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From craig...@apache.org
Subject cvs commit: jakarta-struts/web/example tour.htm
Date Fri, 12 Oct 2001 02:03:47 GMT
craigmcc    01/10/11 19:03:47

  Modified:    web/example tour.htm
  Log:
  Port fix to typos.
  Submitted by:	Ed Burns <ed.burns@sun.com>
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.7       +3 -3      jakarta-struts/web/example/tour.htm
  
  Index: tour.htm
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /home/cvs/jakarta-struts/web/example/tour.htm,v
  retrieving revision 1.6
  retrieving revision 1.7
  diff -u -r1.6 -r1.7
  --- tour.htm	2001/08/07 18:28:35	1.6
  +++ tour.htm	2001/10/12 02:03:47	1.7
  @@ -231,19 +231,19 @@
   <p>Before passing the request to LogonAction, the ActionServlet looks for the
   LogonForm bean. If it finds it, the ActionServlet updates the bean by matching
   properties named in the HTTP request with properties named in the form bean. If
  -it doesn't find the bean, ActionServlet creates it, so ActionLogon can assume
  +it doesn't find the bean, ActionServlet creates it, so LogonAction can assume
   that it already exists.</p>
   <p>When called by the ActionServlet, LogonAction retrieves the username and
   password from the LogonForm bean. (If just created, the bean will return default
   values.)</p>
  -<p>In the example, LoginAction then checks with the DatabaseServlet to see if
  +<p>In the example, LogonAction then checks with the DatabaseServlet to see if
   the logon matches a registered user. If the logon doesn't match, LogonAction
   adds a message key to an error list. At the end of the routine, if the error
   list is not empty, LogonAction adds a User bean to the session context, and forwards
   control to its input form (login.jsp).</p>
   <blockquote>
   <p><i>Note that direct access to the DatabaseServlet should really be handled
by a
  -business-logic bean, and NOT by LoginAction. To quote the example's author
  +business-logic bean, and NOT by LogonAction. To quote the example's author
   &quot;This should be considered a bug in the example.&quot;&nbsp;</i></p>
   </blockquote>
   <p>If there are no errors, LogonAction places a user bean into the
  
  
  

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