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From David Smith <>
Subject Re: [OT] RE: insight into
Date Wed, 14 Feb 2007 16:46:22 GMT
Sorry.... my bad.   I wrote that waaayyyy tooo early in the morning. 
You are looking for the class org.keel.clients.struts.ModelAction which
should be in the folder org/keel/clients/struts of your source code.

Since you've described yourself as a real newbie, you might find the
servlet spec as well as a good book on struts enlightening.  The servlet
spec located at the link below offers up a top level view of web
application architecture that Struts fits into.  A good Struts book can
get you into the specifics of the Struts framework and how it implements
the MVC (model-view-controller) architecture.


Steve Ingraham wrote:

>>David Smith wrote:
>>Looking at the source code for the class 
>>will get you to the entry point for handling the request.  
>>Depending on 
>>the size of the app and how well versed your predecessor was, 
>>this could 
>>be the whole back-end or it could call other classes to handle the 
>>database back-end.  Either way, this class is where to start looking 
>>when tracing back what's happening.
>Ok, I have been trying to locate the class file but am striking out.
>Can someone tell me where this "my.package.action.ModelAction" class
>would be located in a Jakarta Tomcat 5.5.9 build on a Redhat AS 3
>machine?  I have run the command "locate *.ModelAction*" with no return.
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