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From "Frank W. Zammetti" <>
Subject RE: Struts 1.3 & custom controller
Date Tue, 03 May 2005 16:12:20 GMT
I'm going to try and find some time next week to do strutsws in 1.3... as
much for my own learning as for anyone else, but I think that might be a
good thing to post about on the Wiki, a real-life example step-by-step. 
Even those that have never looked at strutsws may find the walk-through

I'm taking the family on vacation tomorrow though and won't be back until
Monday, so I won't get to it before late next week at best.  Don't hold
out for it Marco :)

Frank W. Zammetti
Founder and Chief Software Architect
Omnytex Technologies

On Tue, May 3, 2005 11:22 am, Joe Germuska said:
> At 3:24 PM +0100 5/3/05, Marco Mistroni wrote:
>>Hello Frank,
>>	If  Str1.3 RP is implemented as set of commands, then shouldn't
>>I be able to extend It to add my own commands (such as one that does the
>>In your request processor)..
>>I think it should be possible.... at least I would like to support J2ME
>>clients (via strutsws), HTML clients and WML clients for my
>>So I could define a RP which contains set of commands for handling
>>request depending on the user agent..
>>I need just some docs for Struts 1.3 Request Processor.......
>>Any good links (other than sourcecode)?
> I suppose not.  This is something we need to do, and something which
> will be easier to do based on feedback from newcomers who don't know
> it so well.  (To be honest, it will be rather a while before I have
> time to write docs for the ComposableRequestProcessor, although if
> someone else wrote some stuff, I might have some time to review it.)
> Really, as I think about your question, it's hard for me to know
> where to start, since it seems so obvious to me ;-)  But then, I have
> been using struts-chain to back a webapp for more than a year now.
> But the questions you've been asking on the list have been helpful,
> and if you feel like you can boil any of your learning down, maybe
> you can find a spot in the Wiki to start gathering some notes?
> Joe
> --
> Joe Germuska
> "Narrow minds are weapons made for mass destruction"  -The Ex
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