Pro Apache Struts with Ajax

Язык: Английский
Год публикации: 2006
Автор(ы): J.Carnell, R.Harrop
Страниц: 502

Краткое содержание
  • What We Do Wrong: Web Antipatterns Explained
  • Struts Fundamentals
  • Form Presentation and Validation with Struts
  • Managing Business Logic with Struts
  • Architecting the Data Access Tier with ObjectRelationalBridge
  • Building Flexible Front-Ends with the Tiles Framework
  • Dynamic Forms and the Struts Validator Framework
  • Speeding Struts Development with XDoclet
  • Logging and Debugging
  • Velocity Template Engine
  • Extending the Struts Framework
  • Struts and Ajax
  • APPENDIX A JavaEdge Setup and Installation
  • APPENDIX B Struts Development Tools
  • APPENDIX C Struts and Strecks
Средняя: 3.7 (1 vote)

Полное содержание
  • What We Do Wrong: Web Antipatterns Explained
    • What This Book Is About
    • What This Chapter Is About
    • Challenges of Web Application Development
      • Enterprise Services
      • Application Services
    • An Introduction to Patterns and Antipatterns
      • Web Application Antipatterns
      • Concern Slush
      • Tier Leakage
      • Hardwired
      • Validation Confusion
      • Tight-Skins
      • Data Madness
    • Antipatterns, JOS Frameworks, and Economics
      • The JavaEdge Application
      • Summary
  • Struts Fundamentals
    • The JavaEdge Application Architecture
      • The Design
      • Using Struts to Implement the MVC Pattern
      • Getting Started: The JavaEdge Source Tree
      • The Power of the Command Pattern
    • Constructing the Presentation Tier
      • The JavaEdge Home Page
      • Bean Tags
      • Logic Tags
      • Iteration Tags
      • Conditional Tags
      • Movement Tags
  • Form Presentation and Validation with Struts
    • Problems with Form Validation
    • Using Struts for Form Validation
    • Implementing Form Validation with Struts
      • The struts-config.xml File
      • Struts ActionForm Class
      • Prepopulating an ActionForm with Data
      • Another Technique for Prepopulation
      • Prepopulating a Form the Correct Way
      • Validating the Form Data
    • The Struts HTML Tag Library
      • Setting Up a Struts HTML Form
      • Using Text and TextArea Input Fields
      • Drop-Down Lists, Checkboxes, and Radio Buttons
      • Building More Dynamic ActionForms
      • ActionForms and Business Logic
    • Summary
  • Managing Business Logic with Struts
    • Business Logic Antipatterns and Struts
      • Concern Slush and Struts
      • Tier Leakage and Struts
      • Separating Business Logic from Struts
    • Implementing the Design Patterns
      • Implementing the Business Delegate Pattern
      • Implementing the Service Locator Pattern
      • The Service Locator Revisited
      • EJBs and Struts
    • Handling Exceptions in the Action Class
      • Exception Handling in Struts 1.0.x
      • Exception Handling in Struts 1.1 and Later
      • Rewriting the ApplicationException Class
      • Setting Up the struts-config.xml File
      • Writing a Custom ExceptionHandler
    • Summary
  • Architecting the Data Access Tier with ObjectRelationalBridge
    • Developing a Data Access Strategy
      • The JavaEdge Data Access Model
      • The JavaEdge Value Objects
      • Using an O/R Mapping Tool
      • Setting Up the Object/Relational Mappings
      • Which Sequence Manager to Use?
    • OJB in Action
      • Retrieving Data: A Simple Example
      • Retrieving Data: A More Complicated Example
      • Storing Data Using OJB
      • Deleting Data with OJB
    • Bringing It All Together
    • Summary
  • Building Flexible Front-Ends with the Tiles Framework
    • What Is the Tiles Framework?
    • Enabling Struts Version 1.1 to Use Tiles
      • Configuring the Tiles Plug-In
      • The tiles-defs.xml File
      • Adding the Tiles TLDs
      • Your First Tiles Template
    • What Are Tiles Definitions?
    • Tiles Definitions: A JSP-Based Approach
      • Overriding the Attribute Values in a Tiles Definition
      • Using Dummy Values in Your Tiles Definition
      • Disadvantages of JSP Tiles Definitions
      • Anatomy of the tiles-defs.xml File
      • Inheritance Using Tiles Definitions
      • Extending a Tiles Definition
      • Modifying the template.jsp File
      • Adding the New Definition to tiles-defs.xml
      • Modifying the .homePage Definition
    • Mapping Tiles Definitions to Action Forwards
    • Summary
  • Dynamic Forms and the Struts Validator Framework
    • Introducing Dynamic Forms
      • Defining the postStoryForm Struts Form Bean
      • Writing the Implementation
      • Some Thoughts About BeanUtils and the Preceding Code
    • The Jakarta Commons Validator Framework
      • Validator Framework Setup
      • Implementing the Required Fields Validation
      • The maxlength Validation Rule
    • Use the Validator Framework Within an ActionForm Class
      • Writing Your Own Validation Rules
      • Implementing the Vulgarity Rule
