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From sa...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r778159 - /incubator/click/trunk/click/extras/src/org/apache/click/extras/spring/SpringClickServlet.java
Date Sun, 24 May 2009 14:33:52 GMT
Author: sabob
Date: Sun May 24 14:33:51 2009
New Revision: 778159

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc?rev=778159&view=rev
Log:
javadoc

Modified:
    incubator/click/trunk/click/extras/src/org/apache/click/extras/spring/SpringClickServlet.java

Modified: incubator/click/trunk/click/extras/src/org/apache/click/extras/spring/SpringClickServlet.java
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/incubator/click/trunk/click/extras/src/org/apache/click/extras/spring/SpringClickServlet.java?rev=778159&r1=778158&r2=778159&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- incubator/click/trunk/click/extras/src/org/apache/click/extras/spring/SpringClickServlet.java
(original)
+++ incubator/click/trunk/click/extras/src/org/apache/click/extras/spring/SpringClickServlet.java
Sun May 24 14:33:51 2009
@@ -66,26 +66,26 @@
  * Note in this example page the customerService with the @Resource
  * annotation is injected by Spring after the page instance has been instantiated.
  *
- * <pre class="codeJava">
- * <span class="kw">package</span> com.mycorp.page;
+ * <pre class="prettyprint">
+ * package com.mycorp.page;
  *
- * <span class="kw">import</span> javax.annotation.Resource;
- * <span class="kw">import</span> org.apache.click.Page;
- * <span class="kw">import</span> org.springframework.stereotype.Component;
+ * import javax.annotation.Resource;
+ * import org.apache.click.Page;
+ * import org.springframework.stereotype.Component;
  *
- * <span class="kw">import</span> com.mycorp.service.CustomerService;
+ * import com.mycorp.service.CustomerService;
  *
- * <span class="green">&#64;Component</span>
- * <span class="kw">public class</span> CustomerListPage <span class="kw">extends</span>
Page {
+ * &#64;Component
+ * public class CustomerListPage extends Page {
  *
- *     <span class="green">&#64;Resource</span>(name=<span class="st">"customerService"</span>)
- *     <span class="kw">private</span> CustomerService customerService;
+ *     &#64;Resource(name="customerService")
+ *     private CustomerService customerService;
  *
  *     ..
  * } </pre>
  *
  * This is the most powerful and convenient Spring integration option, but does
- * require Spring 2.5.x and Java 1.5 or latter.
+ * require Spring 2.5.x and Java 1.5 or later.
  *
  * <h3>Spring instantiated Pages with Spring XML configuration</h3>
  *
@@ -118,7 +118,7 @@
  *
  * &lt;/beans&gt; </pre>
  *
- * <b>Please Note</b> ensure the page beans scope is set to "prototype" so a
new \
+ * <b>Please Note</b> ensure the page beans scope is set to "prototype" so a
new
  * page instance will be created with every HTTP request. Otherwise Spring will
  * default to using singletons and your code will not be thread safe.
  *
@@ -135,19 +135,19 @@
  * automatically injected by the SpringClickServlet. Note the customerService
  * property will need to be defined in a Spring XML configuration.
  *
- * <pre class="codeJava">
- * <span class="kw">package</span> com.mycorp.page;
+ * <pre class="prettyprint">
+ * package com.mycorp.page;
  *
- * <span class="kw">import</span> org.apache.click.Page;
+ * import org.apache.click.Page;
  *
- * <span class="kw">import</span> com.mycorp.service.CustomerService;
+ * import com.mycorp.service.CustomerService;
  *
- * <span class="kw">public class</span> CustomerListPage <span class="kw">extends</span>
Page {
+ * public class CustomerListPage extends Page {
  *
- *     <span class="kw">private</span> CustomerService customerService;
+ *     private CustomerService customerService;
  *
- *     <span class="kw">public void </span> setCustomerService(CustomerService
customerService) {
- *         <span class="kw">this</span>.customerService = customerService;
+ *     public void setCustomerService(CustomerService customerService) {
+ *         this.customerService = customerService;
  *     }
  *
  *     ..
@@ -170,17 +170,17 @@
  * interface. Using the applicationContext you can lookup Spring beans manually
  * in your pages. For example:
  *
- * <pre class="codeJava">
- * <span class="kw">public class</span> CustomerListPage <span class="kw">extends</span>
Page <span class="kw">implements</span> ApplicationContextAware {
+ * <pre class="prettyprint">
+ * public class CustomerListPage extends Page implements ApplicationContextAware {
  *
- *     <span class="kw">protected</span> ApplicationContext applicationContext;
+ *     protected ApplicationContext applicationContext;
  *
- *     <span class="kw">public void</span> setApplicationContext(ApplicationContext
applicationContext)  {
- *         <span class="kw">this</span>.applicationContext = applicationContext;
+ *     public void setApplicationContext(ApplicationContext applicationContext)  {
+ *         this.applicationContext = applicationContext;
  *     }
  *
- *     <span class="kw">public</span> CustomerService getCustomerService() {
- *         <span class="kw">return</span> (CustomerService) applicationContext.getBean(<span
class="st">"customerService"</span>);
+ *     public CustomerService getCustomerService() {
+ *         return (CustomerService) applicationContext.getBean("customerService");
  *     }
  * } </pre>
  *



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