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From Mounir Benzid ...@meetingmasters.de>
Subject Re: Does the orrder of wildcard-annotated methods effects greediness?
Date Mon, 19 Mar 2012 11:21:35 GMT
Am 19.03.2012 09:28, schrieb Maurizio Cucchiara:
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> Maurizio Cucchiara
> We could implement a "most specific take a precedence along the path"
> policy (though I don't know how ATM :) ), could you please file an issue on
> jira [1]?
> [1] https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/WW
Definitely not the best or most elegant solution, but some sort of 
@matchPriority(A)

where A is a pos. int value (or zero) and if A > B, A fires before B

could do the trick (for now)


Usage scenario:

@Action(value="some/{stuff}", results={@Result(location ="result.jsp")})
@matchPriority(0)
public String action1() {....}

@Action(value="some/useful/{stuff}", results={@Result(location 
="result.jsp")})
@matchPriority(1)
public String action2() {....}

This way the second action method fires before the first one.


Mounir

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