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From David Smith <d...@cornell.edu>
Subject Re: insight into model.do
Date Tue, 13 Feb 2007 20:57:31 GMT
Actually, model.do is really just an abstract path that can map to a
file or a servlet.  Take a look in the WEB-INF/web.xml file of the occa
webapp for the servlet mappings.  There should be a servlet there mapped
to *.do or model.do.  The class in that mapping is responsible for
handling the request.

--David

Steve Ingraham wrote:

>http://172.16.255.100:8080/occa/model.do;jsessionid=9212C2FF4620210C92B6
>2443EE97760A
> 
>I am looking for some information on how I can track down and read the
>particular code on a web page.  Above is an address to an intranet web
>page that our users use to input information into a database.  I
>understand that /occa is a directory on the server 172.16.255.100 but I
>cannot find where the specific script for this page is and how the data
>is passed onto the database.  In my limited understanding I thought
>there would be a file in the /occa directory named model.do but there is
>not.  So, is this a call up to run some other file or script?  My reason
>for asking about this is that I am basically trying to track down which
>field and table a particular field's data is passed to when a user
>inputs data on the web page.
> 
>I have talked with several of you guys in the past and you have been
>very helpful.  Although I have mentioned it before, I will say again
>that I am trying to manage a system that was developed by my predecessor
>and I have little to no information on how he developed this application
>or where it resides.  I am pretty much left with trying to reverse
>engineer what was done.  Is there a way I can track down how the user's
>data is captured and stored in the database?
> 
>Thanks in advance for your help,
>Steve
> 
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