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FormBean for two action classes.

 
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Hi,
Can we use same FormBean for two action classes?
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Yes. i have infact even read somewhere that we s'd think of designing forms that can serve more than one actions. Basically we might end up with a situation where some of the propeties of the form might not be relevant to some of the views for which it is being used. I infact found somebody recommending this as one of the ways of designing ActionForms!
W'd this be the case when we are processing user inputs across multiple views( ie basically workflows that span multiple user clicks/ jsps?)
thanks.
 
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