class GlobalActionSupport extends ActionSupport which is implemented by every other action so I have sort of a global action going on. If I want to implement mail I use a class called public class WebMail extends GlobalActionSupport
That being said I have noticed in my design that I use application variables in almost every page so I wanted to alter GlobalActionSupport with a public static interface so I dont have to call and import ActionContext into every action I need it.
This is what I tried to implement.
On the line that has String changeCadence( app.get("KEY_ENTITYID") ); eclipse says "Syntax error on tokens, AnnotationName expected instead" any ideas why?
Does this approach seem OK? instead of calling ActionContext.getContext() in every Action that I need an application variable?
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subject: public static interface for application variables