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From Paul Benedict <>
Subject Re: Calling Struts Action file through command line.
Date Tue, 17 Aug 2010 19:44:38 GMT
If you want to create mocks for your JEE objects, perhaps it's possible.

On Tue, Aug 17, 2010 at 2:42 PM, E2241 <> wrote:

> Hi,
> 1.) I would like to know if it is possible to call the struts framework
> through a command line or a console application. Can one call an action
> class? Is there any possibility to do so? I think its not possible as
> everything would depend on the struts-config file and the Http Request
> object. From the config file the request would probably know which action
> class to invoke and the respective bean (if needed for any business logic)
> would be called.
> 2.) I have a web application which is based on the struts framework. I know
> for a fact that only once the request is submitted the struts-config would
> map the action and the bean. But what happens in a case where there would
> be
> no Http Servlet Request object, instead it would be a call from a console
> application trying to invoke an action class to perform the business logic;
> is that possible?
> 3.) What if i create a HttpServletRequest object in the console app and
> then
> call the action class? Can we call the action class in this manner by
> instantiating it and calling execute(). Then I would probably have to call
> the bean in the action class itself beating the MVC pattern framework and
> the use of the config file. Not sure if we can invoke the config file from
> command line.
> Please give your thoughts on this. I am not sure if I have been clear
> enough
> in explaining this. My main requirement is to try and see if i can call and
> execute the business logic implemented on the struts framework (in action
> and bean) through a console application
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