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From "Gallagher, Jim (RBoS ITD&S Dublin)" <>
Subject RE: Problem using LookupDispatchAction
Date Fri, 24 Nov 2006 15:30:20 GMT
Thanks, that sounds just like what I'm looking for, except for one thing: I
need meaningful multi-word labels on the buttons, but it looks to me like
the parameter for EventDispatchAction can't cope - is this true, or is it a
question of using the properties file?  



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From: Wendy Smoak [] 
Sent: 24 November 2006 15:04
To: Struts Users Mailing List
Subject: Re: Problem using LookupDispatchAction

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On 11/24/06, Gallagher, Jim (RBoS ITD&S Dublin) <>

>         I've persuaded my project team to upgrade from Struts 1.1 to 
> Struts 1.2.9, simply to allow use of the LookupDispatchAction. 
> However, it's not working correctly for me. Have I misunderstood the 
> requirements, or is there something else obvious I'm doing wrong?

First, EventDispatchAction is a *much* better choice.  Please use that

(LDA does a reverse lookup from button text to property name and then (in
the key method map,) from property name to method name.  You didn't show the
.properties file, but I doubt your getKeyMethodMap method is correct as
written.  Compare it to the one in the Javadoc.)


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