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From Jakarta Tomcat Newsgroup (@Basebeans.com) <jakarta-...@basebeans.com>
Subject A new version of a sample webApp with DB (using Struts)
Date Mon, 27 May 2002 19:10:02 GMT
Subject: A new version of a sample webApp with DB (using Struts)
From: Vic C <vic@basebeans.com>
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A new version of Struts/MVC webApp training up available for download on 
StrutsPLUS.com (also the host of news.baseBeans.com news groups suchs 
SOAP, JDO, SQL, Strtus, Jakarta, etc aka webPIM).

The app uses new Struts jars, with patches to do Validation and multi 
row validation. This is the latest possible ALL inclusive Struts jars 
with working validation patches. Muti row updates and master detail 
processing is typically on any Web App.)

The update is now fixed to automatically generate SQL update, insert, 
etc.  string based on rows and columns, using meta data. It is a good 
DAO practice.

As always it uses Struts Menu (navigation is the most often needed 
componetn) and Tiles (which demos how to use Layout), Options 
collection, MasterDetail, CRUD, etc. and most things needed to build a 
realistic webApp.
This is the only Struts DB or a full working Struts 1.1 post beta sample 
I know of.

It also includes the soft copy of the 9 month old FastTrack book which 
is no longer available. (I still own all the copyrights and you can't 
reproduce it or take it to Kinko's)

This is (not the latest, I have to make a $ somehow) version  I do my 
public training on (I have been booked solid for months doing Struts 
project recovery and mentoring, very cool) Next version will be private 
to http://www.basebeans.com:8081/mailman/listinfo/mvc-programmers
and include http://edhill.its.uiowa.edu/display/ and demo of the drop 
down Struts menu, and other cool thing. This same list is where you can 
keep track of upcoming classes, like the one in Europe in mid June. You 
mised a NY and LA class already.)

"Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will 
not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent. Genius 
will not; un-rewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; 
the world is full of educated derelicts."

Let me know if you have a question on a design I implemented or if you 
can't deploy it or have comments.

Vic


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