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How the values gets stored in ActionFormbeans ?

 
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Hi All , I have one confusion about Life cycle method of ActionForm that How the values gets stored in ActionFormbeans?
When the call goes as
JSP page to ActionClass (Controller) to Struts-Config.xml
hear If we have written FORMBEAN for corresponding Action Class then it goes to First ActionFormBean
then How can the parameter store in beans Is it request Scope ? How the values gets stored in Formbeans?
 
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Have you considered looking at the default request processor source code?
 
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Sorry ! Still I do not understand !
Can you tell me David how the flow goes of struts with form bean ?
If my Query is Wrong please correct it.!
 
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Have you looked at the source of the default request processor implementation?
 
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