Package com.interface21.web.servlet

Provides servlets that integrate with the application context infrastructure, and the core interfaces and classes for the Spring web MVC framework.

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Interface Summary
HandlerAdapter MVC framework SPI interface, allowing parameterization of core MVC workflow.
HandlerInterceptor Workflow interface that allows for customized handler execution chains.
HandlerMapping Interface to be implemented by objects that define a mapping between requests and handler objects.
LastModified Support last modified HTTP requests to facilitate content caching.
LocaleResolver Interface for web-based locale resolution strategies that allows for both locale resolution via the request and locale modification via request and response.
ThemeResolver Interface for web-based theme resolution strategies that allows for both theme resolution via the request and theme modification via request and response.
View MVC View for a web interaction.
ViewResolver  
 

Class Summary
DispatcherServlet Concrete front controller for use within the Interface21 MVC framework.
This class and the MVC approach it delivers is discussed in Chapter 12 of Expert One-On-One J2EE Design and Development by Rod Johnson (Wrox, 2002).
FrameworkServlet Base servlet for servlets within the Interface21 framework.
HandlerExecutionChain Handler execution chain, consisting of handler object and any preprocessing interceptors.
HttpServletBean Simple extension of javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet that treats its config parameters as bean properties.
ModelAndView Holder for both Model and View in our MVC framework.
ResourceServlet Simple servlet that can expose an internal resource, including a default URL if the specified resource is not found.
 

Package com.interface21.web.servlet Description

Provides servlets that integrate with the application context infrastructure, and the core interfaces and classes for the Spring web MVC framework.

This package and related packages are discussed in Chapters 12 and 13 of Expert One-On-One J2EE Design and Development by Rod Johnson (Wrox, 2002).



Rod Johnson and Spring contributors 2001-2003.