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Servlets in struts framework

 
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how many servlets are there in struts framework ???

Can i say my Action class is a servlet ???
 
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Action is not servlet. Action classes are model in FrameWork..

ActionServlet is servlet in Struts Framework.

Type of Action Classes :

Action
DispatchAction
LookupDispatchAction
ImageLookupDispatchAction
ForwardAction

Which used as per application requirements.


 
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Alpesh Padra wrote:Action is not servlet. Action classes are model in FrameWork..


Action classes are model? can you please explain?
 
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Action is the controler, Form is the model.
 
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There are no Model components in the Struts framework. One of the biggest misconceptions is that business logic should be coded in Action classes and that ActionForms are model data.

Struts is a framework for building the View and the Controller parts only.

All of the Struts classes that start with 'Action' are part of the Controller and the developer writes Action classes to customize the behavior of the Controller.

Struts is called a MVC framework because it "helps" with creating a MVC-based application. However, it does not provide anything for the Model part.

That said, when developers attempt to write a Model in the Struts (it can be done), there typically are failures and unwanted dependencies as well as a bunch of other crap
 
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Thanks Frank for the detail information... Thank you everybody...

all my doubts are clear now...
 
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