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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Struts Wiki] Update of "StrutsNavigationBasics" by MichaelJouravlev
Date Thu, 20 Jul 2006 21:12:48 GMT
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The following page has been changed by MichaelJouravlev:
http://wiki.apache.org/struts/StrutsNavigationBasics

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  == Navigation Between Pages ==
- A typical web application is a collection of web resources linked with each other. When
using Struts, every web resource is represented with one or more action classes and form beans.
When web resource is asked to render itself, a corresponding action class selects a view that
reflects current state of the web resource, and sends it to the browser. 
+ A typical web application is a collection of web resources linked with each other. When
using Struts, every web resource is represented with one or more action class/form bean pairs.
When web resource is asked to render itself, a corresponding action class selects a view that
reflects current state of the web resource, and sends it to the browser. 
  
+ inline:basic_action_asp.gif
+ 
- Struts approach is different from page-oriented framewors like ASP.NET, where a user requests
a page, and web server displays that page. In ASP.NET web resource is equal to web page, while
in Struts one web resource can have several corresponding web pages.
+ Struts approach is different from page-oriented framewors like ASP.NET, where a user requests
a page and web server displays it. In ASP.NET web resource is equal to web page, while in
Struts one web resource can have several corresponding web pages.
  
  == Round Trip And Postback ==
  

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