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Exercise 1: Building your first Struts Application

Exercise 1: Building your first Struts Application
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Technical Objectives for this exercise: 

1. Create Struts ActionForm and Action 
2. Understand the interaction between RequestProcessor, Action and ActionForm 
3. Start development with CustomerForm.jsp & add tags and TLDs [Using basic Struts tags - html 
4. Understand the basic elements of struts-config.xml 
5. Create ActionForm fields for the JSP form fields 
6. Implement the validate method in ActionForm 
7. Create ActionMapping & associate the correct ActionForm and Action 
8. Create the Action class & implement the execute method 
9. Add ActionForward to the ActionMapping 
10. Understand how to use Message Resource Bundle 
11. Understand how to handle Form display, Form submission and validation 
12. Look for constants in JSP (bean:message, srcKey, altKey etc.) to add them in Resource Bundle 
13. Understand ForwardAction 
14. Look for ActionError keys & add them to Resource Bundle 
15. Build and deploy to WebLogic using the Build script provided and bean tags (totally 11 tags)] 


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