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From Dave Newton <>
Subject Re: namespace vs package
Date Mon, 27 Dec 2010 18:15:02 GMT
Yes, there's a default package, and its value is shown in the documentation
for the Convention plugin IIRC (which I may very well not, and I'm
struggling w/ limited Verizon connectivity on my Google CR-48 laptop at the


(Like I how I just snuck in that part about the Google laptop? My geek cred
shot up like maybe a thousand percent when that thing showed on my doorstep,
so I gotta brag every now and then.)

On Mon, Dec 27, 2010 at 1:11 PM, Greg Akins <> wrote:

> On Mon, Dec 27, 2010 at 1:05 PM, Dave Newton <>
> wrote:
> > It *is* the default namespace, but almost always ends up being confusing
> at
> > some point. The minimal namespace I recommend is "/".
> OK.. that makes sense.
> > There's no direct relationship between package and namespace other than a
> > package has a namespace--I always figured it was to allow decoupling of
> > paths and packages.
> Here is what I'm having a tough time understanding.
> Those Actions in sigmm.actions are in the default namespace; and are
> in the a package by virtue of the <package name="" /> in the
> struts.xml in which they're configured.
> If I'm using the Convention plugin, is there a "default" package,
> assuming I haven't used @ParentPackage or the
> struts.convention.default.parent.package prop in
> What I want to do, if it makes sense, is have an Action in
> and an interceptor class in sigmm.interceptors
> I'd expect the actions in mobile to be in the /mobile namespace; think
> they'd be in the package and don't know what
> package/namespace the Interceptor would be in (Other than the java
> package sigmm.interceptors).
> --
> Greg Akins

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