what is the purpose of action servlet and action?




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what is the purpose of action servlet and action?..

Answer / arun prasanth

Action Servlet is backbone of struts Framework.It is the
main ControllerComponent
Action class contain userlogic .It return the next View
to the Framework

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what is the purpose of action servlet and action?..

Answer / cokekrish

The class org.apache.struts.action.ActionServlet is called
ActionServlet.This class plays the role of controller. All
the requests to the server goes thorugh the controller. It
is responsible for handling all the requests.

Action is part of Model. The purupose of Actionclass is to
translate the HttpServletRequest to the business logic. To
use Action we need to subclass and overwrite the execute()
method. all database and business processing are done here.

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what is the purpose of action servlet and action?..

Answer / k@r/\/@d

Most of whats said is correct...

The class org.apache.struts.action.ActionServlet is called
ActionServlet.This class plays the role of controller. All
the requests to the server goes thorugh the controller. It
is responsible for handling all the requests.


----> (Action is part of Model.) --> Its still a part of
controller as it directs you to the appropriate business
processor class (which is a part of model).

The purupose of Actionclass is to
translate the HttpServletRequest to the business logic. To
use Action we need to subclass and over(RID)e the execute()
method.

all database and business processing are done here. -->
These CAN be done here, but shouldn't as it would defeat the
purpose of having a seperate Model layer i.e. Business
Layer. The request must be directed to a business class
which would process the request, perform the neccesary
Database operations if any, wrap the response in a response
object and send it back to the action class to be directed
to the next view by means of mapping.findForward...

Thats my take on this...

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what is the purpose of action servlet and action?..

Answer / pkr_reddy

action servlet is responsible to identify the request and
receive the request.this is initial starting point to the
communication and justify the purpose of the communication
across the diff environments.
org.apachi.struts.action.actionsevlet;

action classes is define to be the user.it is controller
where we provide the user defined controller logical
transactions which allways listen to actionservlet.

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what is the purpose of action servlet and action?..

Answer / venu

ActionServlet is the builtin servlet. ActionServlet nothing
but a controller.ActionServlet provided by the struts
Framework.ActionServlet having the following inbuilt design
patterens.
1 singleton designpatteren.
2.FrontController
3.ApplicationController
4.MVC
5.Data Transfer object/value object
6.Inversion of controll/Dependency injection

ActionServlet take the multiple request but it creats
single instance for that requests by using singleton
designpatteren.

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