      • Adding the Vulgarity Rule to the validator-rules.xml File
      • Struts Validation and Potential Long-Term Consequences
      • Implementing the Vulgarity Rule in a Form
      • An ActionForm Without Java
      • When to Use the Validator Framework
    • Summary
  • Speeding Struts Development with XDoclet
    • Installing XDoclet
    • What Exactly Is XDoclet?
      • From XDoclet to Source, and All the Steps in Between
      • The Available XDoclet Tags
      • Anatomy of an XDoclet Tag
    • Integrating Ant and XDoclet
      • Using Merge Points
    • XDoclet and Struts
      • Declaring Struts Form Beans
      • Declaring Struts Actions
      • XDoclet and Java Inheritance
      • Declaring Application Exceptions
      • Building struts-config.xml Using <webdoclet..../>
      • XDoclets and the Validator Framework
      • Generating the Validator Tags from Ant
    • Summary
  • Logging and Debugging
    • Why Use Logging?
      • Log Message Levels
    • Simple Web Application Logging
      • Logging with ServletContext
      • Using Commons Logging
    • The Java 1.4 Logging API
      • Apache log4j
      • Using log4j with Commons Logging
      • Log Inheritance
      • Logging Performance
      • Logging Best Practices
      • JBoss and log4j
      • Integrating Logging into JavaEdge
      • Logging in the Web Tier
      • Debugging Struts Applications Using JBoss and Eclipse
      • Debugging the JavaEdge Application
      • Hot-Deploy
      • Debugging the Struts Framework
  • Velocity Template Engine
    • What Is a Template Engine?
    • Getting Started
      • Velocity and VelocityContext Classes
      • Velocity Template Language
      • Accessing Variables
      • Variable Values
      • JavaBean Properties
      • Arithmetic
      • Directives
      • Macros
      • Struts and Velocity
      • VelocityTools
    • Struts and Velocity
    • Best Practices for Velocity Use
      • Know When to Use #parse and When to Use #include
      • Use JavaBean Property Names
  • Extending the Struts Framework
    • Extending Action and ActionForm
      • Providing Common Services to Your Actions
      • Hooking into the Action Execution
    • Extending RequestProcessor
      • Building a RequestProcessor
      • Using RequestProcessor Instead of Filter
      • Verifying Host Access with RequestProcessor
    • Creating Configuration Beans
      • Building the JavaEdgeActionMapping
    • Revisiting RequestProcessor
    • Building a Plug-In
      • Newsletter Service Basics
      • NewsletterManager
      • NewsletterTask
      • NewsletterPlugIn
      • Configuring the Plug-In
    • Summary
  • Struts and Ajax
    • Ajax Dissected
      • Ajax on Google
      • Ajax on Yahoo
    • Where Should I Use Ajax?
      • Ajax and Web 2.0
      • Ajax and SOA
    • Ajax Internals
      • Ajax Request-Response Cycle
      • XMLHttpRequest Object
    • Ajax and Struts in Action
      • Cities.jsp
      • GetCitiesNamesAction
      • CitiesDAO
    • Summary
  • APPENDIX A JavaEdge Setup and Installation
    • Environment Setup
      • Installing MySQL
      • Installing JBoss
      • Installing Apache Ant
      • Obtaining the JavaEdge Code and Dependencies
      • Installing the JavaEdge Database
      • Building JavaEdge
      • Deploying JavaEdge
    • Summary
  • APPENDIX B Struts Development Tools
    • Eclipse
      • Eclipse Summary
      • Eclipse Next Step
    • NetBeans
      • JSP, HTML, XML, and DTD Editors
      • In-Process Tomcat Server
      • NetBeans Summary
      • NetBeans Next Step
    • IBM WebSphere
      • Creating a Struts Project
      • Managing Configuration
      • Creating Actions and ActionForms
      • Web Diagrams
      • WebSphere Summary
      • WebSphere Next Step
    • Borland JBuilder 2006
      • Web Projects
      • Configuration File Editor
      • JSP Editor
      • UML Designer
      • JavaDoc Preview
      • Action Designer
      • JBuilder Summary
      • JBuilder Next Step
    • Struts Console
      • Getting Started
      • Editing the Struts Configuration File
      • Editing Other Configuration Files
      • Struts Console Summary
      • Struts Console Next Step
    • Exadel Studio
      • Struts Projects
      • Configuration File Editors
      • XML Editor
      • JSP Editor
      • Web Flow Designer
      • Exadel Studio Summary
      • Exadel Studio Next Step
    • XDoclet
    • Apache JMeter
      • Getting Started
      • Features
      • Creating a Sample Test
      • JMeter Summary
      • JMeter Next Step
  • APPENDIX C Struts and Strecks
    • Using Strecks
      • @Controller and @ActionInterface
      • @NavigateForward
      • @BindSimple and @ValidateRequired
    • What You Can Do with Strecks
    • Is Strecks for Me?

Автор: Kosta (не зарегистрирован), дата: 16 июля, 2009 - 21:45

книга просто никакая. Не тратьте времени

Слово "Ajax" добавлено просто для привлечения внимания. Apress, казалось бы, серьезный издатель, а выпускает такую муру.

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