Originally posted by Ted Husted:
ActionForm beans are usually best kept in request scope since this limits potential side effects.
Call the execute method of this action class, passing on a reference to the mapping that was used (thereby providing access to the underlying ActionServlet and ServletContext, as well as any specialized properties of the mapping itself), and the request and response...
The action classes will manipulate the state of the application's interaction with the user, typically by creating or modifying JavaBeans that are stored as request or session attributes (depending on how long they need to be available). Such JavaBeans represent the "model" component of an MVC architecture.
BTW, you also need to modify the deploytool .bat file in the same way as you've modified the others.
20)Which of the following are TRUE about software architectures?
a) Two tier software architectures do not scale to as many clients as three (or more) tier architectures.
b) Two tier architectures lead to more reuse than three or more tier architectures.
c) Thin clients are restricted to GUI parts.
d) Dividing the application architecture into Model, View and Controller layers leads to flexibility.
Multiple Select - Please select all of the correct answers (this question has 2 correct choices).
25)A resulting benefit of using polymorphism is reduction of:
a) methods in the associated classes.
b) subclasses needed to accomplish the same functionality.
c) case statements and conditionals.
d) coupling between classes in the system.
Single Select - Please select the best answer (one and only one choice must be selected).