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Subject [Struts Wiki] Update of "RoughSpots" by GabrielZimmerman
Date Mon, 24 Apr 2006 22:25:53 GMT
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The following page has been changed by GabrielZimmerman:

    1. Remove OGNL Map attributes (and List/Set to be consistent) such as size, isEmpty, iterator.
These can be accessed by size(), empty, and iterator() respectively and the way it works now
you can never have myMap['size'] because it will just get the size not the value of the map
with key 'size'.
    1. Allow indexable parameters similar to how it works in struts (with indexed="true")
but being able to take advantage of XWork's advanced type conversion features. See: [].
This is unfortunately not trivial at all. 
    1. Get rid of the use of static constant variables that are used in the key in the stack
and accessed all over the place like XWorkNullHandler.CREATE_NULL_OBJECTS etc. I've started
to do that with the OgnlContextState class, but it's not complete and I'm not sure if that's
the best way to do it.
+   1. Specify and simplify Interceptor scope. Currently, you have an Interceptor that calls
actionInvocation.invoke() and then returns a different result than actionInvocation.invoke()
returns, the actionInvocation.invoke() result will be used anyway. This is confusing and muddies
the meaning of the Interceptor API, which IMHO should simply wrap the action not the action
all the way through to the end of the result. The reason it's set up the way it is, as I understand
it, is so that Interceptors can clean up resources like connections after the result is returned.
However, I wonder if we can implement a request based object that can take care of such resources
and destroy them at the end of the request rather than using Interceptors in this way.
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